Acorn Designs has been in the eco-friendly paper goods biz since 1981. The company's extensive note card line revolves around animals, birds, and plants and is printed either on post-consumer recycled paper or a blend of tree-free kenaf and recycled paper fibers.
Made from 100 percent post-consumer paper, soy-based inks, and organic pigments, these greeting and holiday cards contain a robust mix of seed species that will grow in all regions of the US when planted.
This family-run business in the Washington DC area has greeting cards for any occasion. The cards, envelopes, and packaging are made of 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper primarily from used and recycled copy and computer paper.
Green Field Paper has been making recycled paper goods since 1992. The company's Grow-A-Notes greeting cards and holiday cards are handmade with 100 percent post-consumer waste and embedded with wildflower seeds.
There's nothing sappy about the sentiments expressed in these fresh, off-kilter cards. This small card company prints its designs on 100 percent post-consumer recycled cardstock that's chlorine-free. Vegetable-based inks are also used.
Wide range of 100 percent tree-free cards made from sustainably-harvested sources such as kenaf, sugar cane, and bamboo. You'll find holiday cards and their Classic Series includes wild birds and garden, western lifestyle, fairy world, and coastal themes.
Each time you send a card from truly eco-friendly E-Cards, a donation is made to the World Wildlife Fund. The cards can be used to mark both run-of-the-mill events, such as birthdays and anniversaries, to more obscure holidays like Autumnal Equinox.
Find an Egreeting for any occasion—from a quick "how you doin'?" to one of the three G's (graduation, get well, and good luck)—at this comprehensive site. Add an extra element of pizazz to the recipient's inbox with cards featuring flash and animation.