THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT
Artisan Organization: Matr Boomie
This dream journal was meaningfully crafted by traditional papermakers in Rajasthan called kagzis. Moving through an age-old process, the kagzis gather discarded cotton scraps, break them down into fibers, and then soak them overnight. The pulp is then strained, pressed, and hung to dry. Finally, the pages are assembled into a book, ready to capture rich impressions.
In Rajasthan, economic opportunity is scarce. The artisans responsible for crafting your new repository of dreams are women, people with special needs, and people from impoverished areas. Their eco-friendly craft improves livelihoods while preserving water.