Amy's Blue Bell Design was a crowd favorite in the 2015 Wrappily Earth Day Competiton. Wrap, rip, recycle! Wrappily offers a new take on wrapping paper. With the help of neighborhood newspaper presses, Wrappily takes great patterns and prints them on 100% recyclable newsprint. Emboldened with fresh designs, renewable newsprint is an answer to the millions of tons of trash generated by wrapping paper every year.










Drumroll Please...
Without further delay, we proudly announce our 2015 Earth Day Design Contest crowd favorites.


Blue Bells by Amy Reber

It's hard to believe from looking Amy's bold, colorful designs that she is completely self-taught. This stay-at-home mom and military wife says she spends every moment she can working in her sketchbook. Originally from Washington, she and her family now reside in Virginia. In honor of her son, Amy chose the Wildlife Conservation Network to receive our donation. "My 11 year old is a HUGE animal, mammal, and reptile nut, and has been for years, so I'll dedicate this for him, Sam Reber. He will be so thrilled!"