Bamboo Letterpress Paper Note Cards-Ducky

Bamboo Letterpress Paper Note Cards-Ducky
Item# SMK100
Regular price: $14.50
Sale price: $13.50

Product Details

Yes, even writin' on bamboo paper!

You'll be writin' in high bamboo style on these elegant letterpress bamboo paper and eco friendly cards and note cards from Smock on sustainably printed on bamboo paper in upstate New York! The first and only print shop in the U.S. to offer printing on a luxury bamboo paper, Smock paper is sustainably letterpressed on eco friendly cards and bamboo paper and packaged in a clear sleeve that is petroleum-free, tree-free, and certified biodegradable by the Biodegradable Products Institute.

They are serious about being a truly green letterpress print shop, and are powered by wind energy! They donate 1% of sales to environmental causes through 1% for the Planet, and their retail packaging is tree-free, petroleum free, and certified biodegradable. For their employees, they subsidize 20-week Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) memberships with a local organic farm. We love carrying these wonderful note cards and supporting this eco-friendly and socially responsible company!

Eco-Note:The bamboo for Smocks bamboo paper is harvested in Thailand without use of pesticides or fertilizer, and is not genetically modified. The bamboo is supplied by local farmers and is not harvested from areas where traditional or civil rights are violated, nor does it come from natural forests that have been converted to plantations. The paper is processed in Germany.

Includes: Set of 6 Ducky bamboo paper eco friendly cards with lined envelopes.

Size: 3.31 inches x 5.44 inches

Package: Clear sleeve that is petroleum free.

Historic Note: They developed this bamboo paper with the help of a historic European paper mill, because we wanted a truly sustainable paper that happened to be gorgeous Invented in the 1400's by a German printer named Gutenberg, letterpress is the oldest printing process on the planet. Letterpress began as printing for the masses; it was how people used to communicate with each other. It was how people once printed their books, their broadsides, their manuals, their pamphlets, their newspapers.