Have you ever wanted to you know, print with your photopolymer plates?

There are a few options, including the possibility of printing with an hydraulic press, if you happen to have one.

But here’s a new product for printing cards that looks like it’s fast, easy and relatively neat.

It’s called the L Letterpress and is available from Paper Source, A.C. Moore and Michael’s.

Here’s a helpful review of the product from the PaperCrave blog:


Here’s a link to a how-to video that gives you a very good overview:


New to making photopolymer plates? Or PPPs, as metal clayers often refer to them?

There are two types, liquid and sheet type. Most folks prefer the sheet type. Here’s a round up of previous posts with tips on using photopolymer:

Getting Started with Photopolymer Plates

Another great tip to improve your Photopolymer Plates

Improve Your Photopolymer Plates with this Tip

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