Block Printing






Block Printed bedspread and gift envelopes.


Wooden blocks are available in the market in various shapes and sizes. First place a small piece of sponge on a saucer, pour some paint on the sponge. Press the block on the sponge slightly and test if the paint has spread well by printing first on some waste paper or cloth. Practice will ensure uniformity in the print. After each print, dip the block in the paint and press again for the next print. Mix and match colours and prints as required.
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3 comments:

Anjali said...

hey gr8 work! Keep it up ! no doubt useful ideas for anyone who is a little creative

easycrafts said...

thanks Anjali

Janani G said...

great work....u have any idea about craft supplies store in bangalore where i can get block printing materials

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