Dark red greeting card is lying on a mustard yellow card and a brown kraft envelope, all at an angle to create a star shape. They're on a white backdrop. The top card reads "Happy Holidays" in white script.
Four holiday greeting cards are arranged in a circle on a white backdrop. From left to right, they are red (Happy Holidays), yellow (Peace & Joy.), green (Merry Merry!), and dark orange (give thanks).
Headshot of SaVonne Anderson, founder of Aya Paper Co., outside on a bright day and smiling at the camera

Aya Paper Co.

Happy Holidays Greeting Card

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'Tis the season to send gifts and greetings! This card's a classic for all of your holiday wishes 🎁

one folded greeting card | blank inside | 4.5” x 6.25” | comes with a 100% recycled kraft envelope | printed digitally with 100% non toxic toner on 100% PCW Recycled, PCF Chlorine Free paper 

Check out more holiday-themed greeting cards in our Stationery collection!


Meet the Maker:

SaVonne Anderson is a designer and creative entrepreneur with the keen ability to transform intentional design into viable community. Being the daughter of a full-time bootstrapped entrepreneur, SaVonne knew early on that she would have her own business one day. 

When SaVonne began conceptualizing plans for Aya at the end of 2018, the well-being of the earth was at the front of mind. As an advocate for environmental justice, she wanted to ensure that Aya Paper Co. didn’t perpetuate issues like climate change and pollution, which disproportionately impact communities of color. SaVonne has led sustainability workshops and uses her social media platforms to spread information about living sustainably.

In addition to creating print designs for Aya, SaVonne has 5 years of experience working with small businesses using a wide skill set including: branding, website design, photography, videography, and digital content creation. She also used these skills to give Aya Paper Co. a competitive edge when the company launched in July 2019.