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Feature: Cotton Paper

Cotton: beautiful paper made without trees

Cotton paper has a beautiful, luxurious feel and a unique texture, it’s stronger than wood-pulp papers and doesn’t yellow over time. It was originally made from old cotton rags, but today it’s made from cotton linters which are a byproduct from the textile manufacturing industry that might otherwise be thrown away.

We have two beautiful ranges of paper that feature cotton, which is a spectacular alternative to wood-based papers.

100% Cotton colour comparison

100% Cotton

A range of 4 beautiful, neutral colours that are available in card, paper and envelopes, including a super-thick option with card as thick as 1mm.

So...Wool Cover Image

So…Wool

Two gorgeous neutral colours in card, paper and envelopes that are made with wool and cotton fibres. So…Wool is inspired by the catwalks of Milan and imported from Italy. It evokes the feeling of touching a luxurious woollen jumper.

Other sustainable choices

Looking for other, more sustainable options? We have three ranges that are made entirely from recycled material, so you can be sure that no trees were cut down in the process of making your paper.

Kaleidoscope Cover Image
Kaleidoscope: 25 beautiful, vibrant colours available in card, paper and envelopes.
Botany Cover Image
Botany: made in Australia, this natural, raw product is available in card, paper and envelopes.
Earthy Recycled Cover Image
Earthy Recycled: card, paper and envelopes featuring a unique, soft feel in 11 earthy colours.