The Reusable Christmas Card


For those among us who have made recycling an integral part of life, this Christmas card will definitely hold an appeal for you … and him … and her … and them … and her. This unusual greeting is meant to be reused, sent from one recipient to the next, much like those internal office memo envelopes, only much more stylish.

Split Design’s communal card uses a recycling symbol as the graphic shape for the tree. Letterpress printed on uncoated card stock in green and gold, the visual is clean and attractive.

The designers thought of everything to make sending the card easy – labels for the new addresses and diecut circle stickers to seal the aluminum tin that holds the contents. Love that they used the tin rather than an envelope as it adds a bit of shine. And for the lucky last person on the list, it’s perfectly reusable for stashing vitamins or jewelry or …

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Project Details

Title The Reusable Christmas Card Client Self Initiated Date November 2013 Design Oliver Bentley
Tom Pitts
Print The Print Project
Leeds, West Yorkshire
Paper Uncoated stock 300 gsm

Production Details

Dimensions 120 mm square Page Count 4 Print Quantity 165 Production Time 2 weeks Printing Method Letterpress Number of Colors 2 colors (green + gold) Finishing and Binding Creased and folded


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