Stay in touch with Paper Culture! ~ Review

As much as some things change, many things at Paper Culture remain the same. You will always find that all of their unique, personalized stationery products are printed on luxurious 130lb, 100% post consumer recycled paper.

As part of every order placed, they plant a tree. 


Paper Culture has pledged to plant over 1,000,000 trees and are thrilled to announce that they are now more than 25 percent of the way towards their goal. As a paper company, that's particularly important. They also feature FREE services like Mail & Message where we will stamp, address and mail your cards on your behalf. You pay only the actual cost of the stamp. Come see why People, the Wall Street Journal, Martha Stewart, Real Simple and Daily Candy are talking about the Paper Culture difference.

I have a thing for paper. Take me to the scrap booking isle and I'll be entertained for hours.
I like to have a wide selection of cards and stationery on hand.  Although I don't write as often as I'd like to, the hand written letter is a little gem in today's tech world - an irreplaceable personal touch.


With modern, simple designs, you'll find exactly what you're looking for for baby shower, baby announcements, birthday, holiday cards, and other events. They even offer a selection of super cute wall art.

 Paper Culture's commitment to the environment is what sets them apart.
Thank you Paper Culture!
  • Our paper is FSC certified as 100% post consumer recycled paper (Note: FSC trademarks © 1996 Forest Stewardship Council A.C.)
  • Our paper is Green-e certified and/or Green Seal certified
  • Generated by wind power
  • Elemental chlorine free 
  • All envelopes and packaging made from recycled paper 
Now, there's even more to love - free custom backs & every card now includes the option!


So head over and kill two birds with one stone  - send high quality cards & stationary and help out the environment with Paper culture!

* no birds were injured in the making of this post :)

Disclosure: This review was a part of a campaign through Global Influence. I was compensated with product from Paper Culture to facilitate my review.

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