Paper Gardeners Society - Summer Postcards
Paper Gardeners Society members have been busy cultivating some exquisite specimens and emailing us photos. We noticed that many of the entries we received over the winter and spring were being grown under glass, perhaps in response to this year’s unusually cold weather.
This season we’ve selected three images to turn into postcards. Pictured (from the top) are works from Stephanie Redlinger of Sunnyvale, California, Deanna Toloudis of Auburn, Washington, and Netty Boblak from right here in Berkeley. Congratulations go to all of them, and thanks go to all the fine PGS members who sent us their creations or tagged them #papergardenerssociety on social media.
How Does Your Garden Grow?
We’ve been receiving entries for our fall postcards for a month or so now. Add yours to the mix! If we select your photo to share and turn into postcards, you’ll be rewarded with a PGS gift pack and a $50 gift card to spend on classes and merchandise at Castle in the Air. Read the complete details here.
Exhibit Your Work Online
Use Paper Gardeners Society hashtags when you share your work on social media. #papergardenerssociety #pgscastle
Sharpen Your Skills
Take a class at Castle in the Air or try a tutorial on our YouTube channel. Find links to our class listings and videos at our website.
Show your crafting pride with official PGS gear including badges, patches, hoodies, and totes! Browse the entire selection online.
Send Us Your Artwork
Email a photo of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org (a 5" by 7" jpg at 300 dpi is best). We will pick a few each season to turn into PGS postcards. If we use yours, we'll mail you a PGS gift pack including postcards and a $50 gift certificate good for merchandise and classes.
Photos should be at least 5x7 inches and 300 dpi or higher. By sending your work you agree that Castle in the Air and the Paper Gardeners Society may use it to promote paper flower crafts around the world. Thank you!
"It is by believing in roses that you make them bloom." —Anatole France