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quote by dr. elizabeth blackwell typed on a 1931 remington noiseless typewriter. made on 100% post-consumer waste paper, paired with a real pressed flower, and mounted on sanded birch wood. this wall décor is one-of-a-kind, handmade with care and precision, and completely customizable.
🌱please allow 2 business days between the time of order and its shipment 🌱can be hung with cotton thread or not 🌱when hung, this piece makes a great addition to the wall of any room. when not hung, it can be displayed beautifully on a bookshelf, windowsill, dresser, and more 🌱all pieces are made to order by hand. there may be slight variations between the product photo and the product you receive 🌱wood is 5.5 inches by 6 inches
🌱if you'd like a different pressed flower, please choose "custom option" when checking out. I will message you to inquire about your preferences and create a piece that is handmade just for you 🌱if you're interested in a completely customized piece, please message me and I will work closely with you to make something you love
ABOUT THE WRITER
a british physician born in 1910, dr. elizabeth blackwell is famous for being the first ever woman to receive a medical degree in the united states. she was a moral reformer and an advocate for women's education in medicine. she played a significant role in organizing nurses during the american civil war and founded the new york infirmary for women and children with her sister in 1857.
🌱for best results, keep pieces out of direct sunlight so that flowers maintain their vibrant colors 🌱if moving the piece, I advise securely wrapping in order to protect the flower and paper