Oh Happy Day Screenprinting

On Saturday, Kait and I were lucky enough to attend one of Oh Happy Day's screen printing workshops at her studio sponsored by Bing. We had such a great time! We spent the first part of the 2 hours learning from Andy Kane about the process of screen printing and how to make your own screens (time consuming and difficult, but I really want to try it sometime). Andy was a great teacher and easy to follow despite the seemingly complicated content. Then onto the printing!

American Apparel supplied everyone with one (super soft) tri-blend t-shirt for printing. Jordan (of Oh Happy Day) encouraged us to bring anything else we wanted to screen print in addition to our free shirt and tote. And everyone took it to heart! People brought such fun things, including clutches, onsies, aprons, and lunch bags. I was not as creative, and simply brought t-shirts for my nieces, my sister, and my man. I love how they turned out though!

We were given the cutest goody bags on the way out -- They had Caldrea hand soap, a fun paper garland from Makeshop, 3 pocket-size notebooks from a store called Plumb Goods, and hipster temporary Tattly tattoos.

I would absolutely love to take another class from Oh Happy Day, not to mention figure out how to make my own screens so I can screen print calligraphy all day every day! Thank you to Oh Happy Day for such a great afternoon, and thank you to Bing for sponsoring it! Let's do it again soon.

Happy St. Patrick's Day!