To work along you will need:
Cardboard such as mount board or cereal box
Thin card or heavy paper scraps
Printing ink or acrylic paint ( Laura used Seawhite Block Printing Ink)
Paper or sketchbook to print on
Scissors or craft knife and cutting mat
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In this archive collection of 3 video workshops Linda will show you how simple cardboard can be used to make a print plate which can be inked in a similar way to a traditional etching. See how to print from the plate without using an expensive press, and how you can finally tint the print to make each one unique.