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An Origami Envelope by Sarah Anderson

Design Team Member: Sarah Anderson
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Lokta paper, derived from the bark of the Daphne plant, indigenous to the Himalayan region, is renowned for its durability, texture and eco-friendliness. It is commonly used in bookbinding and for origami and produces very crisp, neat folds.

This colourful origami envelope is quick and easy to make and exploits the characteristics of this fabulous paper.

Our new ink powders, Dinkles, add a tremendous depth of colour. You could even add a tiny tag, or a miniature book to your creation.

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