Friday, May 2, 2014

Tea on Thursday 11 : Eco Print

Featuring eco prints by my grandson....  eucalypt leaves, grevillea leaves and Rooibos tea bags on watercolour paper.
PostScript .... There was a request to explain how this was done. Watercolour paper folded over, leaves and tea bags placed inside the folded paper. The folded paper was then sandwiched between two pieces of ply board and clamped together with strong paper clip ( we call them 'bulldog' clips) and the whole sandwich was boiled in a pot of water  for about an hour. I learnt this technique from Elizabeth Bunsen who is the master artist of this technique- we have just been playing.


  1. Just beautiful! And by a budding artist! It would be wonderful if you could tell us a bit more about the technique.


  2. Thanks Louise I have added a ps to explain a little more about the process


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