Eco-Printed Papers

Eco-printed coreopsis flowers.

Eco-printed greeting card made using crape myrtle flowers from my garden

Eco-printed paper using narrow-leaf zinnia. Enhanced with watercolor.

Eco-printed paper using broom flower enhanced with watercolor and ink.

Eco-printed paper using buckeye leaf. No enhancements.

Eco-printed paper using chaste plant with watercolor enhancement

Cyanotype using Virginia Creeper.

Cyanotype using Virginia Creeper.

I wrote a blog post about making your own eco prints here.

And if you want to see more of my eco prints, visit this page.

There will be a workshop at Artspace at Untitled on Saturday, August 3, 2019.

Here’s a link for some supplies that you can order to use at home.

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