Moiko Silk Screen - 0.00 - Jack O'lanterns

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Halloween is here! Moiko Silk Screens have a useable size of approx 74mm x 105mm (A7) and are designed for printing onto polymer clay.


How to use your silk screen:

  1. Place the silk screen bright side down on your surface.
  2. Put a line of paint along one edge (Heavy body acrylic in a tube is best).
  3. Spread the paint across the stencil with a squeegee or old credit card.
  4. Remove the stencil by lifting it up on one side slowly.
  5. Repeat this action in order to screen another image quickly or put the screen in cool water.

Ensure you clean your screen immediately after use in cold water. Do not allow the paint to dry on your screen.

The most common way to use in contemporary earring making is rolling out a slab to finished depth, using the silkscreen & acrylic paint straight onto unbaked clay then cutting your shapes as usual before baking.

We recommend Ironlak Heavy Body Acrylic, the weight of the paint is fantastic for screening and the paint bakes well in the normal clay process. 

Halloween is here! Moiko Silk Screens have a useable size of approx 74mm x 105mm (A7) and are designed for printing onto polymer clay.


How to use your silk screen:

  1. Place the silk screen bright side down on your surface.
  2. Put a line of paint along one edge (Heavy body acrylic in a tube is best).
  3. Spread the paint across the stencil with a squeegee or old credit card.
  4. Remove the stencil by lifting it up on one side slowly.
  5. Repeat this action in order to screen another image quickly or put the screen in cool water.

Ensure you clean your screen immediately after use in cold water. Do not allow the paint to dry on your screen.

The most common way to use in contemporary earring making is rolling out a slab to finished depth, using the silkscreen & acrylic paint straight onto unbaked clay then cutting your shapes as usual before baking.

We recommend Ironlak Heavy Body Acrylic, the weight of the paint is fantastic for screening and the paint bakes well in the normal clay process. 

As a standard, we recommend selecting Express Post* at check out. A lot of craft items such as Polymer Clay, Shape Cutters, Resins etc are heat sensitive.

By selecting Express Post, you can minimise the chance of your items encountering high heat events such as heat waves & delays.

In summer months we recommend avoiding Parcel Lockers for that same reason.

*For Australian customers. International shipping is ONLY Express at this stage due to high delays in the network during the pandemic & to avoid stress on your parcels.