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


1.75" Cube Boxes

2" Square Boxes       1.75" Square Seed Paper Boxes       1.75" Petal Paper Boxes

These gift boxes are made of our Lotka paper in Seattle. They are earth friendly because they are made from renewable resources. .

These boxes measure 1.75" x 1.75" x 1.75"

small seed paper box

small seed paper box
folded seed paper favor box
Flat Boxes $1.15
Boxes Glued Shut $1.40
These easy to assemble boxes arrive to you flat, simply glue one flap (or use double stick tape) and then fold the top and bottom to assemble.
These easy to assemble boxes arrive to you glued, ready for you to simply fold the top and bottom to assemble.

Our handmade lotka paper is made in the highlands of Nepal by rural craftspeople in an environmentally friendly process with 50% recycled content. The raw material for our paper is the Daphne bush. It is farmed and harvested from 3-4 year old plants that are cut down and stripped of their bark. The plant is not destroyed when cut down; it regenerates from the root. Once the bark is removed to make paper, the stick is dried and used to heat the villager’s homes. All of the water used in the paper production is reclaimed and reused. The bark is beaten by hand and boiled to break it down to a pulp (where it is mixed in with recycled pulp and paper scrap collected from the card and envelope manufacturing process) that is then pored into screens to form the sheets. The sheets are then dried in the sun. The whole process is not only earth friendly but also provides a large community with a healthy enterprise.

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