Christmas is right around the corner so you know what that means… time to start shopping for your Christmas cards! Here at Wuzci, we’re tired of the same old department store box sets of cards with no personality. So, we’ve created the perfect way for you to handpick cards for your loved ones, especially for them – all arriving at your door in one neat little box! Our card subscription boxes make sure nobody is left out this Christmas, with over four thousand designs in our store to choose from! Best of all, they’re all designed by independent artists AND are made of recyclable materials, so you know you’re helping to contribute to local businesses and save the environment!
We know it can be difficult to find cards to please everyone, so here are some ideas for you to get started!
For Dog Lovers
Need a card for your dog-obsessed pal? Here are some perfect pooch-themed Christmas cards:
For Cat Lovers
Feline Festive? Here are some cards for the cat person in your life:
For Music Listeners
Who doesn’t love a good Christmas song? Here are some cards for the friend that starts playing the Michael Buble Christmas album in October:
For Movie Watchers
Merry Christmas ya filthy animal! These movie inspired christmas cards are perfect for the film critic in your life:
Here are a few picks for that friend that is first to buy the Mince Pies from the Christmas aisle:
For Drinking Buddies
What’s Christmas without a little mulled wine or eggnog? Here are some cards guaranteed to get your loved ones in the Christmas spirit:
For the Girls
Christmas is not just about family, but friends too! Celebrate your galpals this Christmas with these cards:
For the Jokers
Some picks for the friend that won’t rest with the Christmas puns:
For the Traditionalists
Cards for those that just love Christmas
These cards are perfect to slide a bookshop gift-card into for that book-addicted bff:
To craft your Wuzci Subscription box, head here to set up your plan!
Each year, we all love to indulge in various festivities throughout the holiday season. There are so many activities to take part in – Christmas parties, gift shopping, decorating our homes and tasting all the seasonal treats we can get our hands on. These are all so much fun, but the use of unsustainable materials and disposable products is taking a toll on our environment. As part of our on-going commitment to help our planet and make Wuzci as eco-friendly as possible, we have pulled together a few easy tips & tricks to make these festive activities more sustainable. Here is an insight into a few posts we have in the works for you.
Probably the most important change you can make this Christmas, is shopping at smaller, independent retailers. Supporting indie creators and local economies puts money directly back into your community and means that the goods don’t have to be shipped from the other side of the world (using unnecessary fuel and wrapping).
Every card you buy from Wuzci is fully recyclable, comes in a biodegradable cello wrap and directly supports the Artist that designed it. So each time we get one of your orders, it’s not just us doing a little happy dance! How adorable is this reindeer design by Chloe Evans?
Make Your Own Wrapping Paper
A huge contributor to unnecessary waste during the holiday season is wrapping paper. Embellishments such as glitter, foil or shiny surfaces make the entire roll un-recyclable. Not only can they not be recycled, small plastics (also known as micro-plastics) such as glitter make their way into our oceans and get eaten by precious wildlife.
A more sustainable option for gift wrap would be to make your own! Using rolls of parcel paper is a great alternative and can easily be customised with stamps, pens, ribbons and foliage.
Each year we probably all find that we have more and more gifts to buy and it can start to become pretty expensive! To save a bit of money and show our loved ones how much they mean to us, why not try making a few festive treats instead?
Homemade biscuits and pies are the epitome of festive treats and always go down well as a thoughtful gift.
If you’re not much of a baker, then Pinterest is filled with easy ideas ranging from homemade soap, bath bombs, hot drink sets or customised mugs.
If you’re interested in having a more sustainable Christmas this year, then check back every week for a new post. Coming up next week is our list of fantastic indie shops and gift ideas!
Do you have any suggestions? We would love to hear from you!