Sunday, August 5, 2012

Screen Printing!

Hi everyone! I have a VERY exciting tutorial to show you today!

Screen printing! This is a shirt that Amy Anderson created, using Mod Podge and just a few other materials! Isn't it awesome?!

Here's a tutorial from Kristy on how to get this crafty, screen print look!
 Find an image you link online, and print it out onto sturdy paper..

Then attach your screen to an embroidery hoop..

 Trace your image onto the screen using a pencil..

Mod Podge the parts of the image you DON'T want to have painted (the parts you want 0 paint on when the image is on your shirt)

 Once that's dried, cover the image with a paint color of your choice..

Remove your screened hoop, and you're all done!

Recreate with these supplies for similar results:
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Try out these paints!

I hope you try out this technique, I'm already excited to share it with all my friends!
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65 comments:

  1. Wow!! Fabulous tutorial, thanks!!
    xx

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  2. Ooh, I love the screen printed look, Tres chic! :)

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  3. Awesome tutorial here, and a great idea touse on some boring t-shirts, and also a great way to make something special and personal for the kids. Thanks sooo much for sharing this cool tutorial with us here, I´m definitely going to try it out here with the grandkids sometime soon, that´s for sure, as I´m certain, they´re going to love ity.

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  4. Love the new screen printing techniques...very cool...thanks for sharing it with us today.

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  5. The T-Shirt Looks So Cool..Love the Screen Printing..Thanks for Sharing :)

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  6. Wow, i have never even thought of doing something like that before. It looks pretty easy! tfs!

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  7. That is such a great idea. I think I will start with a much easier image to trace. TFS!

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  8. This is something interesting...

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  9. What a cool project ... looks reasonably easy too!

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  10. This is SOOOO cool! I never would have thought I could screen print at home!

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  11. Wow this is cool! I have to try it!

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  12. This is very cool. Thanks for the step by step tutorial!

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  13. Wow, this is awesome. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Clever idea. I have pinned this.

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  15. Great project! I'd love to make a customized shirt.

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  16. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Neat technique! I think I'll have to try it sometime.

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  18. What a cool technique, thanks for sharing another project to make with modge podge!!!

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  19. What a good idea. I love it. It looks so easy to do.
    Thanks for sharing
    Linda

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  20. What a fabulous idea - we will all be wearing designer tee shirts

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  21. What a cool technique. Will pin this one for future use. Thanks for sharing this with us. Great idea!

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  22. Oh wow that is soo cool. And I think I have all the materials to give it a try.

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  23. Wow, that is a great way to try a small screen print. Very neat idea to use an embroidery hoop rather than having to built your own frame. And cool idea to use modge podge. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  24. WOW - Amazing technique. Need to try this.

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  25. What an awesome idea! love it!

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  26. What a wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing.

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  27. I love screen-printing, but have never tried it at home. This looks doable!

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  28. great idea! i dont know if i would have the patience for it, though! it turned out so professional looking
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  29. Great idea - I never would have thought that would work!

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  30. Stephanie PezoletAugust 5, 2012 at 6:13 PM

    This is a great idea, which I had never heard of before. I just put what I need to try it out in my cart :) Thanks for the inspiration and the useful links too!
    stephpezstampin at hotmail dot com

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  31. Thanks for the great idea. It's on my ever-growing to-do list!

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  32. This is so interesting! thank you!

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  33. Thanks for sharing a great project idea! It looks like it would be fun!

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  34. very cool! amazing how easy it is, definitely going to try it!! Thank you!

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  35. This is awesome! Thanks for sharing!

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  36. Very cool, looks super easy :)

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  37. Who knew this could be so easy! Great idea, fabulous look! TFS!

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  38. thanks for the tutorial, I will surely try it out!!! Thanks so much

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  39. This is really neat. I can now personalize items for my grandchildren. Thanks!

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  40. what a cool idea. Will really have to study it to see how you got the words to print so cleanly

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  41. Wow. I'm impressed that someone came up with this. I learned how to screen the old fashioned way but never wanted to invest in all the products needed. Imagine the possibilities...! There are so many cool images to try this with.

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  42. What a FUN project to do with the KIDOOS!

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  43. I would have never have thought of that. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  44. Neat trick.Thanks for the tute.

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  45. WOW, I need to go check that our again. That is toooo cool.

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  46. Wow that's amazing! I've never seen anything like that! So cool!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  47. PLEASE!!!! do a video on how to do this! its so cool!!!!

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  48. Yes that is really cool and different, I will try it and I am here to discuss about the photography that is taking excellent pictures is damn hard as you need to find a perfect perspective and consider the perfect timing. To achieve brilliant photography you need practice and patience. However, it is worth it: the results can be truly stunning.

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  49. Great tutorial and great prints, they look good.

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