Flowers, leaves, herbs, watercolour paper and a hammer… That’s all you need to create original images in a very natural spirit. Run through the woods and meadows, cross the fields and turn your harvest into beautiful prints.
- Use the plants as soon as you pick them. You can use whole flowers or only inflorescences or petals.
- Place a sheet of 300g watercolour paper on a board or hard surface. Place the various plant elements on top and cover with paper towels.
- Tap the protective paper with a hammer to break up the plant pigments and print their imprints on the watercolour paper.
- Gently remove the plant residues with tweezers and enjoy your print !
- You can, if necessary, iron the prints on the reverse side with an iron set to cotton.