Made from various fibers such as abaca, cotton, flax, corn husk and kozo. Pulp beaten for 8 hours until it reached a paint like consistency and was dyed for painting. No toxic pigments or additives were used.
Miscellaneous objects can be laminated naturally between two freshly couched sheets of paper when wet. Here, I cut patterns into leaves and mushrooms which were then laminated between too sheets of fairly translucent fibers: flax and abaca. No toxic adhesives were used.
I used typical vegetables and fruits that we commonly eat to demonstrate applications of papyrus techniques. No toxic adhesives used. The sheets are formed through the natural bonding of cellulose in the vegetables and fruit after being pressed at 7000 psi.