Of The Earth is an environmentally focused handmade paper and hand dyed silk manufacturer. Our logo is an allegory of our idealized world; the people and plants in harmony with the earth in a circular flow of renewal and regeneration through responsibility.

handmade paper invitations and silk ribbon manufacturer

Papermaking Supplies

Dried Flowers and Cotton Linters

These dried plants can be used as elements in your handmade paper, as inclusions in candle making, to sprinkle in correspondence, as potpourri or sachet ingredients or as packing material for that special present. Your imagination is your only limitation. They are not chemically dyed or preserved. These bulk dried flowers are ready for your projects.


dried larkspur
dried larkspur
Pink Larkspur- $18.63/oz
Blue Larkspur - $12/oz
dried lavender
dried roses
Lavender - $2/oz
Red Roses - $2/oz
dried marigold
dried roses
Marigold (calendula) - $2/oz
Pink Roses - $2/oz
dried sunflower
dried safflower
Sunflower - $2/oz
Safflower - $4/oz
Out of Stock
Cedar Tips
Cedar Tips - $2/oz
Lotka Paper Linters
Cotton Linters - $5/ pound
Lotka Linters- $15/ pound


Our handmade papers are formed one at a time with a mould and deckle. They are made with 100% post industrial waste and are 100% tree free, acid free paper. Embedded in this stock is our unique North American Wildflower seed blend. The seeds will need four hours a day of direct sunlight with constant watering until established. The plants can grow to as tall as three feet. The seeds include Spurred Snapdragon,Tussock Bellflower, Creeping Thyme, Lilac Godetia, Foxglove, Catchfly, Monkeyflower, English Daisy, Red Corn Poppy and Showy Evening Primrose. This blend is specifically designed to allow us to print directly onto the handmade seed paper and for safe propagation across North America.

This card has the text printed on the textured side of our stock, on the reverse is a smooth surface that feels luxurious under your fingertips.

Buttercrunch after 2 weeks Click for larger image

Germination may begin as quickly as one week or may take up to six weeks depending on your regional growing zone and planting depth.  We recommend just 1/4 inch of soil coverage.

seed paper in bloom
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