Faux Mulberry paper is actually pretty easy to do.
Ink brayer with dye ink and run over a used dryer sheet.
More than one color may be used.
Then just lay your creation over a stamped image
as I did in my sample today.
You can stretch or heat the dryer sheet first to add
a look of more "veining" (which I didn't do).
You can also toss embossing powders or glitters on or
even some bling. This produces a result that looks and feels
just like that expensive mulberry paper you buy!
I used a crackle background stamp by Red Castle and the
butterfly collage image is by Stampers Anonymous.