Paper Culture Eco-Friendly Stationery Review
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Paper Culture Eco-Friendly Stationery Review

Paper Culture is a premium online stationery store where you can find a huge selection of invitations, announcements, and Thank You cards with exquisite and exclusive designs. Not only has the company attached great importance to product quality, they also care deeply about our planet. Every one of their cards is eco-friendly: made from FSC certified 100% post consumer recycled paper and Green Seal certified, elemental chlorine free paper generated by wind power. Paper Culture as a business is certified 100% CarbonFree.

I recently received some Paper Culture eco-friendly cards for review. The sample pack includes an assortment of announcements, invitations, and designer personal stationery with envelopes. I'm deeply impressed with the paper quality and the fact that everything from packaging to sample cover is seriously green. A personal touch can be added to each card through their convenient online tools.

Another unique feature that Paper Culture offers is FREE mail & message service. For just the cost of the stamp, you can have your cards sent directly to each recipient and include a unique personal message on the back of each card. After you choose the design and style, Paper Culture will take care of the rest, including addressing, stuffing and stamping your envelopes. That's a considerable time saver especially when you need to send out invitations and announcements in large quantities.

Besides being an environmentally responsible company, Paper Culture distinguishes itself by the chic, modern designs. I strongly recommend their birth announcements and birthday invitations for kids. They are all so cute! If you can't resist the temptation of beautiful stationery but care about the Mother Earth at the same time, Paper Culture would be the perfect place to shop.

Thanks to Momfluence and Paper Culture for this great review opportunity!

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Jayne said...

I like the having it mailed for me. Maybe I wouldn't constantly be apologizing for late cards.

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