Eco-Friendly Holiday Cards and Invitations with Paper Culture

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Eco-Friendly Photo Cards

You may remember a few weeks ago that I shared our holiday photo outtakes.  I waited too late last year and didn’t get our holiday cards out until New Years.  This year I am WAY ahead of the game and I already have them in hand and ready to send.

This year I ordered our holiday cards from Paper Culture.  I love using Paper Culture since they are a very green and eco-friendly company.  100% of their cards and envelopes are printed on post-consumer recycled paper and they plant a tree in your honor with every order.  Even their packaging is recycled.  Recycled doesn’t mean cheap though – the card stock that Paper Culture uses is thicker than what you can find at their competitors (130lb paper).

In addition to holiday cards Paper Culture also has invitations, announcements, stationary, and bamboo wall art.  Most of their products have the option to add your own photos to create a truly unique and personalized experience.  One of the best features of Paper Culture is their Mail & Message service where they will actually address and mail your cards for you.  Talk about a time saver for busy moms.

What kind of holiday cards do you send?  Are they eco-friendly?

Disclaimer: Our holiday cards were provided to use compliments of Paper Culture through a Global Influence campaign. 
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