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Tedco 8" X 10" Sun Art Paper Kit - 15 sheets

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Product Description

These kits use the energy of sunlight and water to create a shadow print on 8" x 10" sun-sensitive paper. Natural objects like flowers, leaves, shells or some man-made objects are all you need to make beautiful and unique prints. You can also use old negatives for a unique project! Make several images in different sizes, single frame each or use a collage frame and display a wall of creativity at home or school.

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Product Dimensions 9 x 11 x 0.1 inches
Item Weight 7.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B002KSKTG0
Manufacturer recommended age 6 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #2,214 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#52 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Science
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I love this product and it's a great introduction to photography for kids. Took it to my child's school for science visit in 3rd grade - all kids had a blast. There were 26 children, so I cut the sheets in four quarters and had plenty left over. I also brought cut up transparency sheets, flat card board boxes (used cereal boxes) for support and big paper clips. We asked kids a few days before to bring in little ornate objects for this experiment. In the beginning of the visit I gave out card board, transparency, paper clips and sun paper (upside down). Kids had to write their names on the back of the sun paper for tracking. Then told them to arrange these in the following order: card board, sun paper, their object, put transparency on top and secure with the paper clips. We left it out for a few minutes next to the window while I explained the process. After that I had kids come up to the table (three at a time) where I prepared three tubs with "lemon" water to rinse out their creation. The look on kids faces was amazing as they saw the picture "pop out" in water. I had to replace water a few times as it became blue and it was hard to see picture pop out. I also recommend wearing gloves, as my hands were pretty blue after working with so many pictures.
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Bought this for a History of Photography project and it was a lot of fun. Took the paper into my makeshift darkroom (bathroom)and cut paper into 4x5's and took it to my daughters pre-school to make these sun prints. It was a fun learning experience and so neat to see your pictures come to life right in front of you. I like how it comes w/ plexi glass as it helps hold down leafs and flowers. I would also suggest to rinse the paper in lemon water, I got a more vivid blue.
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Worked surprisingly well. We added a little lemon juice to the water when rinsing the print (we read that it makes the image more vivid).
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I purchased these 8x10 sheets and then cut each one in half, making 30 5x7 pieces of paper. We used them with children ages 4-12 and each student was successful in making his/her own sun print. If using with a group, make sure the items used are heavy enough to not blow away in the wind - there is only one acrylic board and no one wants to wait that long, so using heavier objects is key. If you only have a few children, then leaves and twigs works wonderfully. I read some reviews that discounted the need for dipping the completed picture in water. I tried it both ways - the water is a MUST! I did follow the advice to include a few drops of lemon juice in the water. The print continues to process over time, becoming a beautiful work of art. Your student will enjoy this! Educational value - it can increase if you have a student who will listen to or research HOW sun prints work :)
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Sun Art Kits make a great gift for any young photographer. In general they're a fun craft/science project for any sunny day. You can create some really beautiful photos with this, though it may take a few tries, especially if it's new for everyone. Just set up whatever you want to take a picture of so the sun is shining through it and onto the paper. When you expose the paper the longer you do it the more striking the contrast will be. Tons of fun, I would highly recommend this. Smaller paper is also available here SunArt Paper 5x7; UV Sensitive Rayograph Paper KIT [Toy].
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I have used other Sun (blueprint) paper but this product worked great. Its helpful to consider objects that are opaque and translucent. Opaque objects naturally produce shadow prints with no detail in the white (shadow area, but translucent objects like white flowers, thick clear plastic that is rigged or embossed produce fascinating patterns with detail in the white (shadow) area. I would not only consider this for child projects. Its great for adults also. Soon I will be doing a project with Military Veterans and I know they will love this project. I highly recommend this product for quality and its price.....a very good buy.
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Works just as shown with very vivid colors if the cyanotypes are soaked in water with a few drops of lemon juice.
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I've ordered these many times now and they are just superb. They are the perfect entrypoint for people who are interested in learning about cyanotypes. Once you practice with these I highly recommend getting the cyanotype supplies and making your own paper - because then you can make tshirts, greeting cards, and all sorts of other things for far less money!

I see lots of reviews talking about kids using these, which is great, but I'll note they're also fantastic for adult artists. They help one explore an entirely new style of creativity. And cyanotypes are as ancient as photography, starting at nearly the exact same time. They're just blue!

Well recommended
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