Eco-Friendly Greeting Cards

Below are the 15 entries that merited honorable mentions. Visit the finalists page to read the entries submitted by the 5 Write-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship Contest finalists. Greetings Mr. Obama, from Ocean City, New Jersey! Today, April 22, 2009, I woke up and put on my “Threads for Thought” t-shirt. I changed my Facebook status to, “Happy […]

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Congratulations to Dominique Pankey of Appomattox, Virginia! She is the winner of the The Gallery Collection’s 1st Annual Write-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship Contest and will experience the adventure of a lifetime by joining the “Foxtrot” fleet for Sail Caribbean’s marine-based environmental service program in the Caribbean. Below is the message that Dominique wrote to President Obama: Dear […]

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Spread Some Joy with Holiday Card Design 086CS

by Henry L. on July 16, 2008

GalleryCollection.com has recently introduced a new design to our already extensive Christmas cards line-up – 086CS Frosted Merry Christmas Die-Cut Holiday Card. It is the sixteenth addition to our ever popular Die-Cut Christmas Cards line extension. The friendly card design is sure to put a smile on any recipient’s face. It features nine giddy snowmen […]

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I recently ran a search on the internet for greeting cards and came across an interesting result. I found a company that makes windpower cards. All of a sudden it hit me: if a greeting card company could produce greeting cards using windpower technology, why can’t I do more for the environment? After having this […]

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The older I get, the guiltier I feel about my irresponsible ways. I’ve spent most of my twenties trying to make a dent in the credit card debt I racked up in college. I’ve spent the past few months kicking myself for all of the detrimental behavior I’ve displayed towards the environment. I’m wondering why […]

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I love that little green triangle of arrows I see when I’m shopping for greeting cards. Sometimes it’s printed on the back of greeting cards, sometimes tucked discreetly inside. The symbol makes the birthday cards, thank you cards or holiday cards I just fell in love with even more of a prized purchase. The rate […]

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Business Greeting Cards: Harnessing Windpower

by Henry L. on March 4, 2008

Using windpower to produce business greeting cards adds another facet to the eco-friendly movement. Recycling paper isn’t the only way to manufacture green greeting cards.

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Can you be green and wish people a Merry Christmas at the same time? You bet! Take a moment to consider the environmentally-friendly options when sending Christmas cards.

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Eco-friendly Ideas for Christmas Cards

by Henry L. on November 27, 2007

The desire to be “green” can inspire your creativity during the Christmas season. Here are some ways to be eco-friendly when choosing and reusing your Christmas cards.

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Most of us are aware of the benefits of recycling, but there are other ways to be eco-friendly. By capturing the power of wind, we can manufacture items using clean energy instead of fossil fuels. Feel the breeze!

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