Step 12: Remove Screen

Carefully take off the tape and remove the screen.  Some time ink gets on the tape (which is what it's there for) so make sure the tape doesn't touch the shirt while you're taking it off.    I don't have an image of doing this, but here is the image of it after it is off.

<p>This was so cute. I also like the fact that even at home it can provide high quality result, and very cost-effective since the screen is reusable. Great post!</p><p>Bruce, <a href="https://www.printavo.com/" rel="nofollow">https://www.printavo.com</a></p>
Five Stars! Now i have many designs i want to try!
$15 for every shirt after is a bargain in my opinion. What I like the mot is that you can use your imagination in your own designs.
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What?? That's rad!
This is really cool!
Very good method. :D

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Bio: I am the mother of 2 boys. I love to make things for them and the rest of my family and friends.
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