Posts Tagged "Paper"


“Study how water flows in a valley stream, smoothly and freely between the rocks. Also learn from holy books and wise people. Everything—even mountains, rivers, plants and trees—should be your teacher.” -Morihei Ueshiba Record your life lessons, thoughts and dreams in the Eco Batik Leaf Journal Made in Nepal with handmade Lokta Paper, a non-tree, renewable...

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Lokta Paper has two different sides. Literally. One of the sides is smooth, while the other side of the same sheet is more rough and natural looking. It all goes back to the unique way that Lokta Paper is made. What Gives Lokta Paper its Distinctive Two Sides? Lokta Paper is handmade from cuttings of the fibrous inner bark of the Lokta Bush. The bush grows on the southern slopes of the Himalayas in Nepal, and has a fast re-grow rate...

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Since things get crazy as summer winds down, and especially with kids getting ready to go back to school, we’ve listed some very fun journaling ideas from some fantastic people around the web to help remember the summer days and plan ahead for the fall. 1. Keep a Memory Journal for the Kids With school right around the corner, it’s a great time to create a journal to jot down the kids’ accomplishments (or...

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“In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” -Abraham Lincoln Keeping Track of the What’s Between the Numbers Make the years count, then count the years by remembering the adventures and lessons learned. Recording notes from a treasured event Capturing a memory on a special trip Taking notes in an important meeting Sketching while abroad Use your Nepali Companion Notebook by...

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View our Father’s Day Gift Ideas and a Giveaway.   Gift Ideas for the Explorer The Everest Explorer Journal is rugged, tough, and perfect for any adventure. It comes in four different sizes and has already begun an adventure just getting to you. Handmade Paper The paper in the journal (and in all our journals) comes from the Lokta bush which grows in the Himalayan mountains of Nepal. A non-tree source, the lokta bush grows...

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  What Makes Deckle Edge Paper is Different?   Deckle edge paper is carefully crafted by hand. Similar to rough cut, paper, deckle edge paper is not cut straight. The edges are a result of the natural process of making and dividing the lokta paper into sheets. Lokta paper is made in the high himalayas from cuttings of the lokta bush. The fibrous inner back is cooked into a pulp, and then spread by hand along boxed screens...

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Catalogue your adventures with the Nepali Traveler Journal. Headed abroad or just seeking a place to capture your most important thoughts, the Nepali Traveler is the perfect companion. Capture your travels in the journal, but don’t limit it to just travels abroad. Hikes, and trips to enjoy nature, thoughts on life, and sketches of your favorite places or people make a great addition to the Nepali Traveler. The paper comes from...

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We’ve put together a small video introduction to our journals that we’ll be sharing on the inter webs. Hope you enjoy! Journals Featured in the Video: Nepali Traveler Everest Explorer Nepali Recorder Eco Fern Goldenrod The Nepali Dot Eco Batik Nepali Keeper (Sage, Terra Cotta, Dark...

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