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Handmade Blue-Petal Lokta Wrapping Paper (LW1401 )

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• Size: 20″x 30″ Deckles Edge
• Eco friendly, tree free, acid free
• Strong and durable
• Plain Natural Colors with medium surface, compatible for all printer.
• Handmade Lokta paper by best artisans from Himalaya Kingdom of Nepal,
• Perfect for gift wrapping or card/crafting/scrap booking
• Comes in Postal tube

Quantity Discount (%) Price
1 - 9 $0.55
10 - 49 9.09 % $0.50
50+ 18.18 % $0.45
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Handmade Blue-Petal Lokta Wrapping Paper is a testament to the fusion of artistic craftsmanship and nature’s exquisite beauty. This unique wrapping paper is meticulously handcrafted from the fibrous inner bark of the Daphne Cannabina papyracea shrub, also known as “Lokta.” The vibrant blue petals, thoughtfully embedded within the paper fibers, bring a touch of nature’s elegance to your gift-giving.

Each sheet of this wrapping paper is a work of art in itself. The paper’s handcrafted texture and the delicate presence of blue petals make it a visual delight, elevating the presentation of your gifts to a whole new level. It’s more than just a wrapping paper; it’s a representation of eco-conscious practices and the rich heritage of the Himalayan region.

Whether you’re wrapping a special gift, creating unique craft projects, or adding a touch of elegance to your stationery, Handmade Blue-Petal Lokta Wrapping Paper is your versatile and eco-friendly solution. With its captivating design and rich cultural heritage, it provides the perfect finishing touch for your creative endeavors. Explore our collection today and let the beauty of nature’s craftsmanship adorn your gifts and creations with a touch of timeless elegance.

This indigenous handmade paper earns renown for its unique texture, remarkable durability, and resistance to tearing, humidity, insects, and mildew. People recorded the oldest available manuscripts of Buddhist texts, royal edicts, and legal documents on this paper.

The paper-making process includes cooking the bark twice, washing, chopping, and beating it with a wooden hammer. They pour the soft pulp over a wooden framed fine mesh, spreading it evenly by gently shaking the floating frame in water before sun-drying it.


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