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How to Print Anything on Anything

Twelve easy-to-follow projects demonstrate time-honored printing techniques for decorating gift bags and coasters, transferring images to mugs and t-shirts, and embellishing other items. An introduction to materials and equipment is followed by chapters on making your own tools, creating with found objects and stamps, designing your own custom plates for relief printmaking, painting stencils, and more. Most projects employ common household items.

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April 15, 2010 release. Published by Dover Publications

DIY for all

The Maker movement is here and going strong—crafters, artisans, designers, inventors, artists, workshoppers, and DIYers with or without an artistic background all creating, designing, upcycling, and making fun, original, decorative and inspiring things. This book is for anyone who wants to make.

The projects in this book have wide appeal for ages and skills levels and encourage experimentation, invention and discovery. Do them alone, with friends or in a group. Have fun and become a printMAKER!

Author Christine Medley at The Workshop, her letterpress print studio in Scranton, PA.
(photo by Cristin Powers Photography)
The Workshop, 334 Adams Ave. Scranton, PA