‘West Indies’ Personalized Stationery Boxed Set/25 Cards (Banana Leaves)


In this age of texting & emojis, be that friend who takes the time to send a hand-written note– And do it with sophistication on these pretty, personalized cards! The front of each card features your name & corner embellishments. The back of the card is an art piece featuring Banana Leaves. The beautifully packaged set also makes a special gift since it arrives in a wooden, branded box, tied with grosgrain ribbon; a true keepsake. Original watercolor designs are by NC artist Jessica Yelverton.

How to order:

  1. After choosing your Pattern, pick your Font from the drop-down menu (options shown in Image Gallery) & Add to Cart.
  2. In the Order Notes (under your shipping address at Checkout) indicate what name you would like printed on the cards & anything else you’d like me to know about the order (if it’s a gift & you want a note from yourself included, etc)
  3. Receive your personalized cards in about a week & write lovely notes to all your friends & family!

***If you have any questions or are unsure of the ordering process just send me a message through the site or at hi@highbrowhippie.net & I’ll walk you through***

What’s included:

-25 flat cards, double-sided print, size 4.5″x5″ (My amazing printer typically throws in 5 extra cards so you’ll likely receive a total of 30 but I can’t guarantee it. If they do, I’ll be sure to match the envelope & liner quantities.)

-25 aquamarine envelope liners which can also be used for additional writing

-25 white envelopes

-Wooden box with HighBrow Hippie branding on lid, tied with ribbon



With bold charcoal outlines, a crisp white background and the clearest greens & yellows, the West Indies print feels like the bright edge of the Caribbean jungle.

In 1951 my Oma & Opa arrived in St. Lucia
as missionaries. My mother, their youngest, was two. I never knew my grandparents as missionaries; they lived in North Carolina by the time I was born. I just knew they were the best grandparents in the world and some of my absolute favorite people. I probably spent a weird amount of time with them as a child. Given the choice between Oma & Opa’s and just about anything else, I chose Oma and Opa’s. We cooked together, gardened, played the piano, went to the grocery store & watched lots of I Love Lucy- nothing super exciting, just the things children do with their elderly grandparents.
As the years passed, Oma’s memory faded along with Opa’s hearing and sight. Roles shifted & I drove them to the grocery store then cooked while Oma watched. I still spent a weird amount of time with them and they were still some of my favorite people, so not
much had changed.
During those later years I began to reinterpret their black & white photos of St. Lucia in bright watercolors & discovered a love for painting tropical foliage.
Oma and Opa had both passed away by the time I got married. I’d never been to St. Lucia but had seen and painted photos of the church Opa & the St. Lucian men built during their early years on the island. It was where I wanted to get married, & happily, everyone else was very much on board with this plan. It was the next best thing to having Oma & Opa at my wedding.
You’ve probably seen the iconic banana leaf wallpaper patterns from the 1940’s all over magazine covers & Pinterest lately. They’re absolutely stunning &, although my inspiration is almost as old, it runs a bit deeper than the simple resurgence of a Beverly Hills design trend. West Indies is Oma & Opa.

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