Created from my wet cyanotypes pieces done last year. These pieces were really "ice"cyanotype as I tried the process on a 10 degree day. I brought in ice, which sat and melted into a pool of water, so I was skeptical as to what I would get. However, once rinsed and dried, the transfer of greenery was there.
Below are the individual blocks. This first of the blocks used a flower from my amaryllis plant. When I brought it in, it was very dreamy and muted. This was my result, Since it was slightly pink originally, I quilted it with variegated pink thread and added some pink beads, the next two are houseplant leaves. All in all, a very fun and interesting process. I have many more to play with from those I did last summer.