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Six and Sons
Haarlemmerdijk 31h, 1013 KA Amsterdam
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- A6 greeting card with a soft matte finish
- blank inside and comes with an envelope
Eat Mielies designs "weird Illustration about celebrating the weirdness of human bodies".
Amsterdam based designer.
Greeting cards come with a 100% recycled envelope made from 100% post-consumer waste. They are made in the EU and are chlorine-free.
The protective "plastic" bags that you'll see around the cards are actually not plastic! They are made in the UK from clear compostable vegetable starch - renewable PLA derived from corn/potato starch. They are fully biodegradable and compostable, breaking down to CO2, H2O and biomass (compost), which can then be reused in the ecosystem to make new plants.
They should be disposed of in a home or commercial composting system, but if they end up in a landfill they will still break down to CO2 and water. In a commercial composting the temperature will be higher and the process is much quicker. In a colder home composter, it will just take longer.