The first wave of Canada Arts Cards to be revealed this weekend

After a difficult selection process, the first three cards from our Canada Arts Project are due to debut next week and at stores this July.

The Canada Arts Project was an open call to Canadian Artists both professional and amateur to submit work that they believed would make an ideal Canadian greeting card.

The submissions poured in by the thousands and Tree-Free Canada plans to release new designs every wave featuring Canadian artists.

Look for the new designs, along with artist biographies next week

Artists looking to submit their works can find more information at, you can also follow the company on twitter @TreeFreeCanada


About Tree-Free Greetings– Tree-Free greetings is a 100% Canadian made greeting card line that is printed on eco-friendly materials using vegetable inks. You can find Tree-Free at more than 1,200 participating retail locations across the country. The Tree-Free line is distributed in Canada by MapArt Publishing Corporation ( and is based on Oshawa, ON


Buying made in Canada is good for us all

All of our Tree-Free Cards are made in Canada.

#BuyCanadian is trending and it always should be.

The smallest purchase can make an influential impact on our economy.

Take something as simple as greeting cards for example.

We manufacture every Tree-Free greeting card locally using a family-owned printing business, they are warehoused by another Canadian owned family business then sold and merchandised by, you guessed it, a network of independent Canadian owned small businesses.

That’s a lot of people, in every province, that gets financially supported by a single, small purchase.

By purchasing any made in Canada item, your dollars go into the communities where they were made and make this country more self-reliant.

So, next time you send a greeting card (and we’re ok if you don’t buy one of ours), check to see if it’s Made in Canada, it’s a little thing that will add up.