Crafternoon: Cyanotype Holiday Cards

Crafternoon: Cyanotype Holiday Cards


December 1, 2018, 1-4pm


Ditch the generic card and make something unique this holiday season. Invented in 1843, cyanotype is a chemical photographic process that is only sensitive to UV light and is famous for its blue color. It is perfect for beginners as it is also one of the cheapest and most user-friendly of the chemical photographic processes. In this mini-workshop we will use cyanotype to print photographs or make photograms (a term for using objects as negatives) to send as holiday cards. Bring a friend or come solo so you can send all your loved ones something to surprise them with your amazing artistic abilities!

Workshops have no minimum of enrollment requirement but the maximum is 6 students. Crafternoons are non-refundable though we will work with you to reschedule when possible.

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