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DIY

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I’m happy to be able to offer you all the advice I needed but never had when I set up my home based print studio. I once had a beautiful loft studio with a yardage production table and a $10,000 exposure unit but when it can time to fit these things into a MUCH smaller home studio I couldn’t. So I was forced to figure out how I would continue to produce professional quality screen prints in a home studio. That’s what this book is all about- and it will teach you everything I know about how to screen print. You’ll learn how to build a screen, coat, expose and print an image. You’ll also learn how to do repeating patterns and so much more! This $4.97 will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars and get you earning money fast. Buy the E-book now.

Here are some screen shots from the e-book.

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Your Junk My Genius!

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This is the new video I shot with a friend. I wanted to show how CMYK halftone printing can be used in a real world application. You can eatch it on my videos page  Your Junk My Genius episode 1 or download it to watch on your mobile or desktop. YJMG – Mobile 1 Hope you […]

Read more → August 26, 2009

Monster Brooch DIY Project From Blythe Church

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Blythe Church created this adorable monster brooch project for PrintCutSew!  Materials needed: Thick felt or fleece for the monster body, white craft felt for the teeth and red craft felt for the mouth, 1/4″ eyelets for the eyes or small buttons if you prefer, brooch pin, needle and thread.   Step 1: Begin by making […]

Read more → February 21, 2009

Printed Lace? It’s Easy and Quick. Here’s How!

Silkscreen printed lace is the easiest and most cost effective way or making a little lace go along way. This tutorial teaches you how to do it with a few simple items from home.

Read more → November 23, 2008

Easy Pet Portrait Silkscreen Project

Do you want to immortalize your little fur-ball on your stuff? Then follow this DIY silkscreen project to create your own pet portrait silhouette that’s easy cheap and quick. Best of you can make it from just a few simple items from home and a quick trip to the craft store. Enjoy!

Read more → November 22, 2008