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This image set contains 4 flower designs that are meant to be cut apart and taped individually for use. Flowers are approximately 3 x 3 inches in size. Top: daisy and lily; bottom: pink and sunflower. Each may be purchased individually but the collection saves $. The screens include additional space around the image for taping.

This screen can be used on fabric, paper, or other mixed media surfaces. Use with screen printing inks, textile paints or thickened dyes. If using on paper: fabric and paper absorb paint in different ways as do different types of paper. When using paper you will need to try different amounts and brands of paint with different viscosity to be sure you are getting the coverage you wish. You may need to use a different type of paint on paper than you would use on fabric to get the results you desire. The texture of the paper may also affect the results.

When you receive the screen, it will need to be duct taped on the edges before use. You can find a tutorial on taping on my blog at http://threadfiberfabricpaint.blogspot.com/2012/12/tutorial-screen-taping.html.

There are more tutorials on taping and printing on the Internet. Here are a few:
Silkscreen with Thermofax by Maggie Weiss at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3dH5lStwhs
Taping a Thermofax Screen to a Frame by Lyric Kinard at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhPd721B2x4
Fiber on a Whim: How to Use a Thermofax Screen covers taping a screen and printing at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItM8AG98y8Q&feature=youtu.be
It is not necessary to use a plastic frame, but if you prefer taping to a frame, they are available at:
Welsh Products (DIY Print Supply) http://www.diyprintsupply.com/thermal-screen-supplies.aspx

Care of screens: When finished printing with a screen, immediately drop it in a pan of lukewarm water (kitty litter pans are perfect!) so the paint does not dry on the screen. Metallic paints will quickly clog a screen, so not letting the paint dry is especially important. I like to wash the screens right away (plain water is all that's needed); an old toothbrush or finger nail brush helps with cleanup. Dry them with an old towel and set aside with the plastic-coated side up to dry completely. Damp screens stacked on top of each other may stick together. Store flat (scrapbook paper storage boxes work great).

Shipping: Orders will be shipped on Saturday if received by Thursday of that week. Shipping for all orders will be in a flat rate priority envelope. Multiple screens will ship for 1 price using a flat rate priority envelope.

Copyright statement: You are welcome to use our designs to create art for yourself or gifts, but we ask that you credit us for the design in any print materials that may accompany your work, and contact us if you wish to sell items using our images.

Thermofax Screen Flower Collection

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  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: thermofax screen, thermofax, silk screen, screen
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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