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Green Field Paper Company Review

The 40th Anniversary of Earth Day is just around the corner. To honor the special occasion, Green Field Paper Company, which makes eco-friendly paper, recently threw a one-of-a-kind party that had guests shredding their own junk mail to create Green Field Paper’s new line of 100% Junk Mail “Recycle Earth” collection of greeting cards!

Save The Trees

Handmade with recycled junk mail, the Recycle Earth card collection will definitely help the 100 million trees the U.S. Forest Service estimates die at the hands of American junk mail production each year. The cards come in many different designs – check out the Earth Birthday Card:

Green Field Paper CompanyEarth Birthday Card

Grow A Note

Green Field Paper’s Grow-a-Note line is made from something called seed-embedded paper that you can actually plant in your garden and grow into colorful wildflowers!

Green Field Paper CompanyGrow-a-Note

Video: Handmade Tree-Free Paper @ Green Field Paper Company

Get It Now!

Learn more about the 100% Junk Mail and Grow-A-Note greeting cards at www.greenfieldpaper.com.

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