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Cheap screen printing tutorial

Alright, I've finally had the time to "screen print" another shirt, so here's the tutorial...

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saportapotty
Apr. 23rd, 2008 11:50 pm (UTC)
thank you so much for this!
one question though (idk if this has been mentioned before but I'm too lazy to look through comments): How do you get MS Paint to be 'cut out' or what ever?
kashmirmindspew
Apr. 25th, 2008 06:23 pm (UTC)
For some reason the ink runs on my shirt so it looks really bad. What can I do to make it not run?
girlx512
Apr. 25th, 2008 11:25 pm (UTC)
Is the ink you have like pudding or like water? You want the stuff that's like pudding.
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emcorral
Apr. 28th, 2008 04:41 am (UTC)
screen printint tutorial
OMFG! This is great. Do you think this could work with the discharge method???
aneishikaku
May. 11th, 2008 01:07 am (UTC)
this is really helpful and cheap >w<b but is it possible to reuse the pattern? like print multiple shirts with a single piece of the sheer fabric?
mitasanstar
May. 18th, 2008 07:37 pm (UTC)
I'm pretty sure their reuseable, but I'm definately no expert. :P
yacart
May. 11th, 2008 12:56 pm (UTC)
Great Fun!
Thank you for the step by step--excellent clear instructions! Made 2 screens yest one pos and one neg--going to try 2 colors--today :-)
mitasanstar
May. 18th, 2008 07:37 pm (UTC)
Are there any simple alternatives to screen printing? Like spray painting screening ink through an aerosol can and using a cardboard stencil? What are the best methods to getting graphics on shirts? I'm just curious/new at this (:
one2five
May. 21st, 2008 04:56 pm (UTC)
No curtain sheer material/tulle/old nylons?
Can I use the pre-made screen instead of curtain sheer material/tulle/old nylons and still use the same method?
leftover_craack
Jun. 3rd, 2008 06:14 am (UTC)
Here's another way if you'd like to try it.
Find or make a stencil and print it out, place freezer paper above it, cut it out, iron the freezer paper on a fabric, then use fabric paint on it.
virtualpaperdol
Jun. 19th, 2008 05:00 am (UTC)
Thanks so much for posting this! I tried it out today and my shirt turned out great!
I love that the screens can be reused
alwaysthatfire
Jun. 25th, 2008 01:48 am (UTC)
Did yours go through the first part of your shirt?
If it didnt how were you able to do that?
acromatis
Jun. 25th, 2008 02:00 am (UTC)
unrelated, but... your bird looks just like mine! but mine is evil. props.
go_romanovs
Jun. 30th, 2008 05:43 am (UTC)
So much work! Can't I just use a stamp, inked with fabric paint???
ckandi007
Jul. 14th, 2008 10:59 pm (UTC)
Thanks for making this tutorial! I stumbled upon it when I was googling for screen printing kits and almost spent $$$ for the fancy stuff. I was so inspired that I went to Hobby Lobby and got everything I needed. I'm currently waiting for the glue to dry, but I'm really excited to see the end result!
marvinthomas
Jul. 28th, 2008 06:29 am (UTC)
Re:Screen printing
Thank you Kristy. Very much crazy about painting,craft and art. All the steps are very easy. Sure will try it out.But didn't get the 7th step.Please make it more clear.
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Marvin

http://www.concordsupplies.com/cheap-printer-ink.html
nurselucy
Jul. 31st, 2008 01:53 am (UTC)
total bad ass idea!

I'm sending this to my boyfriend's band mates we've all been looking for a way to make shirts for cheap and right now you're my savoir!=D
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