Looking for something a bit different to send this year? Why not consider an attractive holiday greeting that is also earth friendly! Recycled greeting cards may be the perfect answer. Recycled greetings have come a long way. It is almost
Today is May 1, also known as May Day. This day holds special meaning in various parts of the world. In the U.S., tradition calls for dancing around a maypole tied with colorful ribbons and surprising people by leaving flowers
Last week was Earth Day and everyone was all abuzz about doing things to help save our planet. How about this week? Are you still a particpant? CardsDirect was featured on a New York city television newscast on the subject.
Earth Day is April 22 and CardsDirect has created a program encouraging school children to do their part to save our Earth. CardsDirect has provided exclusively designed Earth Day Cards to participating schools so that they can take action to
I just love receiving holiday cards each year but what do you do with them when the decorations come down? Here are some suggestions: Recycle Cut them up to use them as gift tags or package decorations next year. Or,
Good news! The 2008 CardsDirect Holiday Greeting Catalog is in the mail and you should be receiving your copy soon! And, we offer a special promotional discount with savings up to 40% on orders before December 1. Inside the 32
Everyone is talking green these days. From driving less to carrying your own canvas bags to the grocery store, just about everyone is at least thinking about ways to help our environment. With an interest in preserving the tradition of
Dear Ms. Cards Etiquette, Every one talks about how good it is to recycle paper, but really, how is recycled paper made? Science Kid at Heart That’s a great question, Kid. And, Ms. Cards Etiquette had to do a little
Many people, when they think of “recycled cards” think of cards that have a brown paper stock ‘industrial cardoboard box’ look to them. Well, not anymore. The technology for making paper from post consumer recycled paper has really taken off.