Leaf Print Art Created by Steaming Leaves Against Watercolor Paper


Leaf prints are a fun project for both children and adults. They are the ultimate in eco-friendly art. No dyes, inks or paints are used -- just fallen leaves and paper. The colors and patterns of the leaves are transferred to the paper through steaming, and afterwards the leaves can be put into a compost pile.
You can see more of the prints on my website:
https://ctondro.com/collections/original-botanical-leaf-prints
And you can learn more about the process of how they're created here:
https://ctondro.com/products/leaf-prints-on-paper-tutorial
Sycamore leaf
Sycamore leaf
Loquat leaves
Loquat leaves
Silk Oak leaves
Silk Oak leaves
Liquidambar leaves
Liquidambar leaves
Eucalyptus leaves
Eucalyptus leaves
Jacaranda leaves
Jacaranda leaves
Loquat leaves
Loquat leaves
London Plane leaves
London Plane leaves
Catalina Fernleaf Ironwood leaves
Catalina Fernleaf Ironwood leaves

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