Eco Scrapbooking Redux

Eco-friendly scrapbooking

Photo by K&Company

It’s been a long time coming, but American scrapbooking companies are finally catching up to the green party bus. Just two years ago, the realm of eco-friendly scrapbooking was a wasteland in terms of commercially available supplies—which is ironic because the earliest scrapbookers were coaxed by the spirit of thrift and preservation. (And the lack of a Joanne’s within buggy-driving distance.)

Today, options made from post-consumer recycled paper—and printed with soy inks—abound. Here are some of the companies heeding the call for virgin-tree-free products:

DCWV: Green Stack Collection

K&Company: Amy Butler Lotus | Remake

Piggy Tales: Cinderella | The Steadfast Tin Soldier | The Ballad of Mulan | Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

Paper Trunk: 1974 | Batik | Gigi | Jellybean | Wrangler | Maybe Baby | Socialite

Jilibean Soup: White Collection | Kraft Collection

1 Comment »

  1. Yasmin said,

    March 23, 2009 at 9:06 am

    I knew we should have started this! I’ll look for these products when I’m out, but I’m practicing more of a shop at home mentality. I want to use up all the stuff, or most of the stuff, I have before I start buying things I don’t need.

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