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. More »

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... More »

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. More » History Inventions

To print greeting cards from home, load the paper into your printer, set your printing template to the correct size, and print the card. For the design, either use a greeting card website that offers printable cards, or ... More » Hobbies & Games Crafting Paper Crafts

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... More » Hobbies & Games Crafting Sewing

In order to stiffen paper, coat both sides of the paper with a fabric stiffening product. Allow the product to dry overnight. More »

According to the Do It Yourself Invitations website, the easiest and most cost effective solution is to find a pochette template online and then, using a sharp pair of scissors, cut the shape out by hand after tracing it... More » Hobbies & Games Crafting Paper Crafts