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Mono Printing

Posted by Phyllis Wezeman

We're doing John the Baptist right now and the Art Teacher did an interesting technique with the kids painting on a mirror, placing a piece of long butcher-type paper over it and carefully pulling it off to make a print that looks like water and paths. They loved it because it was so different.

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Reply Posted by JCarey

Mono printing is the name of the procedure and I have done this even with preschoolers who love it.

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There is a product that makes linoleum block printing totally doable with kids. 9732455-main-1200Wx1200H

It is a very flexible material that can be carved without the strength needed for the old linoleum blocks of the past.

The product is called Grafix® Shrlnk Film found at http://www.enasco.com

Have them use a pencil to firmly draw their image in.

Draw, cut, and bake! Just draw on a sheet of film, cut it out, and pop it in the oven and watch it SHRINK for miniature ornaments of their design. Remember to hole punch a hole before shrinking though.

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Styrofoam Printing Technique

A lesson which makes use of print making is located here.
It covers the story of Noah and involves scratching a scene on Styrofoam and then making a print.
--Carol

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