Wrapping Paper You Can Recycle

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If the aftermath of holiday gift giving includes trash bags full of wrapping paper at your house, there’s an eco-friendly solution. Many store-bought wrapping paper options contain non-paper additives, foil, or laminate, disqualifying them from being recycled. 

Wrappily prints directly on 100% recyclable and compostable newsprint and ditches the unnecessary cardboard tube for packaging made from plants. Milled and printed in the Pacific Northwest for a lower carbon footprint, Wrappily is a brand built with sustainability in mind. Bonus, their designer-created prints will brighten your merrymaking, no matter what holiday you celebrate. 

(Starting at $10 for a double-sided print package, wrappily.com)

Looking for more sustainable holiday fun? Check out the Winter Issue of KIWI, featuring “The Meaningful Holiday Gift Guide” (p. 25).