Butterfly Card Set
Hand made lokta paper from Nepal. 2 each of 3 colours.From $12.00
- Lokta paper is prized for its strength and durability
- Promotes women's participation in income generating activities
- 110 x 155 mm ea
- 6 cards, blank inside, envelopes included
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A set of 6 beautiful pop-up cards depicting a Himalayan butterfly cut-out design. Printed on natural Lokta paper, hand-made and attractively gift packaged in Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Lokta paper is made from the bark of Daphne trees, sustainably harvested in remote Himalayan villages, and the cards are produced by artisans from Bhaktapur Craft Papers, a Fair Trade Organisation working to improve the lot of the lokta harvesting communities.
About the Producer
Bhaktapur Craft Papers
Bhaktapur Craft Papers works with small-scale producers of lokta paper, to improve the quality of life of poor Nepali communities.