We have had a huge selection of amazing printmakers for year’s Meet the Maker feature. Take a look through our 2019 list to remind yourself of our makers and catch up of those you may have missed. Start 2020 with a dose of inspiration by reading through all the advice given out from all our … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: 2019"
We’ve had another fantastic year in the Handprinted Studio. We are so grateful to everyone who supports us by attending workshops and events, using the studio or teaching with us – thank you! Here are just a few examples of the amazing work made in the studio this year. This small sample shows examples of … Continue reading "Handprinted Studio 2019"
Use vegetables to print name place cards and gift tags. This quick, easy Christmas make is a perfect way to get the kids involved! Raid your fridge and grab a few veggies for this quick printing project. Carefully slice your chosen vegetables in half (adults only please!) Cutting them through the root or stem should … Continue reading "Christmas Veg Printed Place Names & Tags"
Describe your printmaking process. We have worked exclusively with eco-friendly water-based inks since the very early days in 2006 and screen print and digitally print most garments. We still print some garments by hand but also have an automatic screen printing carousel now, which means we can offer eco-friendly screen printing for large scale print … Continue reading "Meet the Maker: I Dress Myself"
Shirley’s star garland is a beautiful and colourful addition to your home this Christmas! Begin with several sheets of stars – print Shirley’s star template A4 page here. This long garland used 8 sheets of stars. Use whatever paper that can go through your printer – Shirley is using Kent which is thin enough to … Continue reading "Handprinted Christmas Project: Shirley’s Star Garland"
Every year we buy so much gift wrap that is only enjoyed for seconds before being thrown away. Bridget’s furoshiki fabric wrapping can be used over and over again and makes a great addition to a gift! Furoshiki is a beautiful Japanese way of wrapping parcels for gifts and travel. Use scraps of fabric leftover … Continue reading "Handprinted Christmas Project: Bridget’s Furoshiki Fabric Wrapping"