Thursday, April 16, 2009

definitely small step for an expert printer,but great for me! With a help of Lena Corwin's book I made my first screen and I'm very excited,it seem to be much easier than I thought.


orange you lucky! said...

It looks great!
I've been dreaming about putting aside a bit of time to experiment with that:)
I'm so glad you think it's less complicated... that gives me hope that I could do it:)

Heather T. said...

It's beautiful! I love the colors and shapes you chose... =)

Jules said...

Oh i remember when i'm in my high school year..Our teacher teach us how to print our own design on our plain shirt.And i really found it enjoyable.And now i saw it once again,i'm thinking to make another one for me..;D
Thanks for posting it.;D
Have a wonderful day.

Unknown said...

Great,love the style you chose.;D
Looking forward on your next post friend.;D

María Paula Dufour said...

I love all about tea-time ceremony.
And this dark red is wonderful

Jennifer said...

Fun isn't it????
Very cute design.

Caroline said...

Well done! Simple but sooo striking! What will you do with this?

Isabelle said...

I love your new banner,
the cut work is great !!