Eco-friendly Paper!


More info here: www.ecobold.com I recently came across Nepalese Paper owner and he told us about how it’s made, why it’s green, how strong it is and above all, how cool it is! Nepalese Paper introduces a broad range of the handmade paper, made from the inner bark of the wild shrub, known as “Lokta”. This bush has an ongoing growing process, even after being cut. Nepalese Paper was established in 1995 with the main objective of supporting the developing Nepalese traditional craft industry, thereby improving a family’s standard of living in the rural and urban areas. Today, several stores carry Lokta paper. The company’s items are different and exclusive. You can find wedding albums, photo albums and frames, journals and diaries, address books, stationary and boxed card sets, prayer flags, gift & wine bags, wrapping paper and other cool products. Due to the long fibrous handmade paper, it has a nice texture, it’s durable and strong. You will be surprised by the variety of colors — they have everything, from plain light colors to dark colors with beautiful prints. Also there are in different sizes on each product category. It can be a useful gift to your relatives and friends! Interesting, unusual, unique, eco-friendly and 100% green, they will love it!!! For wholesale the company has special offers, terms and conditions. Highlights: – Light – Strong – Durable – Tree free – 100% natural – resistant to any insects How is Lokta paper made? According to Nepalese Paper, the

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  1. #1 by Tomorer at December 3rd, 2010

    Now this is a turnout for the books :()

  2. #2 by RayDandy at December 3rd, 2010

    very cool !

  3. #3 by dynomitis at December 3rd, 2010

    Eco-friendly paper would REALLY be nice. =) It’s a shame I can’t afford it. =(

  4. #4 by Thoughtfulguy68 at December 3rd, 2010

    I started wrapping some Christmas presents this week, and as I worked on my gifts I was thinking about all the trash left over on Christmas morning, and all the wrapping paper, boxes and bags that end up in landfills everywhere. I wish sustainable paper products like this were more widely available, I think a lot of people would choose them if they had a choice in the stores.

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