This card is the essence of my childhood growing up as a biracial hapa in Southern California. Our meals included Japanese rice on the side of everything. And though our cabinet shelves were filled with chawan bowls and our drawers with chopsticks, we always seemed to be running out of clean dishwater due to their frequent use.
This delightfully clever card plays on the age-old phrase, "You're sugar, spice and everything nice," but with a nostalgic Japanese twist in celebration of our childhood dietary staples: tofu, gohan, ocha, edamame, tsukemono and shoyu.
➵ DETAILS ➵
▻ Original, freehand ink and watercolor painting printed on 140 lb. cold press acid-free watercolor paper
▻ Packaged in biodegradable cello sleeve with protective chipboard backing
▻ Picture frame not included.
♻ Lacelit cards come with a recycled envelope, are packaged in plant-based biodegradable cello sleeves to reduce plastic waste, shipped in recycled and recyclable mailers, and accompanied by repurposed materials.
All designs, photography and graphics are copyright registered and may not be reproduced, altered, or used without written permission from the artist. © Kimberly K. Taylor-Pestell / Lacelit
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