Print These! Minimal Bathroom Wall Art

Printable bathroom wall art: Scrub-a-dub

Decorating a bathroom can be tricky business. Not only is wall mostly space occupied by unmovable objects (like towel racks, shelving, or the tub) making the space tricky to decorate, but the washroom is also the most humid room in the house! When it comes to hanging wall art, you have to find pieces that are either moisture-resistant (like metal or acrylic), or pieces that don’t need to stand up to the test of time. This is where printable bathroom wall art comes in. Continue Reading

12 Design-y Printable Cards & Tags For Dad

12 Design-y Printable Cards For Dad

Father’s Day is right around the corner. Whether you’re making his gift, or picking it up at the store, add a personal touch with one of these fun printable cards & tags! Dad will surely appreciate it this year! 

 

 

1. Show love for Papa Bear! Get it on Little Luxuries Loft!

 

2. If you give Dad an annual tie, wrap it up with this classic touch! Continue Reading

How To: Create Your Own Printed Fabric with Toilet Paper Rolls!

created at: 09/27/2012

First rolling pins and now empty toilet paper rolls? People are getting pretty creative these days when it comes to printing tools — and we love it!     

created at: 09/27/2012

Mareth from Lime Riot put this clever technique to use in creating custom fabric for (a very adorable) homemade tote bag. All you need to do it yourself is a tote bag, fabric paint, and an empty toilet paper roll. You can probably figure out what to do from there, but check out a few tips and pointers for keeping your circles looking sharp over on Lime Riot!

How To: Make Your Own Block Prints!

created at: 10/25/2011

Block printing, a printing method that involves carving an image in relief, has been around since the dawn of time (okay, not quite that long, but almost).  You’re probably most familiar with woodcut or woodblock printing, but today we’re going to show you a common variant called linocut!  So, are you ready to learn a new skill?  Let’s go!  

created at: 10/25/2011

Linocut printing, which uses linoleum blocks instead of wood, is pretty easy to pick up, but like any skill, takes time to master.   Continue Reading

Make It: Affordable DIY Potato Print Art!

created at: 07/06/2011

A home isn’t complete without art on the walls but let’s face it: art can be expensive, not to mention the potential cost of framing said pieces.  If your bare walls are screaming out for a little art lovin’, we’ve got a DIY solution that’ll make a big impact on your space – not your wallet!  

With a budget dedicated to the practical essentials, splurging on original art or custom framing wasn’t really an option for Jordan Ferney, a letterpress printer, party planner, and prolific blogger (Oh Happy Day, anyone?).   Continue Reading

How to Screen Print with Mod Podge

 

Did you know that you can use everyone’s favorite decoupage medium to screen print? Yup. And it seems pretty easy too. Mod Podge Amy gives us all the deets as well as a list of supplies to get started.

  • an embroidery hoop
  • sheer material or a curtain panel (Amy picked her’s up at the Dollar Store for, yes, a dollar)
  • screen printing ink (Amy suggests Speedball)
  • Mod Podge, Fabric
  • a flat paint brush
  • a sheet of paper
  • a pencil
  • something on to which to screen print (Amy used a cotton tote bag in her tute)
  • scissors

Follow this link to Mod Podge Rocks for the rest of the story. 

Curbly Video Podcast: How To Print Custom, One-of-a-Kind Apparel with Skreened.com.

created on: 07/22/08

Skreened.com fulfills not only the American, but the ultimate, international dream of all humankind: to have anything you could ever desire printed on a t-shirt.

created on: 07/22/08Skreened’s technique is efficient and durable full-color process that lays soft, water-based prints right onto the garment. So you can get just one, just for you, with no setup fees, or minimal orders. Plus, Skreened’s approach uses sweatshop-free apparel, prints without harmful chemicals, and avoids corporate retailers, allowing independent artists to distribute their work in ways everyone can feel good about. Continue Reading