This little piggy wants to be screen printed on everything! This winsome little pig Ready to Print Mini Screen is a real cutie and looks great on quilting projects and babygrows. Take a look at these children’s drawstring bags, ideal for stashing shoes, presents and toy animals.
✔ non-toxic screen printing at home
✔ small, lightweight and easy to manoeuvre screens in an acrylic frame
✔ no clamps, equipment or chemicals required
✔ reusable for hundreds of prints
✔ for printing on fabrics and paper
✔ avoid the set-up costs and chemicals of traditional photo-stencil screen printing
Slamseys mini screens are made with a digital screen maker from original hand-drawn images. Find out more.
WHAT CAN I PRINT ONTO?
Read the guides on how to print with your Mini Screen
Use your Ready to Print Little Pig Screen to print onto papers and textiles including:
- t-shirts, babygrows and clothing
- tote bags, bread bags and kitchen textiles
- packaging, cardboard and notebooks
- wood and MDF
- cards, bunting and invitations
- decorations, wedding favours and thank you notes
WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO START PRINTING AT HOME?
- A lightweight squeegee or an old credit card
- Fabric ink for textile projects
- Screen printing ink for paper projects (either choose a pre-mixed ink, such as Permaprint or Speedball Acrylic Screen Printing Inks, or mix your own acrylic paint with printing medium)
- Find out more about Mini Screen Craft Kits
HOW ARE THE SCREENS SENT TO ME?
- The image is digitally burned into the screen printing mesh and is then fixed into an acrylic mount to make it easy for you to hold and print with (read the printing guides)
- The framed screen is then sent to you with Royal Mail in a cardboard envelope (Find out more about shipping)
HOW ARE SLAMSEYS MINI SCREENS DIFFERENT FROM TRADITIONAL PHOTO-STENCIL SILK SCREENS?
- No chemicals are used to make the screen
- You don’t need large or heavy frames or specialist equipment
- Each screen can be printed hundreds of times and will last years with proper care
- BUT, like photo-stencils, you can still print fine details and big blocks of colour to make striking prints
- Did you know that you can send in your own designs to be made into a custom screen?