Huffington Post chooses Botanical PaperWorks for eco-holiday cards

The holiday season poses a dilemma for some eco-enthusiasts: to send or not to send those holiday greeting cards? While mail that isn’t a bill is always welcome in the mailbox, the holiday season has a huge environmental impact, including a spike in greenhouse gases, more waste to landfills, and huge paper waste from greeting cards and wrapping paper.

Huffington Post features Botanical PaperWorks

Jennifer Grayson of the Huffington Post has some eco solutions to this conundrum: including sending plantable holiday cards from Botanical PaperWorks! As Jennifer states it:

Want to spread some green with that holiday cheer? Botanical PaperWorks plantable cards are made from post-consumer waste and embedded with wildflower seeds.

To sweeten the deal even further, if you buy $75 or more of our holiday sets – or any of our products for that matter – before December 10 you’ll receive FREE standard shipping on your retail order to Canada and the United States. Just use the code “FestiveFreight2010” in the Special Instructions box upon web checkout.


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