I have long been inspired by the cyclical nature of the seasons, so the very first product I released — 2020 wildflower wall and desk calendars — honoured exactly that, with pages filled with botanical illustrations featuring some of my favourite petals and blooms associated with each month of the year. Now — well into 2021 — my stationery remains rooted in the natural world and the little joys of the winter, spring, summer, and fall. My 2021 harvest wall and desk calendars are filled with illustrations of monthly harvests, commemorating how the most abundant gardens stem from the smallest of seeds, and my postcards aim to tell spring's hopeful story, its pastel scenes, and cozy happenstances. As you send out a postcard to a loved one, or welcome a calendar into your (home) office space, I hope that this illustrated stationery helps you to cultivate a space of stillness, slow growth, and self-compassion; a portkey for finding kinship in the changing seasons, so you too can have grace with yourself as you plant seeds, grow roots, and cultivate your year. 


PS. everything you see here is eco-friendly and can be delivered free within Dundas, ON, picked up in Burlington, ON, or packaged up thoughtfully and shipped straight to your door!

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All of my illustrated paper products are created and packaged with sustainability at the forefront. My desk and wall calendars are printed by a Canadian (the most eco-friendly one in the country!) FSC certified and Green-e certified printer using post-consumer waste paper.

You can view the sustainability information for each individual product under the info section when you click on its product page, but no matter what paper good you're looking at, it is packaged without plastic, produced thoughtfully in a way that minimizes my environmental impact, and comes packaged up with a few notes made from 100% wildflower seed paper, which you can plant in 1/8 an inch of soil, water thoroughly, and place in a sunny spot to grow a bundle of flowers! I remain humble in the fact that I have so much room to improve, and am always looking for ways to evolve my practice.