Nostalgic (Not Chocolate) Gold Half Dollar Bag - GHDB

These plantable seed paper treasures will take you right back to the days of old. The gold mesh bag is similar to the stocking stuffers of yesteryear that we all remember fondly. Each bag is filled with six Seed Paper Half Dollars that grow real wildflowers! Each half dollar is handmade with thick gold seed paper and printed using eco friendly inks. Six seed paper coins are included in the gold mesh bag. Attached to the bag is a fully customizable 2.625" tag. Made from 100% recycled card-stock and printed with a full-color process.The Seed Paper Half Dollars are made to look like the popular chocolate coin gift pack, but are far more sustainable, healthy, and valuable for promoting, rewarding, and incentivizing. Pass them to clients and prospects as a thank you surprise. They won’t forget them, as they come flowering up each Spring. Seeded half dollars are handmade and printed in Boulder, CO on our thickest, most luxurious seed paper. 

Choose Your: Seed mix

Product Details
 2.625" circle, template recommended; Bleed: 0.125" | See Art Guidelines
Premium fully-plantable wildflower seed paper 
Printing: Full-color, water-based CMYK | See Printing Information
Custom Options: 
Seed mix | letterpress printing | cello
Turnaround time: 5-7 business days from art approval to ship date | Rush service available

GHDB Qt. 100 250 500 1000 2,500
1-sided each $3.03 $2.75 $2.48 $2.20 $1.93
2-sided each $3.63 $3.30 $2.97 $2.64 $2.31

All Pricing (A) • Set-Up: $35 (G) per printed side 


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Whether used for greeting cards, social stationery, or promotions, our all-natural seed paper makes its most meaningful impact when planted—the garden it grows can be enjoyed year after year, adding a little more beauty to our world.

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