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by Jen Biederman on 11/20/2008
Eco-Holidays- Green Living Tip Brought to you by Ideal Bite
Do ecards and the Sunday comics an eco-holiday make?
No(el). Don't get us wrong - old copies of Bizarro make great wrapping paper, but if you occasionally need something a wee bit classier, try the stuff made from sustainable materials like recycled paper. Hol(l)y moly.
• (Tree) lots of styles to choose from. The variety of sustainable cards and wrap might surprise you.
• More wood for Yule logs. (OK, maybe not the best analogy...) If every American fam wrapped just three gifts in 100% recycled wrap, we'd save enough paper to cover 45,000 football fields.
• Bringing on the eco-cheer. Saying "Happy Hanukkah and Many More to Come" on a nonrecycled card is kind of ironic - choose prods that keep the planet green.