Sun prints with photosensitive paper are easy to make, even on a cloudy day. In a dimly lit room, we placed the photosensitive paper from the sun print kit on a cookie sheet and arranged a comb, a dime, a safety pin, Thomas the Tank Engine, and a leaf on top of the paper. The plexiglass cover from the sun print kit wouldn’t fit on top because the train was too bulky. We carried the tray outside to the porch and set it down in the sunlight. Five minutes later, the paper had lightened. We carried the tray back inside and placed the sun print paper in cold water in the sink. Four minutes later, we removed a beautiful sun print and placed it on a paper towel to dry.
Sun Print Kit
The Sun Print Kit lets you experience a chemical reaction triggered by sunlight. Place a fern, flower, or other object on the special paper, and set it in the sun. Rinse the paper in water, and watch as a beautiful, long-lasting image appears. Used in…
Sun Print Kit (Amazon)
Sun Print Refill
The Sun Print Refill contains an additional twelve 4″x4″ sheets of photosensitive paper.
Super Sun Print Kit
The Super Sunprint Kit lets you experience a chemical reaction triggered by sunlight. Place an object with a distinct outline on the special photosensitive paper, cover it with the plexiglass overlay, and set it in the sun. Rinse the paper in water, and…
Super Sun Print Kit (Amazon)
Super Sun Print Refill
Super Sunprint Refill contains an additional 15 (8 x 12 in.) sheets of photosensitive paper.