Sheet from pineapple fibre and mulberry bark, in: 12 tiger yellow, 20 cherry red, 25 pink, 32 violet, 40 light blue, 51 emerald green, 59 olive, 64 curry, 73 raven
Saa paper is made using the bark of the mulberry tree, a rapidly growing tree common in Southeast Asia. The fibers of the mulberry bark are longer than traditional paper making pulp. This makes Thai Mulberry strong and durable while remaining extremely lightweight. The longer fibers also provide texture and dimension When torn, Thai Mulberry Paper feathers leaving a nice deckled edge.