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Dried flowers make a lovely center for this handmade paper greeting card created by artisans in Salay, Philippines. The primary raw material for this paper is cogon grass, a weed that interferes with local farming. Farmers had dealt with the problem by cutting and burning the grass. Now many are gathering the grass for paper production, which helps them to earn extra income from their land. The dried flowers are grown in artisans gardens.
Salay Handmade Products IndustriesSalay Handmade Paper, founded in 1987 as a civic organization, produces and markets handmade paper and handcrafted products with pressed flower designs. Read more.
a perfect valentine, with flowers included!
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