The 200ml of emulsion is plenty to expose not only the included 50 sheets, but also much more. You can use the extra emulsion and try to make Cyanotypes on your own textiles (natural fibers such as cotton or silk) or other types of papers you have. The components in powder form can be kept for several years. Once prepared with water, each bottle of solution can be kept (separate) for a year or so.
The two chemicals you need for your cyanotype emulsion are included: ferric ammonium citrate and potassium ferricyanide.
You’ll be ready in no time to continue making even more impressive blue artwork and prints, to frame on your wall or share with friends and family.Did you enjoy your Cyanotype DIY kit, and you’d like to extend the fun and create even more beautiful blue prints?
This is a refill pack but can easily be used without the starter pack. It contains new paper and the 2 Cyanotype solutions (A+B) in powder form, so you can refill the original bottles from your kit or use a couple of recycled glass jam jars instead.
The refill pack contains :
- – Refill instructions in EN + DE + NL + FR (+ link to the video demonstration).
- – 200ml of cyanotype emulsion – in powder form, just add water.
- – 50 sheets of assorted papers with different textures.
- – disposable gloves and paper funnels.
Once your kit is mixed, you’ll be ready to make even more beautiful botanical cyanotypes at home, without a darkroom. Use the power of the sun, and your selection of found leaves and flowers.