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Make fascinating white-on-blue prints from natural or man-made materials. Just place flat objects (leaves, flowers, insects, lace, jewelry, etc.) on the sun-sensitive paper, expose the materials to the sun, and create photo-montage images.
No inks, presses, photo equipment, darkroom, or chemical processes are needed. Prints develop in tap water in seconds. Fun for any age group.
Instructions are included. Non-toxic. 5" × 7" sheets. 30-sheet package.
Nature Print Kit
Includes 80 Nature Print sheets measuring 4" × 4", 6 transparent sheets containing a total of 33 images, one frame holder, and instructions.
® Nature Print is a registered trademark.
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Nature Print Paper
from Lake Helen, FL
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This Nature print paper is a great material to use with students in science and art.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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this is user friendly, simple and come with a lot of paper. My kids loved it and I did too. Quite easy to use and fun, quick process.
Sun-Sational Sun Printo Paper
from Florida (FL)
I used it as part of my Teach In Class with 2nd Graders. They really liked seeing their images come to life, with the sun making pictures. It was just the right size for the project. It was easy to use. Times vary, we had to redo a couple. Overall a success and fun for kids.
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Nature Print Paper is Fantastic!
I love this paper! It is easy to use and non toxic. You can use all kinds of objects to make your prints and I have always gotten consistent results. A cap full of hydrogen peroxide or lemon juice in the developing water helps to intensify the blue color.
Fun little project
from Brookings SD
I really enjoyed working with this paper but it was very small and hard to use the markers on it.
Even with seaweed ...
By Gigi in PA
Collect seaweed in a bucket of water.When ready back at home, wiggle the seaweed(s) where you want it on the paper. My aunt showed us this about 50 years ago :)) Her sheets were full size and, when dry and folded, made notepaper.So many options wherever you are ... in the woods, fields, etc.
Great for fun and teaching
from Beltsville, MD
This is a great product. I bought one for myself. It worked so well, that I bought two more for a science demonstration for kids 6-12. It works well with a bright light inside (4 minutes, light source 12 inches away), as well as direct sunlight.
This is really fun to play with. I used direct sunlight through a window. I also used different timings of exposure from 2 minutes to 5 minutes. The longest exposure makes the darkest blue background, so you can adjust the time depending on the background color that you want. The instructions said wait until the paper turns light blue, but don't over expose the paper. You can judge the color change by comparing it to the blue on the package. It is similar to the color of the unexposed paper. When rinsing, use the minimum time to avoid paper curling as it dries. Blotting the paper also works to remove excess water.
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Fun project, great service!
from Las Cruces, NM
I ordered a particular item for a project, as it was a great deal compared with similar companies. It also arrived very quickly. I am very happy with the service and the product!
By Photography Teacher Extraordinaire!
from Cincinnati, OH
Easy to use, great product, perfect activity for students of all ages.
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