Decorating the front of this eco-friendly greeting card is an oak tree accompanied by a snippet of nature writing, a fantastic card to bring a touch of nature into someone’s day.
Oak trees are common trees throughout the pastoral valleys of the Lake District, England’s largest national park, where they grace us with their extraordinary elegance and grandeur.
The oak tree that graces the front of this nature writing greeting card stands proudly in the Patterdale Valley, close to Lake Ullswater, in the Lake District National Park.
The snippet of nature writing that accompanies the oak tree on the front of this eco-friendly greeting card is an extract from ‘A Trio of Swallows‘ and says the following:
“I meander through the oaks, noticing how their boughs reach out far and wide and how their trunks are green and velvety. There is something majestic about these ancient beings. They exude an invisible vibe that draws reverence from my soul.”
In an effort to minimise the impact on the planet and all forms of life that inhabit it, we go that extra mile to make our greeting cards as eco-friendly as possible.
Like all of our greeting cards, this card is made with FSC certified paper. The inks are vegetable-based and biodegradable. The card comes with an envelope made from recycled, unbleached paper and is packed inside a transparent wrapper that is 100% biodegradable and compostable. The product is plastic-free.
In addition, 10% of the sale price of this greeting card will be donated to Friends of the Lake District, an independent charity that is dedicated to the enhancement and protection of the landscapes in Cumbria and the Lake District.
By purchasing environmentally friendly products you can rest assured that you are doing your bit to help our planet during a time when it needs our help the most.