Modern Green Baby Announcements from Paper Culture

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Sure, tapping out an e-mail is the greenest way to trumpet your baby’s birth, but if you crave a more personal, tactile mode of communication, opt for recyclable paper announcements over glossy, landfill-clogging photo cards. (It’s hard to believe but not everyone wants to hang on to a picture of your moppet for all eternity.) Paper Culture does the planet one better — it prints its modern baby announcements on 100% post-consumer recycled, FSC-certified stock that has been created using wind power.

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In addition to offsetting its emissions through Carbonfund.org, Paper Culture also earmarks a portion of its profits to charity. With designs suited for boys or girls, singles or multiples, Paper Culture’s cards feature plenty of room for your baby’s picture — just in case anyone needs evidence of the cutest new kid in town.

+ Birth Announcements $1.49-$2.29 each

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One Response to “Modern Green Baby Announcements from Paper Culture”

  1. paperculture says:

    Thanks for the post. Also wanted to post a quick update. Today we launched Valentine’s Cards for Haiti where through Paper Culture Cares, we will donate 100% of all proceeds of our entire 2010 Valentine’s Day line to support Haiti Relief. Please join us in helping to spread the word for a worthy cause. http://www.paperculture.com

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