Orca Blue cards are inspired by my 5 year old son and his love for all things wild in nature. He teaches me well, and teaches me much.
The price includes card(s) + envelope(s).
The art work is a simple abstraction in high contrast and bold colors. The paper provides a great writing surface and is a nice weight (95#). The folded card measures 4.5" H x 6.25" W, and comes with a square flap envelope. The blue band extends to the back of the card.
10% of proceeds will be donated to Earth Island Institute’s International Marine Mammal Project (please see below for more information).
A personalized message can be added to inside of card for additional charge. Custom colors / cards are available. Please check out ORCA ORANGE too, and look for more "all things wild" cards to come.
Printed on premium matte cover recycled paper by the GreenerPrinter, a high-quality printing operation that is doing something about the environmental impact of printing. Located in Berkeley, CA they offer Green America Seal of Approval, Green Business Certification, Forest Stewardship Council Certification (FSC), Carbon-neutral printing (all emissions from operations and shipping are offset).
100% Recycled, 50% Post-Consumer Waste, Processed Chlorine-Free Paper + FSC Certified. Green-e® certified renewable energy certificate. Inks are soy and vegetable-based
Square Flap Envelope 80# white uncoated paper with slightly softer texture than card. 100% Recycled, 100% Post-Consumer Waste, Processed Chlorine-Free Paper + FSC Certified. Green-e® certified renewable energy certificate.
Please use shipping container (3 + 8 pack only) as a case for storing + caring for your Orca cards. Cardboard shipping container can be 100% recycled.
If ordering outside of the US, please let me know.
Earth Island Institute (EII)
Non-profit located in Berkeley, California whose work helps to make oceans safe for marine mammals worldwide. 10% of all card sales will be donated to EII’s Internal Marine Mammal Project’s Orca Recovery Campaign. Money will help the orca whales of Washington state and southwestern British Columbia, Canada who are suffering and in danger of extinction. These whales may not survive unless we help them and their environment!!
For more information please visit: http://www.earthisland.org/immp/