HomeBlogHomemade Holiday Cards – Lino Block Printing – GardenFork Homemade Holiday Cards – Lino Block Printing – GardenFork By Frank Lundy September 13, 2019 Blog 20 Comments Tags:block, block printing, card making, christmas (holiday), christmas card, christmas cards, Crafting, Crafts, diy, diy project, Do It Yourself (Hobby), Do It Yourself (Website Category), erochow, gardenfork, greeting cards, home made, home made card ideas, home made cards, home made christmas cards, how to, How-to (Media Genre), How-to (Website Category), lino, lino block printing, printing, Tutorial (Media Genre), urban homesteading Related Posts Who’s Afraid of Modern Art: Vandalism, Video Games, and Fascism How to use Spray Cans to touch up car paint scratches like a pro! After Ever After – DISNEY Parody About Author admin 20 Comments BobMel simple living December 24, 2016 Merry Christmas Eric. Reply Lauren Schexnider December 24, 2016 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. You can also use the styrofoam trays that meat comes in. Reply David Baker December 24, 2016 Merry Christmas Reply Scott Beydler December 25, 2016 Fun! Thanks Eric. Merry Christmas Reply Derek Diedricksen December 25, 2016 Good stuff- Hope you're well Eric! -Deek Reply Adrian Nelson December 25, 2016 Make it a great Christmas 🙂 Reply TheFreeBirdForever December 25, 2016 Merry Christmas and happy new year Reply Phillip Pearce December 25, 2016 Merry Christmas to you and yours, best health in 2017 and many many of what you do so good…. Reply Danny Dunnagan December 26, 2016 merry christmas from west tenn Reply lechatbotte December 26, 2016 Merry Christmas, Lino is so much fun, haven't done it since high school. Great job!!! Reply 9aspengold5 December 26, 2016 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours. Thank you for the great video's. I have learned a great deal from you all. LOL sounds pretty southern for a northern girl. Reply Cast Iron Stew December 26, 2016 Even though Christmas is almost over, I'm gonna comment anyway… Merry Christmas! 🙂 Reply David McClellan December 26, 2016 Thanks for a great year of DIY and entertaining podcast. Have a Great New Year! Reply St. Isidore's Farm December 28, 2016 You said the number one rule and did it yourself – always cut away from yourself! As an artist and art teacher, I stress this to students over and over, and inevitably someone forgets…and cuts themselves. Aside from that, yes, linoleum blocks make inexpensive fun projects and every print is different and unique. Merry Christmas! Reply russtex December 31, 2016 I used to do this in art class. I really enjoyed it!I had forgot about it until now. So easy to do and you can be so creative! Reply Clean Slate Farm December 31, 2016 We used to make our cards with potatoes by cutting the design in the flattened end of a potato. Fun! Reply Travis Heckstall January 3, 2017 Another great video !! Thanks !! :)) Reply Lu ODell January 14, 2017 I blocked printed in art class many moons ago, it's a great art form. Sadly I am to busy with other projects to attempt doing it again. Reply Irina Hernandez January 21, 2017 Yay! I just took a printmaking class last semester but we were doing etching (drypoint and acid etchings). Even more analog lol! This was super cute. Love all of your other videos too. Hope you had happy holidays. Reply Elaine Foran October 30, 2018 Block printing is great and easy to do. I feel it looks best in one of two ways; first, naively with extra pieces uncut as you have it or secondly, super super refined as an experienced printer would do it. Sometimes I even prefer the more naive style. Fantastic. Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.