Full Discloser: I made it at Techshop and I highly recommend anyone near one to check them out.
Silk Screening Ink: I used Jacquard Professional Screen Printing ink, which you can find here
~ 2 feet of vinyl suitable for a CNC vinyl cutter: I've always bought all my vinyl from a Techshop, and they typically have a lot (and colors are not important for this instructable since it will be disposable)
Material with with to silk screen: Shirts, napkins, burlap, anything that will be compatible with the ink and method used. Definitely bring some scrap material with you as well.
1 Silk Screen: I used the Techshop's silkscreen, but it was very similar to this one.
1 Silk Screen squeegee: The Techshop typically has some around, but this is what they look like.
1 Hot air gun: To help dry the ink post-screening
1 Iron: To set the ink into the material
Vector Editing Software: I interchange between Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw regularly, but the files I used here are in Illustrator
Techshop Classes Needed:
CNC102: CNC Vinyl Cutter SBU
ART103: Silkscreen Printing SBU