Spring Trend: Floral Prints

Butterflies, blossoms, and bright hues. Everything’s coming up roses as the daylight lengthens and the weather warms.

At PAPYRUS we’ve done a little spring cleaning too, bringing you brand-new florals, colors, and designs for every occasion. Check out a few of our freshly picked favorites for spring. We love these cards and stationery options for their fun florals and thoughtful attention to detail.

Shades of Blue … And Pink


Give her a beautifully designed birthday card with the blue butterfly lighting on a flower branch. Wish her a thoughtful birthday and make her all fluttery inside with the delicate hand-done quilling that complements the card’s colors.

Everyday Gratitude

A pineapple symbolizes warm welcomes. Show your appreciation to that someone special with exquisite pink blooms brimming from the base of a gilded pineapple. This quilled card, accented with foil and glitter, is part of our Bird & Quill collection, and makes for a lovely way to express your gratitude.

All Good Things Are Wild & Free

Select a box of Rifle Paper Co.’s Lively Floral Assorted Boxed Notes. Adorned with hand-painted florals and botanicals set against black, peach, periwinkle, or orange backgrounds, the notes are designed to brighten someone’s day.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Looking for flora-inspired invitations and save the dates? Choose from PAPYRUS custom spring floral ribbon designs with retro-style flower illustrations in a cheery color palette.

Pretty Pink Peonies

Stunning peonies bring these assorted note cards to life. Send your thank you’s, your hellos, and I love you’s with these frame-worthy works of art.

Petal Power   

Add sweet hints of spring to all your correspondence with these beautiful writing sheets. Petals are pressed right into the handmade paper from Paper Destiny.

Tongue-in-Chic Greetings

When you’re over it, you’re over it. Share your annoyance and make your bestie smile with the C’est La Freaking Vie card from our Bird & Quill collection. And say “screw it” in “Franglais” with pink glittery letters.

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