Design and create with paper made from the bark of the Mulberry tree. Mulberry paper, also known as Kozo paper, provides a luxurious foundation for many art, craft and design projects. The paper feathers beautifully when hand torn. Because mulberry paper has a neutral pH, it makes a wonderful art paper for long-lasting projects. The uses are almost endless: collage, painting, scrapbooking, note cards, lamp shades, wedding invitations, fish rubbings and many, many more. Mulberry paper is made in many different varieties including:
• Unryu Paper:
Lightweight, translucent and showing embedded threads of bark.
• Kozo Paper:
Heavyweight and highly textured.
• Printable Paper:
Smooth, text weight and printer compatible.
• Marbled Momi Paper:
Hand-marbled in exotic colors and texture.
• Mulberry Paper Rolls:
Large dimension mulberry paper sold on rolls for large projects.
Is Mulberry Paper strong enough to make a suit of armor that can stop arrows, swords and primitive gunfire? Yes! Check out the Paper Armor episode of Discovery Channel's Mythbusters. Click to see Paper Armor Clips