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Wild Lupine and Karner's Blue Butterfly Sticker

Wild Lupine and Karner's Blue Butterfly Sticker

Wander & Gather
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Wander & Gather's waterproof stickers feature illustrations of the natural world, drawn in pen and watercolor by artist Maia Hausler.

These heavy-duty stickers are very long lasting, and can be used outdoors and in a variety of locations such as water bottles, cars, and coolers. They are printed on durable vinyl and have a paper backing. 

This sticker features endangered Karner's blue butterflies (Lycaeides melissa samuelis) on a wild lupine flower (Lupinus perennis). The Karner's blue butterfly is native to the Great Lakes Region and a few small locations in eastern North America.


Sustainability note While made of plastic, our stickers are incredibly durable and intended for long-term use, reducing the amount of plastic ending up in landfills. Sticker are shipped with no individual packaging, in reused or sustainable shipping materials.

Made in the Great Lakes Region, USA 


About Wander & Gather

Maia Hausler is a visual artist and illustrator based in Leelanau County Michigan, constantly voted one of the most beautiful places in America.

Born and raised in Michigan, the Great Lakes State, Maia’s work is inspired by the natural beauty of her home state and by her world travels. Her vibrant watercolor and gouache illustrations are close studies of the natural world, with a particular emphasis on native Michigan plants and animals.

Maia received her AAS in Photographic Imaging from Lansing Community College and then continued her studies at Western Michigan University where earned both a BA in Fine Art and Environmental Studies. Maia continued her studies at the Marchutz School of Art in Aix-en-Provence, France, and received a certificate in Natural History Illustration from the University of Newcastle, Australia.

Maia’s work can be found in galleries and shops across Michigan under her brand Wander & Gather, founded in 2015. She also teaches watercolor and botanical painting workshops throughout the state.