More dried rose bud prints. Don’t they look like miniature roses?
For this pine cone technique, I covered the outside in ink and rolled it with my finger. Place a piece of cardboard covered with a thin wrinkle free cloth underneath your printing paper. This will help the printing process.
Don’t they look like fish scales? Chick and I think so.
A little crafting with kids tip :: Spreading out a big piece of kraft paper for projects is a great way to encourage experimentation. You can lay it on top of whatever kind of printing surface you wish to print on. It gets kids focusing on the process rather than the finished product. I think it kind of emphasizes the beauty of practice prints and smudges.