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June 05, 2019
They've arrived! Four new greeting card designs made from 100% recycled paper and envelopes are now available. Click here to check them out.
Being environmentally-friendly is very important and this is just one small way to make an impact. Also, these are the first non-holiday greeting cards I've designs, so that's pretty exciting too!
I'm researching paper and envelope options to allow me to print greeting cards myself. One great thing about print-on-demand is there is less waste. Only produce what is needed at the time, instead of stock piling extras that may end up going to waste. It's another small way to be eco-conscious.
Greeting cards are printed by a vendor in Pelham, AL. Designed and shipped by Lisa Blake Designs LLC.
Dimensions: A7 (5” x 7”)
Materials: 100% recycled Mohawk paper and kraft envelopes
While we have made efforts to display the colors and styles of our products as accurately as possible, we cannot guarantee that your screen’s display of any color or style will be accurate.
Sales tax will be charged if applicable. Satisfaction Guaranteed with our 30-day return policy.
Greeting Cards take up to 2 business days to produce.
Orders ship with USPS first class or priority mail (depending on package size) with tracking.
Shipping costs are calculated based on your total order amount:
Order Total Shipping Cost
Up to $10 $1
$10.01 - $29 $5
$29.01 - $50 $7
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"A bright and colorful way to spread some cheer for that special person's birthday. I wanted this card design to feel like a fun party." ~Lisa Blake
Feel good about sending your loved one’s messages from your heart with greeting cards made from 100% recycled paper and envelopes.
"Moody Roses is one of my favorites. The inspiration came from a fabric design challenge for Moody Florals. I took some of my flower photography and created digital paintings from them. I took those images and created a repeat pattern changing the colors to create a moody vibe. I loved the end result and thought it would also look great on greeting cards. I revamped the design and it turned into a Happy Birthday card." ~Lisa Blake