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DIY screenprinting - Even a kid can do it
posted February 5 2011 8:56.36 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Screenprinting is a fascinating technique for printing artwork on clothes, project boxes and other materials. I really did not know how to do it, and i thought that it required expensive machines and equipment. Far from true. Sylvia from Sylvia’s Maker Show shows a very simple -really- method for screenpronting, giving the basis to those who knows nothing about this technique.

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Tags: chemistry   diy   games and fun   artistic   tips   theory/tutorial   

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