Eco Printing

Eco printing is the art of printing leaves and flowers on to paper or fabric. The results can be varied and amazing, with some leaves yielding detail you may not expect!

In this brief introduction, you’ll print a variety of leaves on to pre-prepared paper, learning how to prepare the paper, using modifiers to get darker prints, and steaming to release the tannins.

The paper can be used as any paper once printed and dried; as an art print, stitched into or used to make notebooks for example.

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What topics are covered?

  • What is eco printing?
  • Leaves that provide the most reliable prints
  • How the paper has been prepared for printing
  • Using modifiers and how they affect the prints
  • Steaming to create the prints

How will I learn?

Demonstration, practical application

What do I need to bring?

Old clothes or an apron (some stains may not be removable!)

Leaves to print; tannin rich leaves give the best results, but you’re never quite sure what you’ll get!

Some reliable ones include:

  • Bramble
  • Geranium
  • Sumac
  • Eucalyptus
  • Oak
  • Willow
  • Maple
  • Vine
  • Alder

 

Please always ask landowners permission before taking any.

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