Happy Springtime!

Spring Is Finally Here 🌸

Spring is finally here! It’s like a breath of fresh air after a cold winter. With spring comes warmer weather, longer days and a whole lot of new life popping up everywhere! Trees and budding, flowers and blooming, and all kinds of critters are coming out to play. 

Whether you’re a fan of hiking, gardening, or just soaking up the sunshine, spring is the perfect season to get outside and enjoy all the wonders of nature. 

There are plenty of spring plants that you might start to spot in the UK. Here are some things to look out for! 

These beautiful flowers are a common sighting in UK woodlands.
A symbol of spring, daffodils can be seen blooming in gardens and parks across the country.
These stunning pink and white blossoms adorn the branches of cherry trees, often found in parks and gardens.

Check Out Our Socials this Spring 📱

We often like to appreciate nature on our socials! Take a look at one of our recent TikToks, celebrating the arrival of spring! 

Sustainable Spring Celebrations ♻️

Using sustainable wrapping paper helps to reduce our environmental impacts by minimising the production of waste, conserving resources, and reducing energy consumption. Here at Eco Nature, our designers and craftspeople create eco-friendly wrapping options, perfect for your gift-giving this Spring!

Our Spring Collection

Our wrapping paper is made from recycled materials and is fully recyclable, but if you want to get more out of your gift wrap, there are plenty of DIY crafts you can get involved in!

Our hand-designed Spring range can be made into bunting to brighten up any room. It’s the perfect, easy, hack to fill those rainy weekend – and you can even get the little one’s involved!

Here’s how we did it:

Alternatively, if you’re hosting a dinner party this Spring and have some scraps of wrapping paper you’ve saved up, you can create lovely little touches to add to your glasses. These sustainable decorations brighten up any table setting!

Here’s how we did it:

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