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Outline Mandala – Slight Seconds

£10.00

Size Approx : – 12.5 x 12.5 cm

Please be aware that this design may have slightly damaged on the edge of the design which is why we are selling it discounted. It can be easily touched up with a brush or just left as it is for rustic charm. Please see picture for the type of damage expected on the block. This will only be little chips and will still print perfectly.

Please be aware that this design will be discontinued once sold out! Limited Availability!

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If you just want to Gift Wrap certain items in your basket, please select ‘Gift Wrap This Product’ on the product page. If you choose to Gift Wrap your entire order all items will be wrapped together.

Block Printed Fabric Gift Bag (£1.00)

Gift Wrap Options

Block Printed Fabric Gift Bag (£1.00)

Remaining/Maximum Characters: 100/100
£11.00

Description

Indian Wooden Printing Block – Outline Mandala 

Size Approx : – 12.5 x 12.5 cm

Please be aware that this design may have slightly damaged on the edge of the design which is why we are selling it discounted. It can be easily touched up with a brush or just left as it is for rustic charm. Please see picture for the type of damage expected on the block. This will only be little chips and will still print perfectly.

Please be aware that this design will be discontinued once sold out! Limited Availability!

Our Indian wooden printing blocks are hand carved on a Fairtrade project in Jaipur, India and are made using a sustainable wood known as Sheesham. The designs are traced and carved onto the wood. The blocks are then left to soak in mustard oil for several days, this preserves the wood making it non-absorbent.

All of our wooden printing blocks can be used for Fabric printing, Paper / Card printing & pressing into Clay! It’s important when printing fabric to use a fabric paint/ medium so the design is totally washable. When printing onto paper and card you can use a wide variety of paints/inks. Ink pads aren’t always wet enough to use with the printing blocks so we advise using paint. Remember to always use a sponge when applying any paint to the block.

If you haven’t already please watch our video tutorial on : ‘How to use Indian Wooden Printing Blocks’

Check out our paint ranges for printing onto Paper & Fabric.

Essentials Printing Kit : Check out our essentials kit that gives you everything you need to get a good print!

How to look after/ clean your blocks.

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