Rolling pin printing is a brilliant way to print wrapping paper at home! Buy some cheap rolling pins (or reallocate some old ones) and wrap them in string, bubble wrap or netting (the stuff oranges and lemons come in). Roll in some paint (use Christmas colours) and then roll onto some brown packing paper or lining paper. Homemade wrapping paper done!
Enhance your art by adding a layer of monoprinted sheer fabric, such as organza or habotai silk! -- Layering Gelli® printed sheer fabrics as a collage element can add depth to your artwork. Whether you work on journal pages, cards, canvas, fabric collage, art quilts, watercolors, or mixed media — adding your own translucent monoprinted fabric gives it a different look!
OSCAR DROEGE .... Aufragende Felsspitzen II ..... Oscar Droege (1898 - 1982) was an exceptional woodblock artist and one of the best of the German woodblock practitioners ...... The majority of his works were of landscapes which had their own style.