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mandag den 5. november 2018

Eco Printing on Watercolor Paper

Eco Printing on Watercolor Paper
Printmaking on watercolor paper,good sizing and can be soaked for long periods of time
Vinegar (regular household type)
Big pot or pan that you do not use for food… (or don’t use for food later on) Foil bin can be discarded after use or used repeatedly
Foliage from your garden or yard
Thread or rubber bands for binding
also ad some rusty stuff it makes all the water and vinegar work somehow.
however i used rust powder
Remember to turn it when in owen, and let cool of for a day before unwrapping and pressing
Have fun
this is my first time so no need to ask me alot of questions.
You can google alot I did

you can see loads of video on internet right here.

8 kommentarer:

  1. I've seen it before on the Internet, such a nice technique!! Your results are very beautiful!

  2. De ser flotte ud, beautiful reactions from the foliage Dorte,- det er flere år siden jeg prøvede , og de falmer , men måske skal jeg læse mere :-)

  3. Great minds think alike Dorte, only I used fabric. I don't seem to have the skill with paper. Yours turned out great. The vinegar combines with the rust to make the blackened areas. I have done this many times, so if you have questions, please ask on my blog. I look forward to seeing many more of these beauties.

  4. Wow, the results are so gorgeous!! What a fun technique!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  5. Great results, this looked a fun experiment.

  6. Perfect inspiration :) and what attention to detail! I admire and congratulate.


  7. So unique and artsy and a great technique x. Fabulous inspiration, thank you x.