I don't remember when and where I first saw strikingly beautiful cyanotypes by Anna Atkins (look her up, you won't regret it). A chance to try my hand at the technique was priceless. The process involved in using Sun Paper is very simple and painless, it doesn't involve a darkroom and chemicals, which makes it a great introduction to photography or just a fantastic plaything for children (I bought 2 sets for 10 year-old twins, but I suspect that the person who'd be playing with it would be their dad). As far as photographic creativity goes, it really got me thinking about the way to utilize Sun Paper, and that in itself was very satisfying. So far I've bought 8 sets, just ordered other two, and will be buying more - can I have a discount, please, as a loyal customer?
I am in doubt as to how to rate the durability - I mean, it's PAPER! - so I left it blank.