Earth Day 2017 EcoSnailMail Recycled Stationery

By on 4-22-2017 in Blog Post

Earth Day 2017 EcoSnailMail Recycled Stationery
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Today for Earth Day 2017 we are looking at EcoSnailMail Recycled Stationery at Etsy. The image shown is the Typewriter Handmade Recycled Stationery.

In the spirit of recycling, I’m including the link to my post from last year for Earth Day 2016 – Go Green Seeded Postcards Set. It was a “look back at the 2011 USPS Go Green Seeded Postcards Set, Go Green Forever Commemorative stamps, and Go Green Family Activity Kit Stationery.”  

EcoSnailMail Recycled Stationery

Over at Etsy the EcoSnailMail offers recycled stationery. Shop owner Epiphany Acevedo shares in her Etsy Profile she started out by making stationery for friends and family during the holidays and so opened an Etsy shop in September 2015.

The  Typewriter Handmade Recycled Stationery is fun to see the re-purposed paper grocery bags for the envelopes.  The size of the card is 5.25″ x 4″. The set of 10 cards and envelopes is listed at $12.00.

The other set I really liked seeing is her Tea Lover Handmade Recycled Stationery. It looks to be a lot of fun for letter writing.  The set of 10 has the same pricing of $12.00.

When ordering you can select the primary color, in Assorted Bright Colors, Assorted Pastel Colors, White, or Cream.

Here’s to being creative with considering recycling options with our letter writing stationery selections – not just today but every day.  Happy Saturday!

Envelope and Card by EcoSnailMail Etsy Tea Lover Handmade Recycled Stationery

Image of Tea Lover Handmade Recycled Stationery by EcoSnailMail on Etsy.

Anchors Aweigh,  

Helen  


EcoSnailMail Recycled Stationery Attribution & Thank you to the following who are referenced today

Both images Typewriter Handmade Recycled Stationery and Tea Lover Handmade Recycled Stationery – from EcoSnailMail Etsy shop, Epiphany Acevedo, Shop Owner.

AnchoredScraps.com daily blog post: Earth Day 2016 – Go Green Seeded Postcards Set, April 22, 2016, by Helen Rittersporn.