This pile of Ginger...
became this dark brown stain on the paper....
Top side in direct contact with Ginger, underside of paper shown below. I was surprised to get brown of this shade. I thought Ginger would create rust or mustard tones.
The tea leaves below became...
Wonderful brown patches! I love this shade but I'm a bit worried about it's lifespan
as tea also attracted mold which the Ginger did not.
Vintage brown card album pages wrapped the flattened Ginger and tea piles.
It became much lighter and quite a lot more vintage looking!
The brown paper bag that wrapped the piles and sat beneath the cloth gave me my favorite results!
I'm stoked with this! All shades of fabulous brown and 100% Eco friendly!
The formerly white string and cream velvet curtain off-cuts...
The bandage was also once white, the results here are my second favorite.
I can't wait to put this to good use!
Now I just have to decide what will become of all this! Nature certainly was good to me and gave me plenty to play with. My last few bundles gave me only mild results and I was disappointed. Doing the erosion bundle project for a 2nd year (and Seth Dis-Co project the year before that) has given me the chance to improve on my bundle contents. I guess you could say this bundle was a bit more intellectual than the others! haha. I really thought it out and didn't leave as much to chance. That said the biggest unknown factor was the BIGGEST factor of all...Mother Nature!
Thanks to Kris for hosting this!