Pocket Flower Press
Pocket Flower Press is designed to be light for travel, functional for use in the wild, and pretty to look lovely on a shelf while you work to press your botanical specimens. Designed to be a keepsake for
Pocket Flower Press is designed to be light for travel, functional for use in the wild, and pretty to look lovely on a shelf while you work to press your botanical specimens. Designed to be a keepsake for generations if properly cared for, Pocket Flower Press is small enough to fit in your jacket pocket and perfect for those small delicate finds. Linen-covered, it includes reusable pressing cards made from 100% PCW recycled and acid-free card stock to best preserve your botanical specimens.
Pocket Flower Press has a gold foiled wildflower on the cover with a delicate patterned inside cover and includes two heavy bands, seven reusable pressing cards, and an instruction card.
- Heavyweight, reusable, acid-free boards with a neutral PH for preserving specimens
- Paper, Press Boards, + Packaging is FSC certified, 100% recycled
- The packaging is made with fibers made from 30% hemp and is manufactured using wind power
- Assembled by hand in Michigan
More to the Story
June & December was founded with an adventurous spirit and the idea that the most memorable gifts have a meaningful story to tell. Named after the months the founders' children were born, they believe they are storytellers at heart, and strive to have their products do the talking. Whether one of their goods remind you of a recent nature hike, a memorable dinner, a color on a cool spring day, or a fond childhood memory, we hope their stories connect with yours in a soulful way as we celebrate many of the shared moments that bring people together.
Pocket Flower Press area is 4”x 6 ”
Safety & Care
- This flower press is made from reclaimed, Michigan wood.
- When using this product please collect responsibly. Respect the environment and its offerings, leave no trace behind. Never trespass, know where you can and can’t take from nature. Know before you go and follow all local, state, and federal laws. Minimize what you collect as not to disturb a microhabitat.