Tori Leigh Stationery is proud and honored to partner with The Storehouse of Collin County to bring you these beautiful thank you notecards commemorating the Storehouse of Collin Collin County's logo and mission.
Inspired by The Storehouse and its mission to "feed, clothe, and care as neighbors in one community," the watercolor design features the Storehouse logo ornamented with a floral design. Like the succulents in the art, our love for our neighbors grows stronger every day as we serve one another.
Printed on 100% post consumer recycled paper and packaged by hand in Austin, Texas - these notecards featuring a beautiful watercolor paintings of the Storehouse logo by Taylor Jayne Studio make the perfect gift, or the perfect staple for your own stationery box!
Questions? Please feel free to reach out here and we're happy to help!
⌘ SPECIFICATIONS ⌘
• Qty: Each pack comes with 16 flat cards (not traditional folded) + 16 envelopes
• Size: A2 size - 4.25" x 5.5"
• Digital printing
• 110 lb. heavy 100% post consumer recycled paper
• Packaged by hand in kraft paper stationery boxes
⌘ SHIPPING ⌘
Our merchandise typically ships within 1-2 weeks and usually arrives within a week. PLEASE contact us if you have a tight timeline, to make sure we can accommodate!
⌘ SUSTAINABILITY ⌘
Not only are these cards beautiful and high quality, but they're also the most sustainable option available. How? Tori Leigh Stationery is a carbon neutral company, and all of our stationery and packaging is made with 100% post consumer recycled paper. Additionally, the design of the flat card reduces unnecessary paper waste. Click here to learn more about our sustainable practices.
⌘ PHILANTHROPY ⌘
Typically Tori Leigh Stationery donates 5% of all sales to charity, but for these special cards we're doubling it: 10% of all sales of these cards will go directly to the Storehouse of Collin County to feed, clothe, and care for our neighbors. Each package provides six meals!
*Just want to reiterate one last time that these are flat notecards, not folded. This is to be more sustainable and save paper!