Saturday, July 19, 2008


I accidentally ran into these clips posted by maddstickers on YouTube and it totally grabbed my attention. I've never done screen print before but I know the traditional screen print method requires emulsions and chemicals like that, and it can make a mess. But seems like they use a new kind of screen print materials in these clips and it looks so easy, so I checked and sure enough, they do have these new kind of PhotoEZ screens and require no chemicals to develope. I am going to dig around a little bit more and I might get a kit to play with it. It sure looks fun.

If any of you guys have tried this before, would you let us know how you like it, please? :)

After note:
I searched more on the internet. Seems like there is another product called StencilPro which has all the same properties as PhotoEZ but is one step up. (Don't know the they from the same manufactor.) Check here to see the product line.

PhotoEZ Shirt Tutorial Part 1: Creating the Image

PhotoEZ Shirt Tutorial Part 2: Creating the Screen

PhotoEZ Shirt Tutorial Part 3: Printing with your Screen


Kelly Medina said...

This is awesome! I am definitely going to look into this more. I would love to simplify that screen printing process. Let me know if you find out more.

Also, I nominated you for an award on my blog. :)

Patti Tobin Davis said...

This is so exciting! I want to try it out. I also love that you are posting recipes. Healthy food was one of my blogging intentions, but I haven't put it out there.

Gerald said...

OMG! I love the footage! Thank you so much. I will definitely give it a try.

All said...

Both, PhotoEZ and StencilPro are manufactured and sold by Circuit Bridge. Here is their web site:
They have a few distributors for PhotoEZ (including EZScreenPrint) and have the exclusive rights to StencilPro (they only sell it directly on their web site).