I decided to move the wet screens out doors today...
This is day 2....and they still have areas of wet dye
A few hours in the sunshine helped to dry them
This screen had the cardboard sleeves from a Starbucks Coffee
This screen had a rubber pad that you put under a carpet
to prevent it from slipping
Bubble Wrap and Corrugated Card Board
Round Rubber Disks to prevent slipping in the tub
Rubber Bands and bubble wrap
Wire Mesh Paper Plate Holder
and Starbucks Coffee Cup Sleeves
Round plastic caps off of all sorts of bottles and containers
Wire Mesh that you put over rain gutters to keep leaves out
Plastic Wrap scrunched up and left to dry all wrinkled
Bathtub non slip rings, metal hooks, paper clips, pop tops from cans
I found a few more items I wanted to try out...
I mixed up another quart of thickened paste and made
5 more screens........these are addicting!
Wire Mesh......Back of Screen
Wire Mesh......Front of Screen.....Not dry yet.
Several colors of thickened dye....drawn out in lines
Disposable Gloves......Back Side of Screen
Disposable Gloves.....Front Side of Screen.....Not dry Yet.
There will be a lot more wrinkles as this dries out.
Plastic Mesh Grid......Back of Screen
Plastic Mesh Grid......Front Side.....Not Dry Yet.
Time to pack up the screens
and round up the rest of the supplies
for the Screen Printing Play Day on Wednesday...
More to Come!
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CLICK HERE to view: Part 1 Deconstructed Screen Printing
CLICK HERE to view: Fabric Dyeing Workshop June 16, 2012
CLICK HERE to view: Thermofax Screen Printing
May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,