Simply Screen Silk Screen Kit Giveaway

Another week has begun, and we here at Plaid have another giveaway to announce. This is our second giveaway to help celebrate National Craft Month. We want you to have to ability to create something cool, with our Simply Screen Silk Screen Kit. Create your own designs for unique, fun and funky t-shirts and wearables with Simply Screen™ Silk Screen Kit. Simply create a design, use our simple process to create a stencil, choose your paint color and t-shirt and begin creating professional quality screen printed garments. This product is reusable up to 20 times. 1 lucky Paint Me Plaid reader will win this kit. We will announce the winner on Paint Me Plaid on Friday (March 9th), in the afternoon. This kit can be found for sale at Hobby Lobby, and Plaid Online.

With the new DIY Simply Screen Kit you can create dozens of t-shirts, bags and more using your own design! Here are just a few reasons you’ll love the Simply Screen Kit:

  • Easily make multiple shirts for sports teams, bachelorette parties, sororities and more.
  • Most affordably priced DIY silk screen system on the market!
  • Kit includes all you need to get started: light box, paint, sponge, squeegee, brush, rinsing tray and light bulb and bulb housing.
  • Expand your printing possibilities with Simply Screen paints, foil, and glitter
  • Additional screens available in a refill kit.

To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is leave a comment below telling us what you would use these products to create? For extra entries (leave a separate comment for each):

Like Plaid on Facebook and let us know you entered the giveaway

Follow us on Twitter

Check out our sister blog, Plaid Kid’s Crafts, and let us know a project you find there that you think is cool

The contest will end Friday March 9th, 2012 at 12 noon EST.

145 Comments to “Simply Screen Silk Screen Kit Giveaway”

  1. I would make t shirts with my jewelry logo.

  2. My Grandkids and I would use this on our next craft day to make matching designs on t-shirts for our family pictures. I can see each family member with matching designs and a rainbow of colors. The kids would love it.

  3. I would love to make pennants…like old college pennants or personalized with last names to look like a vintage pennant. And t-shirts, bags, dish towels…I would definitely use it! 🙂

  4. my goddaughter’s friends love to have crafting camps with me over the summer….what a fun project this would be!

  5. I would create baby onesies . I really like this product. I would like to win it that is for sure.

  6. Oh oh oh my husband wants to start his own BBQ catering business and this would be so cool to put his logo on an apron, t-shirt and towel!!! He has worked so hard on it trying to get it just right lol

  7. I have always wanted to try silk screening and would love to do tee shirts for our Ladies retreat at church

  8. I would make so many shirts! Gifts, party favors, concert shirts, vacation shirts, movie shirts, quote shirts! Ah! So many ideas!!!

  9. I Love the newborn crowns project too!

  10. I would really love to make Simply Screen shirts for donations!

  11. I already follow you on Twitter 🙂

  12. I love your newest project for kids! Kathy Fillian and Steve Placenta are great crafters! I had planned on doing a Mod Podge Picture frame but I like the mirror one even better.

  13. I would love to make custom shirts, maybe that contain inside jokes…..?

  14. I follow you on twitter!

  15. I would love to have this to make custom t-shirts for myself and my family. Maybe make a tote bag or two. Do I hear aprons? Goodness, so many choices.

  16. Following on twitter!

  17. Like you on Facebook!

  18. Custom totes!

  19. I would like to try my hand at silk screening for my dollhouse. Pillows, blankets, my own designs.

  20. I would love to make some summer shirts for friends.

  21. I’m already a follower on Twitter! 😀

  22. Such a cool idea & it looks way simpler to use than other products out there!

  23. I’d love to be able to use this kit to make superhero t-shirts for the party guests at my soon-to-be 5 year old’s birthday! Thanks for the opportunity!

  24. A few friends walk each week in a “Secret Garden” on a Century Farm, home to one of our group, to see the wildflowers. I would like to make a shirt with a Srcret Garden design on it for each of us.

  25. I “like” Plaid on FB and I would make t-shirts for my grandkids! Thanks for the giveaway.

  26. I would make T-shirts for my daughters Tennis team…since the school says they can’t afford to get the girls uniforms.

  27. I already like Plaid on Facebook!! Thanks!

  28. This would so a fun project with my family!!! Thanks!

  29. Kids would love to try making t-shirts.

  30. family reunion t-shirts:))

  31. I would make Shirts for my grandchildren!!

  32. I would make tote bags for my bridesmaids, I liked on facebook.

  33. I would make shirts for my sons to wear on special themed days at school – like Dr. SUESSES BIRTHDAY! 🙂

  34. I love this. I would probably try making a shirt then move on to other things like cards, frames, pillow cases. Thanks for the chance to win.

