Cachepot and Ribbon Small Potted Plant Gift Box in Red & Ivory - 1 Each
Please note: Our small-sized cachepot is designed to hold a potted plant with a pot diameter up to 5.5" and a total height below 5".
Adorned with cheerful colors, eye-catching prints and patterns, and art from artist and museums around the world, Caspari gift bags elevate your present presentation through exceptional design and quality. Each is printed on durable, heavy-duty paper and features strong handles for carrying.
The details of our bags, however, are what truly make them special. Printed with high-quality inks, stamped in gold foil, adorned with die-cut ornament tags and applique elements, tied with a bow, finished in a high gloss, or given a matte finish, each bag is designed to be extraordinary and unique. Filled with personality, our gift bag assortment offers a design for any person, age, and occasion. Once your gift is bagged in a beautiful Caspari gift bag, you can finish it off with coordinating tissue paper, tags, enclosures, and adhesive labels.
- This uniquely shaped bag is designed to hold a potted plant
- High-quality printed on durable paper with a unique die-cut design
- One gift bag included
- Measures 15.25 cm wide, 12.75 cm deep, and 12 cm tall
- Pairs perfectly with coordinating tissue paper from Caspari
|Product Type:||Gift Bags|
|Collection Name:||Cachepot Gift Boxes|
|Quantity Included:||1 Each|
|Product Dimensions:||15.25 cm W x 12.75 cm D x 12 cm H|
|Artist or Collection:||Karen Kluglein|
|Artist or Collection Biography:||Karen Kluglein started her career in illustration after graduating from the School of Visual Arts. She freelanced for many major companies, primarily in food packaging, but worked on everything from magazine covers to a billboard. After seeing an American Society of Botanical Illustrators exhibit, she knew her work and style of painting would fit right in; after all, she had long been painting tomatoes, berries, and herbs for clients. In the years since, she has painted many botanicals, exhibited, taught botanical painting at the New York Botanical Garden and made tutorial DVDs.|