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What makes certin papers better for color preservation pressings?

Posted by rosepressgirl7310 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 24, 06 at 20:52

could you please tell me what materials i should use for pressing brightly pink and purple flowers and leaves to preserve color and why it works?thank you. links are helpfull too.rosie.

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RE: What makes certin papers better for color preservation pressi

  • Posted by josh z8a (My Page) on
    Mon, Sep 25, 06 at 1:27

Rose, Here are some earlier discussions of blotting paper. As I understand it, the quicker the flower dries the better, therefore the more absorbent the drying papers the better. I just use phone books to press, but I just play around, mostly with foliage. josh

Here is a link that might be useful: Earlier threads

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