- Wrappily, a Hawaii-based company, makes its reversible wrapping paper sheets from recycled newsprint. The whimsical designs are a refreshing change from the typical patterns you see in stores. The paper is compostable and printed with soy-based inks. Wrappily also says its patterns are created by independent designers, something I can get behind. I ordered some of the Tannenbaum print shown below, as well as the Festive Forest/Snowflake Confetti pattern.
- Green Field Paper Company sells gift wrap made with 100 percent recycled paper. Its designs are printed with soy-based inks. Plus, the wrapping paper is made in the U.S. I guess I am attracted to tree designs but I liked the pattern below. I can picture it with red ribbons and a bow.
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- Paper Source gift wrap is printed on Eco White base paper, which the company says is 100 percent recycled, 30 percent post-consumer waste paper, archival and acid-free. Plus, Paper Source has a hilarious holiday llama print that will draw some laughs. I immediately thought of the two llamas that run amok through the Phoenix area this year.
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