Journey of Papernest

With a passion to save the environment and to promote sustainable practices, Paper Nest was started by our Founder Ms Nancy Gupta where she decided to bring forth the need to use Handmade Papers in our daily Lives. So after intensive research and training, she decided to do something to make Handmade Paper more acceptable to people. Paper Nest is a green initiative to promote Tree- Free sustainable Handmade paper products. Unlike machine made papers that are made from wood pulp, HANDMADE PAPER sector uses non wood raw materials such as wheat straw, jute, cotton rags, bagasse etc to make papers. No tree is cut while making this paper.


About their Unique Products 

Paper Nest we are working closely with artisans from rural areas who are involved in traditional Paper making for generations together. Their outstanding skills in this particular craft combined with our new innovative designs, we try to utilize their existing skills to the best. We firmly focus on making handmade Paper which comes with the best properties to ensure that they are environment friendly. Our product range includes Diaries, Notebooks, Planners, notepads, Envelops, notecards, Paper bags, artist books available in traditional and attractive designs. The uniqueness in our products lies in where we introduced our exclusive gift packs of our handmade stationery combined with a range of paper pencils and pens, giving our customers a complete eco-friendly experience. Adding further sustainability to our products, we have made our packaging plastic free by including up-cycled cotton cloth bags, jute bags or Recycled paper Boxes for our exclusive gift packs. We consciously make an effort in sticking to hand- stitched notebooks and diaries instead of going for spiral binding.

Dreams & Goals for the Future

Our goal for the future is to make Handmade papers as an ecological safe alternative to mill made papers. We wish to make this paper mainstream and hope that this age old tradition of making handmade papers is revived and is taken more into daily use as any other paper and this dying art can be preserved.