Block printing is using a carved piece of wood or other type of block to imprint an image on fabric or paper. In the early days of printing, it was used to print entire books.
Woodblock printing is one of the earliest methods of printing that uses engraved woodblocks to print letters and images. The technique dates back to ninth-century China, the origin of some of the earliest known woodblock...
The Chinese invented woodblock printing for reproducing text, images or patterns, first using it to print on textiles and, later, on paper. The existing examples of woodblock printing on cloth originated before 220 A.D.
Print an image or text version of the Lord's Prayer from a computer using printer transfer paper, and print it on a piece of fabric using an iron. Set Inkjet printers to the highest resolution before printing to ensure t...
The weight of a 2-by-6-inch piece of wood varies based on the type of lumber and the moisture content of the lumber. On average, however, it weighs 2 pounds per foot.
Making pop-up animals begins with printing an image of the animal on a piece of thick paper such as construction paper or a cardstock. Create a dotted outline of the animal, and press down along those lines with the roun...
Print photos on wood by printing out a picture onto a sheet of wax paper, placing the picture printed side down on a piece of wood, and smoothing a piece of hard plastic over the wax paper until the image is transferred ...