Hand Printed Linen Gift Wrap Project

by Wendy Croxford

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9 Dec 2013  | 0 Comments

29D7F6BBA4B32704637B81E0D5EB81D3My name is Jonna Saarinen and I am a Finnish born textile designer and screen printer working in London, UK. This year I wanted to prepare something different to wrap my Christmas gifts in, rather than the traditional paper that just gets ripped off and never used again.

I have been using Permaset and Permatone inks for years now to screen print my textiles, and though a fun way of brightening up my work would be adding some Xmas glitz with the Permaset Aqua Gold Lustre.

245FE3DDC76CDBB60A219884F66DDC7BI printed my design on a high quality 100% linen tea towel first with a happy minty green and then the second layer in Gold Lustre, rather than Glow Pink that I normally use. After heat curing the tea towels and giving them a good steam iron to make them nice and neat, they were image1_storeready to go, and now my nearest and dearest will receive their gifts in style (with an added Xmas tea towel thrown in as a bonus)!



For more stories of my adventures in ink & print, or any questions, you can find me atwww.jonnasaarinen.com and my Permaset printed goodies are available world wide athttps://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/jonnasaarinen

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