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Eco Trends | Trends 2011 | Green Greeting Cards

11-02-2011 Eco Trend: Greetings gone green

 

Let’s be honest – it is very rare for people to keep the greeting cards they are given. Most people look at the pretty cover, read the funny slogan, smile at the message inside…then throw it in the

bin. Since greeting cards are such a disposable item, it makes sense to buy ones that are made from recycled paper. Here at Trendspotting, we’re very happy that recycling is getting sexy! Many card companies have jumped on the

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recycling bandwagon and are creating cards which are environmentally-friendly without compromising on the designs or quality. So, for the
next special occasion, buy a recycled card and give a present to your loved one as well as the environment!           

                 


Image source: http://tp-images-cdn.tp-global.net/product/15673/panel/1/color/01/paper/15/width/420/height/420/1.jpg

Content source:http://www.earthgreetings.com.au/, http://www.tinyprints.com/eco-friendly-collection.htm, http://www.redbubble.com/shop/recycled+greeting-cards

Related trends: ‘Pepper your house with paper’ , ‘All you need are portraits of love’

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