In our two-part lesson Screen Printing with Enamels, we covered how to print on glass using powdered enamels added to a liquid medium. It is an extremely effective and accessible process. Working with powdered enamels in this way, however, requires local ventilation or a respirator.
As an alternative approach, in this lesson we’ll explore the same process using Color Line Screen Pastes. These are ready to print directly out of the container. We’ll highlight other advantages of this product. And to conclude, we’ll cover the basics of using it to print on sheet glass.
For a refresher on (or introduction to) the screen printing process, we suggest watching our Screen Printing with Enamels lesson. It will help familiarize you with the terminology used in this lesson.