“Rudolph switches to compact fluorescent”. Made from 100% recycled paper and printed with vegetable ink. The inside message reads “wishing you a never ending supply of joy this Holiday”.
$2.50 at Zanisa
For the person on your list who has been a bit more nautghty than nice. This adorable robot card, made with a combination of recycled and reclaimed paper, opens up to reveal a lump of coal inside! This card was designed by Vancouver artist Kathryn Wright.
$4.00 at Katwright.ca
Make the penguin-lovers in your life happy with this adorable winter-themed holiday card featuring a penguin in the snow. Really, who doesn’t like penguins? This card is printed on recycled Pop-Tone French Paper.
$16.00 for 8 cards and envelopes at Magnolia Moonlight’s Etsy Shop
Anne Taintor’s images pair dry, sometimes sarcastic humor with images that are reminiscent of 1950’s advertising. They’re always good for a laugh, and Redstamp.com sells them printed on 100% recycled paper.
$16.00 for a set of 10 cards and 10 envelopes at Redstamp.com
I have no idea what this card means!! But, this card is made from 100% recycled paper made from 30% post-consumer waste, so it’s 100% guilt-free!
$3.00 each at Frantic Meerkat’s Etsy Shop
Not sure what type of “season’s greetings” you’re recipient prefers? Cover your bases with this non-denominational Christmas card. This card is hand-printed on 100% recycled paper.
$23.95 for 10 cards and 10 envelopes at Studio Daedre
Poor Frosty! Although you may feel bad for the snowman, you don’t have to feel for bad for the environment when you send this card from Two Piglets press. Two Piglets prints on recycled paper with soy ink, cleans all of their printing equipment with non-toxic vegetable oil, shreds scrap cards and uses them for packing material, and ships in boxes recycled from local stores and restaurants.