All Year Rings

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Whether a devoted Carnation in January or a pure Daisy in April, every month is associated with a birth flower, telling a wonderful story with a special meaning. Tithi Kutchamuch and Nutre Arayavanish, from studio TT:NT, created this amazing collection of twelve fold-out paper rings, resembling the birth flower for each calendar month.

Presented in a beautiful brown envelope, the flower-shaped rings are laser cut and embossed out of a single white paper, waiting for you to assemble one each month, for all year long.

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And it’s easy too… All you need to do is take them out and fold them together – Simply gorgeous!

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