Leaf Prints

Leaf Prints

Leaf Prints

Just follow the steps down to make it.
Leaf Prints

Things Required

flowers or leaves to print, watercolor or other rough, acid-free paper, selection of hammers, hard work surface, paper towels, scissors, pen, tweezers, acrylic finishing spray .
Leaf Prints

Step 1

Trim any chunky or squishy bits off of the plants and arrange them on your watercolor paper.
Leaf Prints

Step 2

Cover the plant with 2-3 layers of paper towels.
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Step 3

On the paper towels, sketch the borders of the area you'll need to hammer.
Leaf Prints

Step 4

Start by making small, even taps using the flat side of one of the hammers. This will set the flowers or leaves in place.
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Step 5

Peel back the paper towel to check your progress.
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Step 6

These leaves look pretty well smashed.
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Step 7

Now peel away the leaf to reveal the print.
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Step 8

The more natural-looking, red parts of this print came from cross-peen hammer action.
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Step 10

Once your print is to your liking, you can spray it with UV-protective acrylic spray to help keep the colors bright.
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Step 11

Enjoy this project.


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Human Body
  • You can make a three inches long nail, using all the iron in your body.
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  • It only takes seven seconds for food to reach your stomach.
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