Edit: For those of you interested in larger versions of the paper texture examples, here is a packet containing those and a few extras [link]
Also, thankyou so much for the DD :3 I am glad that people find the information interesting and helpful.
A HUUUUUGE file! So please be patient! If you have any questions or need any help, just tell me.
This is very basic stuff, but paper dying is fairly intuitive. Sometimes, though, it's nice to have assurance that something is as easy as it seems. :3
Note: A few people have asked about the archival nature of the natural dyes, and another deviant has informed me that no, the teas, juices, and so forth are not archival and that they will alter in color as they age. Archival has never been a thing I have worried about (much to the distress of my drawing professor) and so I didn't even think about it. But if you want your paper to remain the same color forever and ever, an archival, artist's dye needs to be used.