Original Hand Screen Printed Art Prints and Note Cards

Chicago, Illinois · 337 Sales


Original Hand Screen Printed Art Prints and Note Cards

Chicago, Illinois 337 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
Sarah Santi

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Sarah Santi

Blue Folk Circle Screenprint
Black Folk Circle
School Bus Print
Folk Quilt Print
Folk Sun Print
Over the Mountain Screenprint
White Circle Pattern Screen Print
Yellow Field Screen Print
Totem Screen Print
Feathers Screen Print
Mountain Flower Screen Print
Feather Flower Screen Print
Swan Rorschach Screen Print
Sky & Earth Print
Semi Truck Print
Folk Flower Print
Folk Pattern 2 Screen Print
Fire Truck Screen Print
Folk Pattern 1 Screen Print
Blue River Screen Print
Camp Bear Screen Print
Day At Camp Screen Print
Mountain Farm Screen Print


Average item review
5 out of 5 stars

bodhitree3 on Jul 31, 2016

5 out of 5 stars
Sara N Motley

Sara N Motley on May 26, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Love this print, high quality and looks great!


Margaret on Oct 13, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Love this print and well shipped!

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for the love of getting one's hands dirty...

Way back when in 2007, after the birth of my first son, I was on a hunt for a new creative outlet. I missed my college art classes and felt my full time job wasn't quite creative enough. I took a screen printing lesson from the incredible Steve Walters, of the famous Screwball Press in Chicago. I printed/tinkered at Screwball for a few years and have since moved my humble operation to my basement, with the help of my very patient husband. It remains a small labor of love, sticking to its original roots and purpose: feeding my desire to make art.

Here's hoping the ride lasts long...


Shop members

  • Sarah Santi

    Owner, Illustrator, Printer, Maker

Shop policies

Last updated on December 26, 2012
Welcome to the shop! Most items on here are hand screen printed art prints. I take utmost care in my work so you are assured the highest quality piece. If you have any questions, please feel free to send a message. Please remember, there may be slight variation in color from computer screen to print. It's impossible to match!

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I accept major credit cards and PayPal. I need your payment before I can ship the goods.
I package your goods in a sturdy shipping tube for protection and send them through the good old United States post office. If you have any special requests, send them my way.
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I want to ensure you are happy with your purchase. Please convo me with any problems and I will do my best to remedy.
Additional policies and FAQs
I hope you love your Yellowlion art for a long time. Now what to do about displaying/framing...

A quick note to start...
I’ve seen some beautiful art displays using everything from simple silver push pins, wooden pants hangers, clothespins, clipboards, you name it. These methods look elegant and simple, also great to use if you’re like me and enjoy swapping your art around every now and then. Never feel like you have to frame your print in order to enjoy it!

Let‘s talk frames...

12.5'’ x 19’’ PRINTS
Standard size frame options for this print: 12’’ x 16’’, 14” x 18”, 16” x 20”, 18” x 24”

19’’ x 25’’ PRINTS
Standard size frame options for this print: 18’’ x 24’’, 24” x 30”, 26“ x 34”

Standard size frames for this print: Ikea has a great Ribba frame (20 1/2” x 20 1/2”) that fits this print perfectly. Other than that, any square frame will do, you have a lot of space around the image to work with!

12.5’’ x 12.5’’ PRINTS
Standard size frames for this print: 12’’ x 12’’, 12.5" x 12.5", record album frames or any larger sqaure size if you’d like more matting area.

Standard size frames are available at any local craft or art supply store. There are also some great Etsy shops that sell beautiful handmade frames at reasonable prices. Just remember, there is no “one and only” frame size, it’s all up to what size looks good to you and the wall space you’re working with.

What about matting!?
If your print is bigger than the frame you purchased, trim it on down! Grab a ruler and xacto knife and you’re ready to rock. Frames are pretty forgiving in hiding slight cutting errors so don’t be shy! If the frame you purchased is bigger than the print, you’ll want a matte board. (Usually frames come with a matte board but they don’t always fit around the image area perfectly.)

Matte board options
DIY - matte board cutters and matte boards are available at any art supply store (mine come from Dick Blick). The matte cutter takes a bit to get used to and you’ll probably mess a few up (I know I did) so practice on some scrap first. The outside measurements will be the same size as your frame and the inside window size is totally up to you. I’d suggest measuring the actual image area on the print and go from there. The right size is whatever feels easy on your eyes.
Professionally cut matte board - Even if you purchase a standard size frame you can still have a custom matte board cut at any fine framing establishment of your choosing. You give them your measurements and they give you a perfectly cut matte board. Simple as pie...

Last but not least, a word on professional framing...
Professional framing is beautiful no doubt, but can cost far more than the actual artwork itself. The perks include UV protected glass, archival matting and of course the ease of not having to do it yourself. Professional framing is always a great option and I’ve seen many a Groupon, etc. for framing discounts. Craft stores like Michaels and Joann Fabrics will periodically have 50% off framing sales as well, so if you do want to get your print professionally done up, there are some eases in cost.