Christmas Cards That Make A Difference

Thanks to one of my all-time favorite stationary companies you can now mail holiday greetings and make a difference at the same time with these new holiday cards inspired by Healthy Child Healthy World’s ‘5 Easy Steps’.

Paper Culture  has designed this card to help support Healthy Child Healthy World, an organization committed to educating families on living the best and healthiest lives they can.

Today, on their blog, Paper Culture announced the inspiration for the design:

The card Icons From a Healthy Childhood, portrays icons representing eating healthy (apple), cleaning up indoor air (butterfly), using non-toxic products and recycling (recycle) and holiday peace (snowflake). Similarly, the card 5 Steps to a Healthier Home, reminds us that creating a healthy environment is not impossible if we 1) avoid pesticides, 2) use non-toxic products, 3) clean up indoor air, 4) eat healthy and 5) be wise with plastics. Thus, the name Five Easy Steps…

I love the clean simplicity of these cards and think they are a great way to pack a double punch! Personalized with the photos of your children, they not only bring joy to family members but they also help to educate and remind them to do their part in keeping our bodies and our planet clean and green.

As part of Paper Culture’s Cards That Care program, they will be donating 100 percent of the sales proceeds of these exclusive holiday cards. If you want to make a difference this holiday season, head on over to order yours!

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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