This April, we’re bringing you a spring bursting to life in your mailbox, no matter your local weather forecast claims.
Whether you hail from the pacific northwest (rain), the tropical southeast (it’s already summer), or the northeast (who knows what season it is? the weather certainly doesn’t), there’s no reason you shouldn’t enjoy florals everywhere, all the time, and in large quantities.
Remember that just like plants in winter: you’ve got to give yourself time to grow. Nothing ever happens instantly. Take this time to reflect on where you are, where you’d like to be, and accept how long it might take to get there.
- This Flora Forager Journal from Bridget Beth Collins brings a comprehensive explosion of springtime to your work desk, bedside table, or seat on your morning bus or train commute. Scribble across these gorgeous pages wherever you see fit!
- Send the prettiest thank yous, happy birthday to yous, I’m so sorry for yous, oh my god how could yous, and thinking of yous with these Bridgette Wildflower Cards from Fawnsberg boasting the best of upstate New York. Send a meadow with your thoughts, whatever form they take!
- And from the queen of florals herself: Anna Bond of Rifle Paper Co. uses her signature gouache paints to bring the topiary of Cuba to your kitchen table. Scribble your grocery lists, current crushes, or hopes and dreams on this Havana Notepad