  35. I alway “like” Plaid

  36. I didn’t see a post..may have..but here goes “again”…just in case… I love the Mason Jars with lace. I plan to make some with my sister.

  37. so if I have to chose one project from the Plaids kids craft’s site, I would have to say the mason jars done with lace – I love to mod podge and this would be a great and easy kid’s project – perfect for easter and mother’s day gift – add a few tissue paper flowers and perfect to give to mom, or a favorite teacher.

  38. my 15 year old son makes his own cartoon characters and has been asking me to make some t-shirts, he also has his own you tube channel based on these original characters based on himself and his friends. This product would make it so easy for him to make t-shirts for the group with their own characters and their group name, I really hope I can win this product – not for me, but for him to be able to take his creations to another level.

  39. my 15 year old son makes his own cartoon characters and has been asking me to make some t-shirts, he also has his own you tube channel based on these original characters based on himself and his friends. This product would make it so easy for him to make t-shirts for the group with their own characters and their group name, I really hope I can win this product – not for me, but for him to be able to take his creations to another level.

  40. Already like plaid

  41. (This might be on twice as I lost it the first time I did it.) I put in that I would use it to make shirts for our family reunion also shirts for my grandbabies. I would use it for home decor-pillows framing to put on wall. There is so much you can do…
    I am disable and home all day learning something new is great for me. Thanks for giving me a chance a win this. Debbie

    I lived on facebook and also shared on my facebook page. Good luck everyone…

  42. Wow…would love to try this…just what I’ve needed. In 1995 prior to having a 10 hour spine surgery several states away from home, I was in a mall and saw a t-shirt that said “What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger”. I’ve kicked myself for not buying it and have sworn to have one made for all these years but haven’t done it. With this I could make my own! Awesome!

  43. I already like Plaid on Facebook!

  44. I would make shirts for my grandkids!

  45. I would Love to try this, before during my textile designing I made some color mixing for screen printing on roman blinds, its hectic to make colors..huh..
    This formula seems so good! I want to try this ready made fun!

  46. oh, and I’ve already “liked” Plaid on Facebook…..a long time ago….lol

  47. this would be great to make shirts for family reunions, home decor, onesies for the little ones in the family…heck for the big ones too!!! possibilities seem endless!!! =)

  48. I would love to try this new kit….looks like fun….;)

  49. I like Recycled Paper Bracelets on Plaid Kids Blog.


  50. I would make tee shirts.


  51. On the Kids Craft blog, I like the Stiffy Christmas Gift Boxes

  52. I’m a fan of Plaid on FB

  53. T shirts for my son’s robotics team

  54. I just found you on Facebook yesterday! I would definitely make some shirts for my boys.

  55. Would love to try this!!! Awesome giveaway…always love trying something new!!! Many thanks!

  56. I would love to try this out!

  57. How cute is that headband on the kids craft blog? My girls would love doing that!

  58. I like Plaid on FB already!

  59. My family wears TONS of T-shirts and we can’t always find the designs we are looking for. How cool would it be to be able to whip one up whenever you like?

  60. How awesome would this be…..thinking of all the designer tees for my sons hockey fans… cool would that be…

  61. Oooooohh!! I REALLY want to try this!! I’m crossing everything from my toes to my eyes!

  62. Ohh I want to make monthly onesies for my new nephew on the way!

  63. t-shirts, t-shirts, t-shirts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  64. I would use this to make some great tshirts and bags for my 8 yr old daughters slumber party to make up for her birthday party that we could not have cuz her birthday falls in the winter.

  65. Could make some awesome shirts for my daughter to wear. Plus she will help.

  66. I Like Plaid on Facebook

  67. I would love a kit to use in my Crafts class at school. I think the students would have a great time screenprinting!

  68. Following you on twitter

  69. I would make some fashionable team mom t shirts for my sons little league starting next month!

  70. I love the St. Patty’s Day Wall Hanging over at Kids’ Crafts.

  71. I’m a FB fan and left you a message (Jen Gerwig-Dively)

  72. And I follow you on Twitter (@DellaLuna)!

  73. And I like Plaid on FB!

  74. I want to put some of my son’s artwork onto shirts.

  75. My niece and I would make awesome shirts and bags! Thanks for the chance!

  76. I follow you on Twitter (@jengd1)

  77. I’d like to make some fun tshirts for my son.

  78. I like Plaid on facebook too!

  79. I already like Plaid on Facebook!

  80. I would make some onesies for my soon to be niece or nephew!

  81. I would use it for making Tshirts for a retreat called Painting with Friends that I co-sponsor. Or maybe for my SDP chapter’s retreat. Thanks for the chance.

