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Our bamboo paper

With our high-quality postcards made of bamboo, we distinguish ourselves significantly

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You need a quintessence and don't want to read the whole text?
Then just remember the following:

"Bamboo paper is a fine thing!"

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High quality postcards

No paper like any other.

In our search for the right premium paper for our little darlings, we took a close look at the types of paper available on the market. For us, the focus was on sustainability, a pleasant feel and excellent printing properties. After a lot of trial and error, feeling and comparing, we finally decided on a paper made of bamboo. Apart from the bamboo content in the paper, it was important to us that the postcard not only looked like a small work of art, but also felt good. We differ significantly from other postcard providers and do not use standard paper. Our paper is 350gsm and is made from 90% bamboo fiber and 10% cotton with an uncoated finish. This mixture results in a particularly pleasant feel with excellent print quality. Our postcards (14.8cm x 10.5cm) are printed in Germany near our hometown of Wuppertal with a lot of love and passion in a selected print shop.

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Facts about the bamboo plant

  • The bamboo plant belongs to the grass family - once planted, it grows and grows and grows

  • The first harvest can take place after two to three years, after which the grass can be cut every three to four months to positively influence its growth

  • Over the years, its roots form a kind of underground network from which new grasses sprout again and again. So we are dealing with a self-renewing resource

  • In addition, this root network protects the soil from erosion

  • Bamboo is very frugal: it thrives on depleted soil, requires little water and does not need fertilizers or pesticides

  • Bamboo plantations return nutrients to the soil and thus create fertile soil

  • Bamboo produces about 35% more oxygen than trees and absorbs larger amounts of carbon dioxide
  • Facts about the bamboo plant

    "Cultivation of bamboo as a crop can have a positive effect on climate change"

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