Flower Card Care

Want to keep your flowers pretty? Here's some tips and instructions from our flower experts to care for your BloomThis flower cards.

Place your cards near your desk to remind you of your loved ones.

Penny Choo

Creative Director

1. Place in a cool & dry area

Place your flower cards in a cool and dry room or shaded area. Avoid direct air-conditioning, direct sunlight, extreme heat, dust and water. All of these conditions may make your dried flowers fade and brittle.

2. Keep it encased

Store and display your flower cards in the gift case that came with your product. Keeping it in the gift case will protect it from dust, dirt and water and ensure a longer life span.

3. Do not touch

Avoid touching or squeezing the dried flowers on your cards. An occasional soft touch or brush of the finger won't immediately spoil the flowers but wet or sweaty hands may leave stains. Also, rough handling of the flowers may cause petals or stems to droop or fall off.

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