Green Stack: Recycled Scrapbook Paper by DCWV

Green Stack Scrapbook PaperDie Cuts With A View (DCWV) has just released the Green Stack collection made from 70% post-consumer recycled paper that is also acid-free and lignin-free.  The debut Green Stack paper pad features 24 woodland designs complete with squirrels, owls, and a little faux bois.  The collection also includes a matching Green Stack Chipboard Set with 105 shapes and letters made from 70% post-consumer recycled paper.

The DCWV website has a great idea gallery with sample pages from each collection, like the Guess Who sample page shown here which features the Green Stack collection. Check out the other awesome Green Stack sample pages after the jump.

Click on any of the images below to get complete list of the Green Stack products used to make the page. I personally love the My Little Stinker page, because my own little stinker wore a handmade skunk costume for Halloween.
Green Stack Idea Page 1
Green Stack Idea Page 2
Green Stack Idea Page 3

Crafting a green scrapbook remains a challenge with eco-friendly scrapbook papers still few and far between.  In addition to this new collection from DCWV, K & Company offers the eco-friendly Lotus and Remake paper collections.  If the lack of eco-friendly paper options has you disappointed, consider digital scrapbooking as an eco-alternative.

[Images in this post courtesy of Die Cuts With A View, authorized by Angela Ahn]


Written by Jackie Hernandez

I am a work-at-home mom busy chasing after my son and establishing my eco-business, Tiny Décor. I also write the Tiny Décor Blog aimed at modern parents trying to go green for their kids. Tiny Décor has allowed me to turn a passion for sewing, craft, and environmentalism into a business. Blog writing has become an outlet for me to share my experiences going green, being a parent, and loving the planet.


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  1. (Delayed response. hah!)

    These papers are just GORGEOUS!! I just discovered them last week (pretty slow here in Australia!). I now have 3 stacks of it so I’m covered for a few months… possibly a couple of years! The cardstocks complement each other really well and the patterns are just fantastic and cute!

    I made a big farewell card for a good childhood friend/colleague using 2 of the card stocks on Monday. Rave reviews. YAY!

    Anywho, I would love to see what the others have done/made with the Green Stack cardstock!

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