How to make a Placenta Print - painting happy little trees of life with doula Angie Hotz

December 26, 2017

I get asked all the time by clients and other placenta encapsulation specialists about how I make my colorful placenta prints. So, I channeled a bit of Bob Ross and made a video of my process after I made the placenta tour video.

 I use Wiltons food coloring gel and paint it on the placenta after it has been rinsed and the amniotic sacs have been trimmed off. I then use watercolor paper to make the print.  The placenta is then rinsed and wiped off again before processing for making placenta pills. Easy peasy when you know how. Happy Printing! 

 

Cheers,

Angie 

 

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