DIY Print Shop Made to Make It Screen Printing Kit
The DIY Print Shop Made to Make It® Kit is the perfect holiday gift, designed to make it easy to share the growing creative movement of DIY screen printing with your family or friends. Whether you’re a beginning screen printer with big dreams ahead or simply sharing the fun of screen printing with some of your favorite people, the DIY Print Shop Made To Make It® Kit is made to make it happen.
The new DIY Print Shop Made to Make It® Kit gives you just what you need to start your screen printing adventure immediately. Right out of the box, you’re equipped with an ultra high-quality ready to use screen designed by the rockstars at Print Liberation, and all the supplies you need from Ryonet’s own favorite collection. Have a blast learning the fundamentals of screen printing as you make your own motivational t-shirt with the FREE t-shirt included from ShirtSpace (wholesale apparel for everyone). Once you’re done with one design, just flip the screen around for another chance to express your unique style. Or, create your own t-shirt designs with savings on products from the simple re-ordering sheet. It’s easy! If you get lost, our knowledgeable support team is always standing by to answer any questions you may have.
- 1 Pre-burned 16x20 wood screen
- 1 10" squeegee
- 8 oz Green Galaxy Mars Red
- 10 pack cleanup cards
- 8 pieces parchment paper
- 1 roll clear tape
- Free T-shirt from Shirtspace.com
DIY Print Shop® is bringing the screen printing community together with Made To Make It® Collaborations! At DIY Print Shop®, we know collaboration is fundamental to success not only in producing, but selling your awesome prints. We’ve teamed up with some of the best people in the business to offer our customers unique opportunities that make it easier than ever to do-it-yourself. Use these Made To Make It® Collaborations as a tool to grow your dream, create a brand, share a voice, or even inspire a movement.
The kit was fun, though very limiting. The instructions were not great, and there wasn't a clear path to making our own screens. It seemed like a lot of money for one pre-designed project worth of value.