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Monday, November 24, 2014


I've seen a lot of monprinting in my time but this was a new twist I never saw coming.

I am going to do a few designs on paper in preparation for my monoprinting session.

I cut pieces of paper from a 36" roll of tracing paper. It made things very easy.


  1. Mono printing is exciting because it is not predictable. I have done a little with thickened dyes on heavy vinyl and fabric paint on a Gelli plate so I am interested to se where you are headed with this post. Thanks.

  2. You have my undivided attention!!!

  3. Brilliant! I will have to try this. Thank you for bringing it to our attention.

  4. Wow! New to me as well. I'll be trying this!


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