A Postcard that Turns into a Living Garden

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Aw, now this is a very cute gift idea for those people you know who either have everything or who want nothing, as well as for your co-workers and others whom you may not know well, but whom you wish to honor in some way: give them a postcard that turns into a living garden! All they have to do is add water!

Combining gift and greeting card, Postcarden is a fun and simple pop-out card that transforms into a mini living garden.

NOTE: I am not paid anything to show this to you (and I doubt the business will even know I linked this video), but I think this is such a cute idea that I had to share.

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