Add To Your WishlistChristmas Animals Wreath greetings card - Recycled and compostable

Add To Your WishlistChristmas Animals Wreath greetings card - Recycled and compostable

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  • Christmas Animal Wreath is part of our range of eco-friendly, recycled and compostable greetings cards. 

    Card details

    This card is printed on 350gsm sheets of uncoated card, giving it a high quality feel. It has been printed using environmentally friendly vegetable-basked inks. It comes with a brown kraft recycled envelope. Both are made from 100% recycled, unbleached material, meaning they can be fully recycled and are compostable. They come in a clear bio-degradable and compostable corn starch bag. 


    The card is blank inside for you to write your own message. 

    This card has been designed by UK artist Sophie Botsford, and is produced and printed in the UK. 

    Size

    This card measures 148mm square.


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    About Re-wrapped

    Re-wrapped was founded in 2011 and specialises in designing and producing a range of top quality wrapping paper and other products, made solely from 100% recycled paper.

    The idea for Re-wrapped started when they wanted some high quality recycled paper to wrap a few presents for friends and family and realised how hard it was to find.

    So, they decided to create some designs of their own, source some high quality recycled paper and find a printer who had the same environmental beliefs as them.

    And Re-wrapped was born!

    They produce 100% recycled unbleached paper and only use environmentally friendly vegetable-based inks, meaning that all their products can themselves be recycled.

    They are an ethical business and like to help and support the non-profit sector.  5% of their profits go to charity.