The problem with paper cards
Traditional paper cards may seem harmless, but they contribute to significant environmental issues. Over 300,000 trees are cut down just to cover the 1 billion Christmas cards the UK sends each year. Sending one of these cards produces on average about 140 grams of CO2.
Cards which include glitter, foil or plastic components cannot be recycled. They end up in landfills and contribute to microplastic pollution.