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  By Sydney Brink Ignite has some incredible new maker books available for check-out to take home! One of our brand new books is Beginner’s Guide to Screen Printing by Erin Lacy. I was surprised to learn about different solutions to screen printing that I had never...

  by Sydney Brink You may have read “How to Make Gelli Prints” about monoprinting with a gelatin plate – but you can do a much simpler version of gelli prints without magazine transfers! Read on to learn how to use Ignite's Monoprinting Kit.   Supplies to Make  Gelli...

  by Tyler Elks Have you used our paper person kit yet? If you have and you’re looking to make it a bit more fun and add a dash of challenge to it, try making a paper puppet! The best part is, everything that you’ll need to...

  By Sydney Brink A monoprint is a type of print that can only be made once, hence the prefix mono-, meaning “only” or “one”. With the monoprint kit at Ignite Studio, you can use a gelatin plate to make your own unique prints. Typically, the gelatin...

  by Tyler Elks Recently I have fallen head over heels in love with embroidery. I was introduced to this artform via social media and decided to use the embroidery kit here at Ignite Studio! It didn’t take too long to get the hang of, and I...

  by Kris Hurst Putting away summer clothes and pulling out items for the winter season, I came across a few pieces that I’ve had for years, still love, but look a little worse for wear. That’s when I thought of one of the latest books on...

  by Sydney Brink Did you know that you can use the cricut to make paper sculptures? It is so much fun to see how three dimensional paper sculptures come together from flat templates. However, the process can be pretty labor intensive. If working with templates full...

  by Sydney Brink Check out Ignite Studio's paper engineering kit, and learn how to make paper sculptures by following these easy steps. Thingiverse is a great resource for finding free 3D models. They are mostly used for 3D printing, but sometimes an object is too large...

By Alyssa Dyar I don’t know about you but instead of getting my act together during this pandemic and making my house and work spaces spectacularly organized and functional, it seems I’ve done the opposite. There are piles of half-finished projects all over my house, and...

By Amanda Sabo Hello again all! In January I posted about making and designing T-shirts using Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) and encouraged you to test the waters of T-shirt making without much mess. Today’s post will embolden you to try a new technique: screen printing. Screen...