For screen printing
Perfect for printing on fabric, heavy paper and board, a printmaking kit is ideal for beginner screen printers, as you can create your own stencils or use the designs included in the kit.
For block printing (relief printing)
Print your own personally designed Christmas cards, or greeting cards for any time of year with a block printing kit. Lino printing is a fun activity in which all the family can participate.
For mono printing
This is a highly direct and spontaneous method for making one-off images which you can print by hand or by press. You will find this versatile method of printmaking allows for considerable freedom. Make images in a positive way by laying down ink or paint by roller or brush.
Browse our wide range of printmaking supplies and - while you're here - why not check out our other art and craft supplies, including scale models, scratchboard tools, hot glue guns and more. Remember, when you spend more than $100 you get free shipping Australia-wide!
What materials do you need for printmaking?
This depends on the type of printmaking you want to do but at the most basic level you’ll need ink or paint, a surface to print on, soft rubber brayers or small paint rollers, and whatever specific tools you will need , depending on the type of printmaking
Can you do printmaking at home?
Yes, absolutely! As with a lot of arts and crafts, it can get a little messy and it may also involve the use of sharp cutting implements, so bear this in mind before you get started.