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Grow Green! New Recycling Symbol ♻ Seed Paper Shape For Green Promotions

Grow Green and share a message about recycling with this seed paper shape for eco-friendly promotional products.

If you're looking to send a memorable green message about putting the environment first and the power of reducing, reusing and recycling, this new plantable shape is the way to go.

The iconic shape is reversed out of a seed paper circle and can be added to a variety of eco-friendly promotional products such as eco panel cards, flat card giveaways, and greeting cards. Whatever you choose, the plantable shape will be a powerful symbol that promotes green practices along with your branding so that your sustainability message will be loud and clear.

Learn more about this plantable recycling symbol shape for eco panel cards, flat card giveaways and greeting cards!(Shown here in emerald green seed paper)

Not only does the universal shape itself tell as story about the power of going green, but it’s also embedded with NON-GMO wildflowers seeds that grow when planted in soil! The material is biodegradable so that no waste is left behind, just colourful wildflowers that give back to the environment and go on to help create habitats for important pollinators who play a critical role in natural ecosystems.

Whether you use this fun eco-shape for Earth Day promotions or perhaps a recycling awareness campaigns in a community or workplace, your piece will stand out as a unique way to share your green message.

Get started by browsing eco-friendly seed paper promotions today!


Plantable business cards, bookmarks and more eco-friendly pieces to help your business grow.

Created with biodegradable materials seed paper is embedded with NON-GMO seeds that grow wildflowers, herbs, or vegetables when planted in a pot or garden. Learn more about how you can incorporate this special, eco-friendly paper into your next corporate promotion by subscribing to our newsletter and download our full Seed Paper Promotions Catalog.


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