You need to put it in a deep mold and pour resin over it. wish i knew how to do that :( but i can point u to some tutorials that can tell u what to do!
Hey thanks Kash, but it sounds damn complex. Wish you were here to do it all for me! ;-PI've just pressed it between the pages of a book and will stick it in my journal later. I did once paint a twisted leaf with resin though. It lasted a long time. Didn't know what to do with the rest of the tin of resin though.
Oh yeah! Great idea Priya. It's divine.
Isn't it Kylie? Love finding these treasures :)
Priya, One question - I can see that you read extensively - if I were to ask you to name 10 of your favorite books, which would they be?
Hi Asma,What an interesting question.Give me some time and I'll answer it in a blog post.
Hey Priya, this is the most beautiful leaf.. what tree does it come from?Thanks for asking for sketchbook pages... I'll collect up some photos and plan a post of sketchbook pages in a while for you :)x Rima
Hi Rima, it is isn't it? It is from the Taebubia (Pink Trumpet)tree growing in my garden. Here is a pic from google: (http://www.flickr.com/photos/blackdiamondimages/3422952666/lightbox/)The leaf has been distorted however by whatever was growing on it.I am REALLY looking forward to your post :-)
aaaaahhhh, it's beatiful!resin would ruin the effect in my opinion, but would definitely keep the leaf... so it might still be a good idea... ask someone, i'm sure it's not that difficult. :)xoxoagnes:)
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