  82. Summer t-shirts, furniture, table cloths just to name a few…..thank you for the chance!!!

  83. I would make Tshirts, pillows, and probably a dozen other ideas that I will think of!

  84. Those paper bag place mats were pretty amazing!!

  85. Follow you on the Twitter @ohsnaplizzie

  86. Like you guys on the FB (Lizzie Oakley)

  87. I saw a tute a week ago using this to make a Hunger Games shirt… I’d totally do that! #IHeartPeeta

  88. I have been wanting to make tshirts for the longest time! I have so many ideas for shirts and bags and gifts!!

  89. what a fun thing to do on a rainy day =]

  90. super giveaway!

    I’d like to print on some clothing items for my little grand-nieces and nephews..and would espeically like to create some little purses for the girls

  91. I’d love to use the silkscreen kit to make coasters with my designs on them!

  92. I am a facebook follower

  93. I would love make pillows for my kiddos rooms, as I am in the process of redoing all 4 kiddos rooms today.

  94. I would make family shirts for our family reunion.

  95. I like Plaid on Facebook!

  96. Another idea I would do is on a mirror. I did screen printing years ago and did fairy design. It was very pretty.

  97. Would love to have this to make new troop t-shirts for my daughter’s Girl Scout Troop!

  98. I have a group of friends and we have talked about making up some Tees for the group. Hmmm now I have to think of a good design.

  99. The wheels are already turning! This would be GREAT for custom book covers! I’d love to win –thanks for the chance. I follow you on Facebook.

  100. On Plaid’s Craft Kids page I will be making some Mason Lace Jars for my daughters wedding.

  101. On the Kids Craft blog, the capri sun pouches are my favorite craft!

  102. I follow Plaid on Twitter! (@cmmvinylvintage)

  103. Already a fan on FB!

  104. I would use this kit to make awesome custom onesies for my baby boy!

  105. I would make these as gifts!

  106. I like Plaid on facebook.

  107. I love the new little chick ornaments on Kids Crafts–so CUTE!

  108. I also follow you on Twitter as fairybeadific.

  109. This would be so awesome to embellish tote bags for gifts.

  110. I already follow you on FB

  111. I like Plaid on Facebook

  112. Oh, definitely I would make matching t-shirts for my 3 granddaughters. They are always hollering one of their sissies is wearing THEIR shirt.

  113. I like you on facebook, and posted a comment about the giveaway.

  114. I would love to custom make shirts for my grandchildren and make matching shirts for my wonderful friends from Curves. I would also like to Silk screen material to make purses.

  115. I would love to use this to print out some pieces for my doll making proojects. it would make what i want instead of having to go shopping all the time. ( not that shopping is a bad thing).

  116. I think this is a great giveaway! I would make personalized Christmas T-shirts with catch phrases that my family uses. hope I win!!

  117. Plaid products are an all time favorite! My oldest son saw this kit at Hobby Lobby and is in love!! he has a birthday coming up too! He wants to make cute spring outfits for his baby girl!

  118. with three grandchildren…I would be making their t-shirts and carry all bags for their beach days this summer and also a few Vacation Bible School themed items to include airplanes, trucks…traveling
    around the world as a theme
    etc. This will be great fun….Hope this is my lucky day!!!!!

  119. I currently use the YuDu which is huge, bulky, and the stuff for it is super expensive!! I’d LOVE to try this out!! I follow Plaid on FB and am heading to Twitter to follow you there as well!!


  120. I would love to make beautiful tee-shirts for my kids and neighbors as gifts

  121. Troop T-shirts for my Brownie troop of 14 girls. Each year they get new troop t-shirts this would be so cool to make their t-shirt from..

  122. I have grandkids and they love to have matching shirts in the summer. That would be fun

  123. Would love this to make Tshirts! The kids would love it too. I follow Plaid on facebook.

  124. Already liked Plaid Crafts on Facebook. Love their items

  125. I already Follow y’all Twitter 🙂

  126. Already Like y’all on Facebook

  127. I would love one of these! As a Girl Scout Leader this would be so much fun for the girls!

  128. Great for spring

  129. I would make some wonderful custom t-shirts.

  130. I also follow Plaid on Facebook.

  131. I follow Plaid on Twitter @flippingirl

  132. I love the Kids Craft, St. Patty’s Day Wall hanging.

  133. I found the perfect cure for a very bad case of spring fever @ Plaid Kid’s Crafts!
    The Spring Fling Headband! So going to make one of these in bright cheerful florals!

  134. I am already a follower on Facebook, etc. I would love to make t-shirts for a family reunion and
    my quilt group. his looks easy and a lot of fun!

  135. I already follow Plaid on Twitter @sowingstitches

  136. Would like to learn something new

  137. I know just what I would make! I have a really cool spring design just waiting to go on canvas tote bags for Easter Gifts!

  138. I already like Plaid on Facebook.

  139. I would love this to make custom tshirts and gifts for my friends and family!

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