This project guide will show you how to embellish tote bag using our silkscreen stencils along with your artwork.
Read all instructions before beginning your project. Read manufacture labels on products and supplies being used. Have FUN!
Project By: Circuit Bridge Time to Do: 3-5 hours Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Step 1: Create your artwork and get it ready for printing
All you need is a black and white picture or drawing. Since we wanted to use 2 different colors, we have gone one step further and separated our artwork into two pictures - a tree and text in a circle. See step 2.
Step 4: Place printed artwork over clear plastic sheet of the Contact Frame
Step 5: Place the PhotoEZ or StencilPro silkscreen stencil shiny side down on artwork
Step 6: Add the black foam board
Magnets in the frame should clamp the two parts together firmly. To ensure good contact press down on the center of the contact frame.
Step 7: Expose
Turn over the contact frame so that the clear plastic sheet of the frame faces the light. Expose to light source. Be sure to use the exposure times as recommended for your stencil film type.
The information in this project guide is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed. Circuit Bridge, LLC disclaims all liability from any injury to anyone undertaking the construction of this project as a result of improper safety precautions. Since we have no control over physical surrounding the application of information herein contained, Circuit Bridge, LLC disclaims any liability for untoward results.
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