Eco Packaging Handmade For You: Let Them Know You Care

Peace Love Recycle StampYou are doing your best to use handmade and recycled packaging.  You believe in reusing, reducing, and recycling.  Let your customers know that your care.  Stamp your commitment to the environment on every package you send.  Here are my favorite recycling stamps available on Etsy:

3Rs StampThe simple 3Rs Stamp from Maggie Hallam covers all the bases.  A close friend of her always reuses envelopes and requested Maggie design a stamp for her.

hand-carved recycling stampRecycle PinsI really like this hand-carved recycling stamp by Studio Mo.  What a cute way to let your customers know they can recycle the packaging you send them.  Studio Mo also makes great pinback buttons with a variety of earth friendly messages.  They would be a nice freebie to throw in your packages.

Custom StampGet a custom recycling stamp with your shop name from Terbear Collectibles.  This is great for branding and showing off your commitment to the environment.  Terbear has an amazing selection of recycling themed stamps.   I am partial to the Peace, Love, Recycle Stamp shown at the top of this post.

Go Green StampCreations by Rachel offers this Go Green Stamp.  This stamp is pretty enough to use on hangtags, cards, bookmarks, etc. The possibilities are endless.

Stay tuned for more Eco Packaging Handmade For You.  Also read:

[Image 1 and 5 by Teri Rubin for Terbear Collectibles, Image 2 by Maggie Hallam, Image 3 and 4 by Melissa Sims for Studio Mo, Image 6 by Rachel Albertson for Creations by Rachel]

Written by Jackie Hernandez

I am a work-at-home mom busy chasing after my son and establishing my eco-business, Tiny Décor. I also write the Tiny Décor Blog aimed at modern parents trying to go green for their kids. Tiny Décor has allowed me to turn a passion for sewing, craft, and environmentalism into a business. Blog writing has become an outlet for me to share my experiences going green, being a parent, and loving the planet.


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  1. I reckon to recycle some old newspapers with a white wash of ‘water based’ paint of course for envelopes would be a good idea no? or cut up your old clothes and patchwork them together to make some funky new cushion cases would be cool too 🙂
    We run a website that sells organic cotton t-shirts that are printed by certified organic printers, we would love to feature some of your articles on our blog, is this something that you might reciprocate?
    Please get in-touch if this is of interest to you.

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