Category Archives: Sustainability

Feb252016

5 Eco-Friendly Wedding Tips

Wedding clients are becoming more eco-conscious, and as such they are looking for affordable green solutions for their big day. Many wedding supplies are designed to be disposable and as such may not be eco-friendly, so how can you help the bride and groom begin their sustainable future together?

 

  1. Begin With Tree-free Invitations. Suitable for calligraphy, and laser or inkjet printing, Distant Village Natural Handmade Wildgrass Hemp Paper is a beautiful and sustainable solution for save-the-dates, wedding invitations, and other wedding needs.

  2. Custom Labels for a Personalized Touch. PURE Labels custom printed labels are available in a
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Nov22015

Natural Sinamay Packaging For Your Sustainable Brand

Natural Sinamay Envelope Bag

Interested in finding a new, fresh & easy natural look for your packaging? Need it to be affordable and high quality? Available immediately?

Organic and natural sinamay could be the answer! Sinamay is made of woven strands from the manila … Read More

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Jun162015

Why Sustainable Jewelry Boxes are the Perfect Choice for Handmade Jewelry Designers

Eco-Friendly Recycled Jewelry Box for Necklaces

If you’re a handmade jewelry designer, you have likely spent a lot of time searching for packaging that will compliment your jewelry designs. Finding the right high quality sustainable packaging for your business helps to round out an organic story … Read More

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May292015

Distant Village Buyers Guide to Sustainable Packaging

100% Recycled Packaging

People have asked, so we’ve created a quick and easy Buyer’s Guide and Checklist to sustainable, eco-friendly paper packaging. Let’s start with the basics:

What is Sustainable Packaging?

Sustainable packaging is packaging that significantly and positively contributes toward people, planet, … Read More

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Mar92015

The Top 10 Trends of Natural Products Expo West 2015

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Natural Products Expo West is one of the best times of the year to immerse yourself in the natural products movement, as well as to connect with industry leaders, emerging companies, and “green” enthusiasts from around the world. 2015 was … Read More

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Mar192014

Buyers Guide to Sustainable Paper Packaging

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As a companion to the Buyers Checklist for Adhesive Labels, here is a quick and easy-to-use checklist for sustainable paper packaging.  Use this concise guide when sustainable or eco-friendly packaging is important.

What is Sustainable Packaging?

Let’s first start … Read More

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Feb212014

How to Create an Irresistible Sustainable Brand

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The Whole “Brand” Picture

Suppose your product is sustainable.  That is, your product may be 100% organic, natural, holistic, fair trade, recycled, compostable, or embodies some über-sustainable attribute.  And, your sustainable product is perfectly designed for the needs of a … Read More

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Jan222014

PURE LABELS™ Online 20% Discount

20% off

ENJOY NOW

As quick as a bolt of lightning, labels will be on sale for 20% off at PURE Labels™ until February 15, 2014.  There are no limits but time is limited, so now is the time to stock up … Read More

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Nov62013

Top 3 Trends in Sustainable Packaging to Watch in 2014

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#1 Fair Trade Packaging

Fair trade continues to gain momentum and the adoption of fair trade practices will accelerate throughout 2014.  Most recently, Patagonia announced they’ll be one of the first major outdoor-clothing companies to offer Fair Trade Certified™ apparel … Read More

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Oct112013

A Buyer Checklist for Sustainable Adhesive Labels

Avery Eco-Friendly Mailing Labels

Q:  Are 100% Recycled Paper Labels Really Eco-Friendly?

I received a call from a person asking whether 100% recycled paper or Kraft paper labels were the better eco-option for their adhesive labels.  The answer was “No”.

For many it may … Read More

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