I am busy pulling together video and samples for my upcoming Craftcast.com class. I’ve been experimenting with making my own customs silk screens using my Silhouette Cameo & Curio . I always look forward to my Craftcast classes. I do quite a bit of research so that my students don’t have to make all the mistakes it takes to perfect a technique.
There are so many possibilities of design, scale, and media that you can silk screen with. This is a design that I got from one of Cindy Pope’s classes on Craftcast.com. Cindy mostly works with Metal Clay and her Silhouette Studio design skills are awesome. They translate very easily to polymer clay.
The other advantage of being able to make your own silk screens is the ability to scale the designs to fit your needs. And you can also crop the designs to fit the shape you want.
And you can even create multi-color screens for your designs.
There are a ton of fabulous classes available on Craftcast.com for all kinds of projects and media. Right now there is a Spring Sale going on that gives you 30% off your entire purchase. Use code: spring2020. A perfect gift for Mother’s Day or a gift for yourself to stimulate your creativity.
And while we are all hunkered down hiding from the COVID-19 virus Alison is holding Fun at One on Wednesday afternoons. New guests each week sharing tools, inspiration, creative suppliers, and more. Drop in for a few hours of glee.