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Printmaking 101: Water colour Monotype Process by Yolanda Frederikse  Very clear explanation of her process backed up with images. S

Printmaking 101: Watercolor Monotype Process

Printmaking 101: Water colour Monotype Process by Yolanda Frederikse Very clear explanation of her process backed up with images. S

Some tips on printing with a Print Gocco #diy #printgocco #gocco

Some tips on printing with a Print Gocco #diy #printgocco #gocco

How to Print Fabric with Print Gocco - CraftStylish

How to Print Fabric with Print Gocco

how to print on fabric- did this recently and it worked fabulously!  i used a fabric glue stick that I had instead of a spray adhesive and it worked fine.

how to print on fabric- did this recently and it worked fabulously! i used a fabric glue stick that I had instead of a spray adhesive and it worked fine.

TOTALLY Need to add this to my craft tools!! A personal screen printing machine!! SO COOL!! It's smaller than the Yudu, and more for cardmaking..COOL!!!

Gocco Printing: A How-To Video

TOTALLY Need to add this to my craft tools!! A personal screen printing machine!! SO COOL!! It's smaller than the Yudu, and more for cardmaking..COOL!!!

Such cool effects can be achieved in Gelli® printing using a simple piece of folded paper. Watch this video t o see the interest...

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Such cool effects can be achieved in Gelli® printing using a simple piece of folded paper. Watch this video t o see the interest...

I started with an ATC sized base, cut in cardstock. I placed the base on a small styrofoam plate, and traced around it with a pencil. I always have these plates laying around my work room, because I use them as pain palettes—I buy them in gigantic stacks at my local dollar store.

I started with an ATC sized base, cut in cardstock. I placed the base on a small styrofoam plate, and traced around it with a pencil. I always have these plates laying around my work room, because I use them as pain palettes—I buy them in gigantic stacks at my local dollar store.

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