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EcoScrapbooking eBook Launch Party

EcoScrapbooking Crafty Ideas for Eco-Conscious Scrapbookers

 Welcome to SpiegelMom Scraps!, and your last EcoScrapbook Blog Hop stop!!  I’m very honored to be a part of this historic scrapbooking event, the debut of Danielle’s vision coming to life!!I  It’s her first eBook EcoScrapbooking: Crafty Ideas for Eco-Conscious ScrapbookersDanielle has been working hard to create the amazing eBook for the crafting community.  Her blog even features eco-friendly fashion!!  Isn’t that awesome?!  When it comes to being eco-conscious, Danielle is the go-to-gal!  If your new to Danielle’s, but MUST be sure to go to her blog and follow her.  Her ideas are eco-this word!  (yeah, I know…cheesy lol).

I’m sharing one of the ways I stay Eco-friendly while scrapbooking.  I USE MY PACKAGING!!  Here are a couple examples of how.  See where all those ribbons are tied on?  It’s part of a cardboard backing to Prima Marketing flower packaging. 


Here you see the bottom part of the same cardboard backing at the bottom half of the layout.


And the entire layout!


Here are a couple more peaks at how I use product packaging on my layouts.  Check out that big white misted flower in the background!  I used the negative from some chipboard flowers as stencils and spray over it with my Mr. Huey’s White Spray Ink.  This is a fantastic way to use your packaging and create your own custom designed paper and background.


In this photo there are three recycled items shown.  The first one is pink with white polka dots ~ AGAIN with the chipboard negatives!  I don’t even remember what this negative is from I had it so long, but doesn’t it create another cool element on this page about our youngest daughter?!  There’s also a piece of cream tulle tucked  up under the patterned paper, as well as a regular old piece of corrugated cardboard!  The tulle is from some doll clothes that had seen better days, so I saved some to use on…. something.



 I hope you enjoyed how I stay Eco-friendly while scrapbooking!  Now, for the eBook Danielle created just for YOU!!  CLICK HERE to go right to Pressbooks online and read her fantastic eBook!

You can also CLICK HERE to download the PDF version right to your computer. Pretty darn cool! Here’s a sneak peak of my EcoScrabook eBook project.


I know I’m the technically the last stop, but here is the fabulous line up of designers for today’s blog hop.  Thank you to Danielle for having me, it’s been a pleasure!!!

Danielle Hunter | EcoScrapbook

Zaira Sierra | Hacer Scrapbooks

Lisa Troch | The Cherry on Top

Cathy Sanders | What’s up with Cathy

Jules Hollis | Inspired Jules

Erin Bullock | Deeply Rooted Life

Stephanie Medley-Rath | Scrapworthy Lives

Andrea Friebus | Lights C.a.m.era Action

Jody Spiegelhoff | SpiegelMom Scraps

I’d love for you to join my Scrap Gals Group or follow my blog via email!  Just enter your email address in the right column and get ready to have some scrappy fun with me here at

SpiegelMom Scraps!!

9 thoughts on “EcoScrapbooking eBook Launch Party

  1. A brilliant use of product packaging! I’m in love with all of the details! Thanks for participating in the eBook!

  2. Awesome projects using your packaging… I’ve also kept my chipboard negatives for “one day”… guess now is the time to dig them out and actually use them….love the frame idea on your page.

    It’s been great working with you on this book.

    1. really great job on the blog hop. i am glad you posted it. i am looking forward to reading the book.

  3. Fun hop with some great tips. Thanks to your post I will be hanging on to some of those chipboard pieces with the negative space when i use up the chipboard. Inspiring as always Jody!

  4. Great ideas Jody! I need to check out my packaging a little more closely now before it goes in the recycle box 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  5. Love this Jodi!! I love your use of the negatives and packaing 🙂 Too cute!

  6. You rock at using the product packaging, girlfriend!! Awesome ideas!

  7. Great use of reusing product packaging!

  8. This is just beautiful! What a fantastic job!

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