Scratch-Art Scratch-a-Print 2 is similar to screen printing, but easier and more economical! It's a great way to teach screen printing fundamentals to students of any age.
The screen stencil is a special red-coated tissue. It can be prepared by pressing with a pen, pencil, or embossing stick. This pressure automatically opens up the lines and areas pressed.
Once the screen is finished, apply water-based paint over the surface using a foam roller, foam brush, or other applicator. This forces paint through the opened paper fibers of the drawing onto the printing paper.
Each set contains 10 framed screens, 10 size/drawing guide cards, and instructions. (Sizes represent the image area, not the outside dimensions of the frame.)
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