Sun printing is always fun. You never know what your going to get and may never use what you make who doesn't like playing with paint and leaves?
In case you don't know how - this is what you do
Pin the corners of your washed fabric to a piece of styrofoam or you could tape it to cardboard - something flat that you can carry outside. Spray it down with water.
Blob out your fabric paints (I use setacolor but any will do) add a little water if you like or don't.
Paint it onto the fabric. I would not use black again but I had a lot of it to use up and was going for a night sky thing. Hindsight, should have used dark blue. - oh well :-)
I even tried adding yellow to jazz it up but the black just overwhelmed it.
But anyway, you go out a grab some leaves or flowers and lay them on the fabric.
On this there is bee balm, queens Ann lace and ragweed
You set it out in the sun to dry.
Take off the foliage and surprise!
I like how the bee balm flowers came out although I still don't like the black.
So I tried green