How to Start Screen Printing Add a more graphic dimension to your art work with this easy-to-follow beginner's guide to screen printing. The results may look far more impressive and detailed but at its heart, screen printing is basically a stencilling process. The paint is applied directly on a silk screen stretched between a wooden frame, but it is the stencil beneath which controls where the paint mix settles. Like many printing processes, screen printing has its origins in the Far East but it only really began to gain popularity in Europe at the start of the 20th century, when fine silk meshes became more readily available. In the 1960s, the process became synonymous with Andy Warhol, whose famous Pop Art renditions of Marilyn Monroe, electric chairs and soup cans were all variations on screen printing, using photo emulsion.
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DIY: 10 Pretty Little Clutches Ten pretty little clutches that you can easily make at home. The clutch is, without a doubt, this fall’s it-bag. Instead of dropping major dough on one, revamp one that you already have or make one yourself from scratch. Here are ten of our favorite DIY clutch projects, some which require as little as tape and spray paint. Placemat Clutch Sometimes you come across things that are so brilliant in their simplicity that you can’t believe you never thought of it yourself. This DIY placemat clutch by Vannalisa Scafaria is such a thing.
Hair Ties Made with DIY Pipe Cleaner Roses My niece made me a rose pipe cleaner ring for Mother’s Day and I thought it was such a cute craft, I had to make some for myself. Instead of making it into a ring, I decided to wrap the roses around hair ties to create adorable hair accessories! These would make the cutest favors for a birthday party, or you could even tie them around the top of a gift bag to add a little something extra. Pipe Cleaners in the color of your choice for the rose (I used Pink)Green Pipe CleanersElastic Hair Ties Line up six colored pipe cleaners and place the hair tie in the center. Twist the piper cleaners around the elastic band twice.
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Homemade Christmas Ornaments and Decorations This post was written by my awesome mother, Kathy. A while back, in a post on personalized holiday gifts my mom left this comment that prompted many requests for the recipes: “Another way to decommercialize Christmas or any holiday is to get together as a family and create homemade decorations for the Christmas tree and the home. It can be done while sharing a meal together and brings a sense of the elusive Christmas cheer that we seek so hard to recreate in our lives from the television commercials while at the mall spending our hard earned dollars on decorations and gifts. One of Matt’s personal favorites is to make paper chains out of colored construction paper. One of mine is to create salt dough ornaments with cookie cutters and then after baking them, paint them and spray them with some sort of lacquer.