Plantable greeting cards by Green Planet Paper
Above all, the Green Planet Paper is a sustainable stationery brand. Hence, we are very happy to feature their products in our shop. Here, we have the plantable newborn card. All their products are completely plastic free and are also made in the UK with a low carbon footprint.
Plantable newborn card : It’s a boy
This plantable greeting card will surprise the person you give it too. Not only is it natural but also plantable. Imagine the flowers that grow once your card is planted. Like an extra gift that comes with your words. The gift of a newborn baby boy and some flowers that grow for him. Card features three balloons and says It’s a boy!
- Plantable newborn card
- A6 format
- Theme: newborn / it’s a boy
- All cards are slightly different and also unique
- Printed on a light cream seeded A 6 card
- Size 105 x 148 mm
- Blank inside therefore, room for your own message
- Comes with a recycled kraft envelope
- Grows British meadow style wildflowers and grass
- Supports bee’s
- No outer packaging
How to use the Plantable Buzzing To See You Card
Plant these cards and they will grow into a little meadow of wildflowers and grass native to the UK creating food for all the little bee’s out there. The back of the card reads “Plant me – Water me – Watch me grow. Together we will make our planet green”.
About Green Planet Paper
Maddy, the owner of it, works in the commercial stationery sector for almost ten years and loves the industry. However, she noticed how much plastic is used within this sector. Maddy, who is incredibly passionate about the environment, spotted a gap in the market.
She therefore created her own brand of sustainable stationary products: Green Planet Paper.
A fine choice is proud to have taken her environmentally friendly greeting cards on board. Furthermore, we are hoping to add more of her sustainable products in the future.
Green Planet Paper products are also fully sustainable and designed to both suit your stationery needs and give back to the world we live in.
Above all, the products are truly sustainable and produced in the UK where possible.