Are you wishing to have an Earth day party and are in need of invitations that are eco-friendly? You have come to the right place. I have numerous ideas for eco-friendly invitations. It is quite simple and very affordable. The key to being eco-friendly is to use what is already available in your environment. What are the eco-friendly invitations?
Invitations #1: The Internet has become the ultimate surviving tool, in our day and age. It has become popular to send e-cards through the Internet. Why not use this concept to send your invitations? This will save you time and money. You’ll also be saving trees and paper. The Internet gives you a whole new world of design elements.
Invitation #2: Paper often becomes a wasted heap on a daily basis. We often toss paper too much. Why not give it a new life? Recycled paper is a great way to be eco-friendly. Not only will your invitations look amazing but you will be saving trees by giving “old” paper new life.
Invitation #3: A pocket of seeds may not seem eco-friendly. But in reality it is. You are giving back to the earth, that was taken. You don’t even need to purchase seeds. These seeds can come from fruits or vegetables you have already consumed. To give this invitation a unique appreciation and appearance, add a tag with the party’s information.
Invitation #5: A greeting card invite may seem inappropriate as an eco-friendly invitation. But you are wrong. How so? The purpose of this too become on eco-friendly invite is to use old greeting cards to create a brand new invitation. You will be amazed by your creativity.
Invitation #6: A leaf from nature is one of the most eco-friendly invitations. Nature offers plenty of colors and styles to use. For this invitation, the budget is less than ten dollars.
Invitation #7: Rocks are another element of nature and is very eco-friendly. Rocks represent the earth and are forever part of nature. The better care we take of the earth, longer it will be here with us. A rock isn’t an ideal invitation. But it can be, just use your imagination.
Invitation #8: A small, unused box is another way to create an eco-friendly invitation. You can give the box a new face lift. The imagination and creativity should not be limited. The box doesn’t have to be very large. An old cigarette box is a good size for this invitation.
Invitation #9: A children’s sand pail and shovel may seem corny. But it is a cute idea. The purpose of this invitation of this invitation is to hopefully inspire to keep the earth clean. It may or may not work. But who knows. The sand pail and shovel represent “clean up.”
Invitation #10: An old blown up light bulb is usually tossed into the trash. Don’t. Glass paint can give new life to the bulb. The invitation can be written in multi-colors, on the light bulbs. This unique idea gives the light bulbs a new chance at life and the opportunity to not enter the land fill.
Each invitation is about eco-friendly. To be eco-friendly is about re-using material and giving it another chance to be “alive” again. Imagination and creativity should be used to its fullest intent. Do not be shy with material or any other aspects of the invitations. These invitations will even help teach others, especially children about how to be eco-friendly.