• Time

    45 Minutes

  • Skill Level

    Beginner

$9.00

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  • Learn how to make your own custom prints with Christine Schmidt. At the end of this class, you’ll know how to work different printing techniques to create DIY designs for paper goods like cardstock, wrapping paper and notebooks, to name a few.

    In just under an hour, you’ll learn how to choose and mix inks, carve a stamp, and print using monograph and collagraph techniques. Just think of all the things you could make with those skills. We’re thinking custom wrapping paper, awesome invites, and one-of-a-kind artwork.

    Oh, by the way, once you purchase the class, we’ll send a confirmation email with a link to watch the class. Your access never expires, and you can continue to access the class from the email link or from your Orders page.

    • Introduction
    • Supplies Overview
    • Choosing + Mixing Inks
    • Monograph Printing
    • Collagraph Printing
    • Carving Stamps
    • Tips + Tricks
  • All you need to take this course are the supplies listed below and the class worksheets prepared by Christine that are available for download after purchase.


    SUPPLIES NEEDED TO TAKE THE CLASS:



    CLASS WORKSHEETS INCLUDE:


    • Monotype Template
    • Callograph Foam Stamp Template
    • Carve-A-Stamp Template

About the Instructor

Christine Schmidt

Christine Schmidt

Christine’s art career began in primary school when she won a local grocer’s coloring contest. Since then, she’s moved to San Francisco, created a line of hand-printed cards and gifts, and launched Yellow Owl Workshop. Her creative goods studio takes pride in its ecologically aware and U.S. made products that include rubber stamps, ink pads, greeting cards and a line of exquisite gold pendants.


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