Published on March 18th, 2009 | by Jackie Hernandez5
Recycled Kraft Paper for Scrapbooking
It is no secret that scrapbooking uses up gobs of paper. Crafting a green scrapbook is definitely an uphill battle. We’ve shown you recycled papers, handmade embellishments, even how to use leftover paint chips, and now I give you recycled kraft scrapbook paper.
Jillibean Soup offers cute, unique, eco-friendly scrapbook papers printed on 100% recycled Kraft paper. Printing their debut line on kraft paper was so important that they custom-manufactured folio size kraft paper that is acid-free and lignin free. I personally love the look of the brown kraft paper in the background.
What else is to love about Jillibean Soup besides the cute, mod patterns by Jill Yegerlehner, founder and owner? In addition to patterned paper, you can find plain kraft paper, envelopes, and cards. Other unique items include Alphabeans letter stickers and Journaling Sprouts. The felt Bean Seeds embellishments are too cute. For more soupy goodness, check out Jill’s blog The Soup Bowl for crafty inspirations and periodic product giveaways.
[Images by Nadia McGaughy for Jillibean Soup]
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