Allow me to introduce you to India Flint - how cool is that name?
Ms. Flint is the author of two related books "Eco Colour" which is specifically about botanical dyes and "Second Skin" which relates to repurposing textiles with natural dyeing techniques. I haven't been able to get them at the library yet but I believe they can be ordered.
You can check out her website at http://www.indiaflint.com/ and her blog titled - not all those who wander are lost - http://prophet-of-bloom.blogspot.ca/ .
The work you will see (and salivate over) is on both fabric and paper. I think the principle is the same and the outcome, utterly luscious regardless. I wish I could share a photo or two but since I haven't asked permission I will simply implore you to go and see for yourself.
Here is a closer look at my simple efforts - a couple of pages from last week's challenge to whet your appetite.
and after visiting India Flint - if you aren't filled to the brim go see some more eye candy here -
http://pinterest.com/sandysauter/natural-dye-techniques/ I think somewhere in the midst of that may have been where I found the simple instructions for paper bundling.Have fun nature bunnies!