paper prints on river rocks

River rocks make a great base for steaming if you ran out of steaming tray. That was what I did when I couldn’t find my steaming trays. An idea came to mind, when I saw a bucket of rocks that I brought home from our son’s house. I looked for the ones that has a flat surface and placed enough rocks to make a flat layer in the bottom of the pot; filled with water before putting my wrapped bundle of paper with plant materials to steam. Below are pictures of prints made with castor bean and scented geranium.

castor bean leaf and stalk on paper

after steaming

geranium on paper

scented geranium

castor bean, glossy shaped lobbed leaf

I couldn’t resist sharing this pretty blossom.

Ornithogalum, papery white clusters of flowers

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