PLASTIC-FREE CHRISTMAS CARDS: Are Chrismas cards bad for the environment? Not if they are greeting cards made with 100% recycled paper like these ones!
SEED PAPER GREETING CARDS: We all love receiving Christmas greeting card, but what if we could grow flowers with them too? The paper of these cards is embedded with seeds, so the whole card can be planted and turn into beautiful wildflowers or herbs!
HAND-MADE IN 5 BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS: Available in individual cards, or in a pack of 5 cards in mixed designs, to wish a green Christmas to the people you love the most!
ADD THIS TO YOUR CHRISTMAS EARTHBITS GIFT SET: Do you want us to send a gift to someone you love? Add one of these beautiful cards to our plastic-free wrapping options, and we will write a handwritten message to send directly to your loved ones!
- Plantable Christmas Greeting Cards
- Available in: individual card / pack of 5 cards, mixed prints
- 100% recycled paper, embedded with seeds
- Contains seeds of wildflowers and herbs
- Each card comes with a brown envelope
- Pack of 5 is wrapped in a compostable and biodegradable sleeve made of vegetable starch.
HOW TO USE
- Place the gifted card in a pot with compost
- Water well and often to keep the paper moist at all times.
- Do not let the paper dry out as this will reduce the chance of growth
- Keep it somewhere light and warm (a window ledge is a great place, especially if exposed to sun rays)
- Once the seeds start are large enough, transfer to a bigger pot or plant in the garden.
Vida Natural Plantable Christmas Cards come in bags that are 100% compostable and biodegradable, as they are made with vegetable starch
All EarthBits packaging is 100% plastic-free and recyclable, using recycled or reused cardboard boxes, recycled/recycling paper and recyclable tape. Please re-use your packaged box should you need to send something else to a friend, family or for your business, or as a storage box in the house. Upcycling is one of our favourite zero-waste habits here at EarthBits!
MEET VIDA NATURA
After watching some extremely disturbing documentaries on the devastating effect plastic has on the environment, Sally, the founder of Vida Natura, found herself wondering how she could help.
One of the reasons behind her desire to start her own sustainable business was the realisation that it is really hard to find information about waste and practices used to make products before they get to the consumer, so she created a company that is not only zero-waste and sustainable in the ingredients and final packaging choices but also in every step of the production chain.