This drypoint card can be traced from a photograph into a simple line drawing. A mono-printed red breast is made with a swipe of an inky thumb and will be slightly different on each card you print! This method uses a press but you can see a press-less method here. Use a piece of drypoint … Continue reading "Drypoint Robin Christmas Card"
This card is such a quick make and is so easy to print in large quantities with Versacraft ink pads. A pencil eraser is a resourceful and quick way to print the berries! Draw the leaf shapes onto a piece of Mastercut or another stamping block. Use a lino tool to carve around the edges … Continue reading "Easy Stamped Holly Christmas Card"
This is a great option to print with children. Safeprint sheets of polystyrene are brilliant for quick printing. You need hardly any materials – the patterns are printed with the end of a biro! You’ll just need to cut out theshape for them as, to get neat edges, it needs to be done with a … Continue reading "Safeprint Bauble Christmas Card"
These cutout snowflakes make the perfect paper stencils for a screen printed card. Layered up with silver ink, these cards are so Christmassy, we couldn’t stop printing them! To make a snowflake, start with a small square of paper. Fold in half diagonally and then half again. Fold the left side towards the middle and … Continue reading "Screen Printed Snowflake Christmas Card"