Indigo Dabu Diary A5 (recycled handmade paper)

Indigo Dabu Diary A5 (recycled handmade paper)


Handmade recycled paper notebook, with hand-stitched cover inspired on Dabu (mud-resist) hand block-printed fabric, and 80 to 90 blank pages.

Perfect to use as your diary, sketchbook, for your projects and ideas, to carry in your purse for everyday musings!


Some people believe paper was invented independently in India, in Buddhist times around 250 BC.


Ethnic styles express lifestyle. They are practiced by individuals whose heritage is rooted in community rather than land, and considered cultural property.

  • CRAFT TECHNIQUE: Paper recycling + book making + Dabu blockprint inspiration


    DABU printing is an ancient mud-resist hand block printing technique. The Dabu method is the most commonly practiced in Rajasthan, although there are several variations of mud-resist techniques.


    INDIGO is a highly revered dye among the craftsmen. They believe that a cow that drinks the solution becomes stronger and that if they eat with Indigo-stained hands, there won’t be any problems with the food or digestion. They say that Indigo has the power to turn anything natural. Using Indigo dyed fabric is thereby considered auspicious.