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  • Katey Higgs

    On Paper: Puts leaves between sheets of paper; tightly bound between two boards. Drops the board into hot water; simmers a couple of hours. Search blog for hints.

  • Lisa Bruno

    inleaf: weekly bundles no. 8

  • Ashtyn Silva

    This is paper and water color, but I'm considering something like this for ceramic surface treatment

  • ES

    DIY art | leaf art with instructions

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