Posts Tagged "Lokta Paper"


The Nepali Garden of Dreams Journal We’re happy to announce a new journal, the Nepali Garden of Dreams Leather and Lokta Notebook. The journal is the perfect place to capture you dreams, aspirations, or musings. A New Notebook Design The notebook features a tradition hardcover notebook look, but with a minor twist. The water buffalo leather, vegetable-tanned, is placed over the spine of the notebook. The dark brown leather is...

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New Combination Leather & Lokta Cover Journal The Nepali collector journal features a brand new design unlike anything we’ve ever created. The Nepali Collector Notebook has a cover that is both leather and lokta. The spine is made from water buffalo leather, while the cover board is made from lokta paper. Both are colored using the time honored tradition using natural vegetable dyes. Vegetable-Dyed Covers The Nepali...

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Lokta Paper is Handmade When was the last time you appreciated a piece of paper? A single sheet of paper? Something small can make a big difference, helping us be conscious of the world around us. Each sheet of Lokta paper is crafted by an artisan trained in the ancient tradition of lokta paper. Lokta paper comes from cuttings of the Lokta bush which grow naturally on the southern slopes of the Himalayan mountains of Nepal. Cuttings...

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This Father’s Day,¬†Give Something Personal Our journals are Handmade in the Himalayas of Nepal, but what makes them even more unique is that the paper is handmade. Take a moment to pen a personal message in your gift of a truly unique leather bound journal. Handmade Paper Makes a Statement Our paper comes from a non-tree, renewable source: the Lokta bush. The fibrous inner bark is cooked into a pulp and then spread by hand on...

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What does it take to Make the World’s Most Special Handmade Paper? 1. Tradition Lokta paper follows a 1,000-year-old tradition in paper making. 2. Sustainability Lokta bushes when cut, grow back quickly to their original height, making it a very sustainable source for non-tree paper-making. 3. Skill & Artisanship Lokta paper is made by hand when the fibrous bark of the lokta bush is cooked into a mash and then spread by hand...

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Lokta Printer and Craft Paper with Indigo Natural Indigo is a dye used for centuries to create a variety of beautiful blues. Now, it’s a part of our Handmade Lokta Printer Paper, adding its distinctive color to our handmade lokta paper. Handmade Lokta Paper made for Inkjet and Laser Printers The paper measures 8.5 x 11 inches designed for both inkjet and laser printers. The paper can also be used in crafts such as scrapbooking...

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An Ancient Tradition in a Modern World Lokta paper is made by hand in the Himalayas of Nepal, and has been a tree-free source for paper in the region for over a thousand years. Now as an alternative to regular printer paper that is treated with bleach and other chemicals, Lokta Printer and Craft paper is the perfect solution for the eco-conscious and those wanting to bring an adventure to their printing projects. Vegetable-dyed with...

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Ancient Paper Tradition Brought to You in a New Way 1,000-Year-Old Tradition at Your Printer’s Fingertips. There’s no paper quite like handmade lokta paper. It follows an ancient paper-making tradition in Nepal, and we are proud to introduce our handmade Lokta Natural Laser and Inkjet Computer Printer Paper. The paper is made from 100% Lokta bush fibers harvested from the Lokta bush which grows on the southern slopes of...

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