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It’s amazing how many things you can really do with your vinyl-cutting machine! Did you know that you can create a stencil and use it for screen printing? It’s super easy too!

Why Screen Printing?

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There are a couple of reasons why you might want to use screen printing on your shirts, towels, or other fabrics:

First, with screen printing, you can cut one stencil and use it to make multiple pieces. Maybe you want to make a few shirts, or a pair of towels. This is a great way to do just that!

Second, you might prefer the printed look and soft feel of the ink over heat transfer vinyl for some projects. It is less bulky and it is especially great for hand towels!

Watch the video to see the simple technique for doing screen printing, and when you’re finished you can find the materials used in the video below. Also, if this is your first time visiting my blog – welcome! I’m so glad you’re here. Be sure to get your free cut file by clicking on the button below.

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