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You’re making this so difficult (and we couldn’t be happier)

Since  we announced the Tree-Free Canada Arts Project in early spring, our hopes were eager for an enthuesastic response by at the very least, a  handful of Canadian artists.

We’re excited to say our hopes and expectations were more than met.

This journey has been one of the most welcoming and positive experiences in the history of our company, we’ve heard from Canadians from all walks of life, each one of them so excited to share their impressive creations.

Our desks and inboxes  are full of so many  inspiring pieces that it’s honestly going to be difficult to choose. To have such problems, this is the kind of “busy” you dream of being.

From all of us here at Tree-Free Greetings Canada, our thanks to you for supporting and promoting this project.

I am happy to announce, it will be an ongoing event. All submissions will be kept on file for upcoming card wave reviews.

While we begin the process, there is still time to join in. Simply drop an email to us at cards*at* (replacing the *at* with an @ of course) and you’re in!

Our review board will begin selecting designs for the first wave of Canada Arts Project cards at the end of the month. We’ll then start reaching out to the many talented people who submitted.

Email us for any questions or ask us a question on Twitter.@TreeFreeCanada

Tree-Free Greetings are distributed in Canada by MapArt Publishing.  Cards are printed in Canada using post consumer materials and using vegetable inks. Save Canadian Trees and Jobs by choosing Tree-Free.

Tree-Free Greetings Canada announces the Canadian Arts Project


For Immediate Release:05/17/2017

Tree-Free Greetings Canada

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Tree-Free Greetings Canada  announces the Canadian Arts Project

Oshawa, ON- To celebrate Canada’s 150th, the Oshawa based Tree-Free Greetings Canada hopes to launch a new line of cards this fall exclusively using works by Canadian artisans.

Tree-Free  greeting cards are already proudly printed  in Canada” says brand manager Brian Heiler The next logical step is to embrace the incredibly rich arts community we have.

Works that are chosen for the line will be paid royalties, credited on the card itself and promoted in upcoming promotional materials, as well as being available for sale at retailers across the country.

Artists interested in more information are encouraged to visit our website (

About Tree-Free Greetings– Tree-Free greetings is a 100% Canadian made greeting card line that is printed on eco-friendly materials using vegetable based inks. You can find Tree-Free at participating retail locations across the country. Tree-Free is distributed in Canada by MapArt Publishing Corporation (
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