Christmas is a great time to send a handwritten note. We send emails all year long, why not keep a classic tradition alive? Send a personal note to your loved ones so they know you're thinking of them. Especially your family and friends who are out of town that you won't see. It's a simple gesture that goes a long way. Let's face it, you're busy. If you're making time to write and send personal greetings, you want them to have maximum impact. Send a greeting card you can be proud of, one that gives back to the environment. Each of these cards are made from 100% recycled seed paper, therefore in addition to a personal greeting, everyone on your list will also receive a lovely gift of wildflowers too. Here are some suggestions for you that are both stylish and eco-friendly. New! Text Based and Geometric Plantable Holiday Greeting Cards These designs are great, they deliver a simple holiday greeting in fun and colorful designs. What a perfect alternative to sending a small gift, you're sending both a personal greeting and a gift of flowers in one. To learn more about any of these designs, simply click on the images above. Fun and Friendly Plantable Holiday Greeting Cards Perfect to send to all the kids in the family (big and small), these playful designs will capture the spirit of the holidays. Also a great idea if you're looking for something for the kid's teachers. To learn more about any of these designs, simply click on the images above. Nature Inspired Plantable Holiday Greeting Cards Share a classic winter scene with your friends and family with these elegant nature inspired designs. To learn more about any of these designs, simply click on the images above. These are just a few of the great designs, click here for more plantable Christmas cards. Now is also the perfect moment to download the christmas card planner and four other helpful Christmas planner pages that will get you organized for this holiday season. What was the best holiday greeting card you've ever received, what made it so special? We would love to hear about it, leave a comment or share your story with us on our Facebook page.