Monoprint with Reusable Items

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I’ve been interested in printmaking lately, mainly because I’m taking my Master’s, and one of the studio electives I’ve chosen is Printmaking. I like its unpredictability, and it encourages me to think outside of the box.

Monoprint is a form of printmaking where you can create only one print from your design. In the first video, I show you how to create a monoprint using the lining from a bag of chips.


In the second video, I show you how to create a monoprint using a plastic lid from a takeaway container.


In both videos, I shared how you can elevate the prints and turn them into cards. If you’re interested in printmaking, I think monoprint is a great technique to explore since most of the items you need can be found at home, plus a brayer, acrylic paints, and some paper.

Here are the final prints. :) I hope you enjoy the demos. Till next time!

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