Show your family and friends who have “green” hearts how much you love them—and the earth—with these sustainable sweet cards:
1. We love these eco-friendly plantable (!!) cards. Printed on paper embedded with seeds, Botanical PaperWorks’s cards bloom into wildflowers when potted and watered. If that wasn’t reason enough to gift them, your recipient will appreciate that they’re made with post-consumer materials and feature cheeky puns like, “I love you berry much,” “You’re the apple of my eye,” and “We make a perfect pear.”
2. Your loved one will be over the moon for Style Me Green Studio’s card handmade from recycled paper. Order by today for Valentine’s Day delivery.
3. Are you and your BFF a famous pair like peanut butter and jelly? Then she’ll get a kick out of this happy dappy bits Valentine’s Day card crafted from recycled card stock and eco-friendly packaging.
4. Get inspired and write your own sweet message in this handmade card from Wiley Valentine. And don’t forget to seal the envelope made from recycled paper with “Hugs & Kisses.”
6. You can’t go adrift by giving the nautical lover in your life this “You Float My Boat” Valentine’s Day card made by paper wren with recycled card stock.
7. No need to fear DIYs with this customizable Valentine’s Day card kit from Bailey Doesn’t Bark. You can write (and re-write) your special message on the card’s chalkboard-like surface that’s printed on recycled paper with soy-based ink.
8. Printed on 100% recycled paper with a 100% recycled envelope, Paper Culture’s “Be Mine” Valentine’s Day card will win you a sweet fishy face kiss because the company plants a tree with every order.
9. A “Hearts of Love” card from Paperworks Studio, a Goodwill Industries of Northern Michigan program that gives disabled and disadvantaged artisans valuable life and work skills, is uniquely handmade from recycled materials. Available in four designs.
10. Send your loving message in a fun way with these 100% recycled Valentine paper airplanes from Pear Tree Greetings. Made for kids, but adults could definitely have fun with this twist on air mail!
Tell us, have you found any eco-friendly Valentine’s Day cards? Share the images or links in the comments!