Finding handmade paper for printing can be a tricky quest – it seems to be much more prevalent for things like scrapbooks and cards. Let’s say you want to have a more professional looking card or invite with formatted text and you want to be sure the kind of paper you use will glide through laser and inkjet printers without a hiccup. The good news is, you’ll have everything you need in lokta paper.
The lotka bush grows naturally in the Himalayans and due to its quick regrowth, it’s a highly sustainable choice for organically made paper. You can see the natural flecks of the shrub’s bark in the paper – very similar to mulberry tree scrap paper in appearance. at the same time it is highly tear-resistant, acid free and printer compatible in the standard 8.5 by 11″ size. This bundle comes in seven different colors to suit all kinds of crafts.
Try it today and see for yourself the beauty and durability that this centuries-old papercraft tradition has to offer – your projects will thank you.