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The tradition of producing handmade paper is about 600 years old and has its origins in Asia. It was started by the people of Karen tribe living in the north-east regions of Birma. Members of the tribe noticed that at the end of rainy season, in deciduous forests, mulberry tree bark comes off on its own. It was an ideal material to produce paper.

There were the beginnings of manufacturing paper from fully renewable and ecological raw material without the need of deforesting.

A large amount of Karen people had to escape abroad from Birma during the Civil War. Nowadays, their ancestors live in the northern parts of Thailand and still produce paper according to rules from the remote past. They use only natural pigments and dry paper in sieves in the sun.


The use of homemade paper:

Such a kind of paper is ideal for:

  • Bookbinding
  • Pressing
  • Gilding
  • Silk-screen printing
  • Laminating


And others


“Rozette” recommends homemade paper for:


  • Bags
  • Boxes
  • Stationery
  • Occasional cards
  • Folders
  • Leaflets
  • Business cards
  • Packaging of jewelry
  • Envelopes
  • Calendars
  • Albums
  • Notebooks
  • Wedding and company invitations
  • Maps
  • Various types of illustrations
  • Diplomas
  • Underlays for paintings, batik (painting with the use of hot wax on paper and covering paper with colorful paints)
  • Gift packages
  • Origami
  • Lampshades
  • Coasters
  • Wallpapers
  • Bookmarks
  • Table decorations


And other artistic works


Corrugated paper offer

  • Decorative bags with a line (130g/m2)
  • Foolscap corrugated paper (50-70 g/m2)
  • Corrugated paper (50-70g/m2); reels (10 m/70 cm)
  • Corrugated paper (50 g/m2); reels (10 m/50 cm)


Attention! We are going to start producing reels (2m/70cm), paper weight: 50 g/m2


Decorative gift boxes pasted over with corrugated paper (50g/m2)


Production of homemade paper.

Manual extracting of paper takes a lot of time and requires precision. It is a process which can be divided into several stages.

Our paper has neutral pH value and it is acid-free.




The mulberry tree bark is softened in spring water. Then all undesirable pieces of black and green bark are manually removed.




Soaked bark is boiled in water in order to soften its filaments and remove all the components which are not cellulose, such as fat.


Bleaching and Coloring


Filaments are precisely washed and bleached. In this process hydrogen peroxide is used as bleaching agent instead of chlorine, which is harmful to the environment. Owe to this fact paper  can have slightly different tone of white every time.




Filaments are mashed in water in order to destroy their cell walls.




Depending on the requirements, natural pigments are added to paper pulp. Natural color of the mulberry tree is bright brown. The tone of paper depends on the kind of bark. Whiter tones are obtained from saplings.


Shaping pulp balls.


Balls are made of pulp. Their weight is the same as paper weight.


Extracting “Paper with a heart”


Pulp balls are manually distributed on floating sieves. After draining sheets of paper set on the sieves.

After draining paper one-sidedly adopts the texture of sieves. The other side can be manually softened or be convex in its texture depending on customer’s needs.

Process of extracting paper manually is always conducted in a very precise way, although with regard to the use of natural floral supplements, it is probable that paper might change its color or  pattern. Owe to this fact every single sheet of paper is a unique one.




Depending on your needs, we put on a single sheet of paper fresh petals, small leaves and other components of design. To decorate paper regional flora from Thailand is used: both tree and bush leaves, petals and grass. What is more, in certain kinds of paper there are used rubber tree leaves, which can be characterized by original and skeletal structure.

A part of paper’s designs containing different supplements can vary depending on the accessibility of floral supplements during rainy season which in Thailand lasts from the end of April till November.




Sheets of paper are dried in frames in the open air but  in exceptional cases paper might be dried indoor during rainy season.




To dye paper in substance there are only natural pigments used and its color depends on isolation degree during drying it. Its color might differ from a conventional one up to 20 percent.


Size and Shape

Size of paper sheets depends on the size of sieves used to dry them.

Conventional: size of sieve: about 55*78 centimeters

The latitude of a paper sheet is +/- 2 cm

The sieves are made of bamboo and that is why the latitude of right angle can reach up to 2 centimeters of deflection during drying.




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