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I am now able to create 200-mesh screens in all sizes. These screens can be used to print fine detail that works well for invitations and fine art.

*Image Requirements
Your image must be a graphic, black-and-white design. If using a photograph, you need to threshold the image or run a stamp filter on it, isolate key components or use a halftone filter. I will be happy to do this for you as I realize not everyone has PS. This can also be done using image effects in Word or using PS Elements (http:\/\/\/2009\/04\/from-photograph-to-thermofax-majority.html). Or I recommend downloading a free graphics software like GIMP.

Images should be emailed to me as JPEGs, at desired dimensions and 200 dpi. Email image to: amy [!at]

**Screen price

Medium Screens - $15 ($5 service + $10 for screen)+ $3 shipping (USPS First-Class within the US)
Appx. a half of a Letter sized sheet of paper
Recommended image area: 4x7 inches
Screen area on frame: 4 3\/4 x 8 inches
Frame size: 8 x 10 1\/2 inches

***Please specify whether you want 200-mesh for paper or 70-mesh for fabric

For a step-by-step explanation of how the screens are made visit my blog here:

For information on which mesh size you need and which inks I recommend: http:\/\/\/blog\/?p=1057

For instructions on screenprinting with thermofax screens go to:

Also, be sure to read the FAQ:

Screenprinting Screen, custom made with your image on it --- Frame-Mounted, Medium