You are made out of stardust
- Made with 100% recycled paper
- 4 x 6 Postcard size (14.5cm x 10.5cm)
- Comes with a white envelope and compostable bio-based film
- Manufactured by FSC approved factory
- In partnership with designer Happy Go Lucky
Why eco-friendly stationery
Less water, less waste
Recycled paper is from recycled from post-consumer waste (like juice boxes) that would otherwise end up in landfill. Recycled paper uses 64% less energy, and 68% less water to produce.
You're carbon neutral
Your order is entirely carbon neutral by offsetting our manufacturing & shipping carbon emissions with carbon credits and funding renewable energy projects in developing countries
You plant a tree
For every order, we donate and plant an entire tree, going toward global reforestation efforts in Australia and California. In partnership with One Tree Planted Foundation.
Super duper eco-friendly! Our greetings cards are made from FSC-certified recycled paper (post-consumer waste).
FSC means Forest Stewardship Council. This is a governing body that ensures products that are manufactured with trees, are from responsibly sourced locations. Our factory only uses FSC certified trees. For more information on FSC, see their website.
Currently, We only ship to AUS, US, NZ, CAN, UK. All of our deliveries are through Auspost and are subject to their delivery schedules.
Please see our shipping times page for more information
Shipping is FREE! We don’t like companies that try and make money off shipping, we think it’s a bad experience.
Hey! we're Lewis & Tristan!
Our mission is to leave the world in a better way than we entered it, and we're going further than replacing toxic plastic pens with compostable ones. We've partnered with One Tree Planted to donate an entire tree for every 10 pens sold - that's way over 1000x the amount we use. On top of that we also carbon offset our employees in partnership with Ecologi, to ensure we stay completely carbon neutral.
As both professional creatives, Lewis a Design Consultant for banking & farming, and Tristan running his own film production company, these self-confessed stationery nerds felt their efforts to help reduce plastic pen waste is something close to either heart and where they can make the most difference.