To start Aaron and Hannah off with their screenprinting, I cut a circle out of cartridge paper. They were then told to cut shapes out of the circle paper, to make up a design within the circle-hole.
Aaron got all tricky, having seen me make many paper stencils for screenprinting. He didn't realise that the shapes didn't need to be joined together, so he came up with an interesting, but very complicated design!
We put some butcher paper inside the T-shirts so that paint wouldn't seep through to the back, and then the kids put their designs in place. My blank silkscreen was then placed over top for printing. Aaron even pulled is own print, while I held the screen!
Don't they look great?