Dried corn husk lands in the bluecat paper factory. This byproduct is then cut into bits. This process is manual and takes time. Once this is done the corn husk is lightly cooked to remove impurities and lignin. Once this process is done, the corn husk attains a beautiful golden-green colour that can now be beaten to form sheets of paper. Once the paper is dried, it is then calendared and ready for turning into products such as stationery, letterheads, visiting cards etc