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  • Chris Mueller

    avie designs: EASY PEASY DIY SCREEN PRINTING I think I can do it based on this one image alone. Get an embroidery hoop, some silk, a credit card, fabric paint, contact paper and get printing. All you have to do is cut your design out of contact paper, adhere it to your little screen and get printing. The credit card acts as a squeegee.

  • Melinda Combs Meadows

    Easy screen printing using an embroidery hoop, some silk, a credit card, fabric paint and contact paper

  • Erin Uelk

    small scale silk screen printing Get an embroidery hoop, some silk, a credit card, fabric paint, contact paper and get printing. All you have to do is cut your design out of contact paper, adhere it to your little screen and get printing. The credit card acts as a squeegee.

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