Letterpress is the process of printing words and designs with ink while simultaneously debossing the image into thick, soft paper. Run the L Letterpress through any manual-die cutting machine, and you'll have beautiful letterpress projects in no time!
Clear Lid with Registration Grid
The clear lid with registration grid lets you line up the printing plates to the letterpress paper below.
Clear Packing Mat with Registration Grid
The clear packing mat with registration grid makes it easy to line up your letterpress paper for the perfect impression.
Lifestyle Crafts offers a wide variety of printing plates that can be mixed and matched for limitless design options.
Paper Placement Guides
L Letterpress Paper
Letterpress paper is thick, cotton-based, and ideal for achieving a deep deboss impression on letterpress projects.
High-quality, resin-based letterpress ink dries quickly and leaves a lasting impression.
Put a pea-sized amount of ink on the ink base and roll it out evenly with the ink brayer.
Use the ink brayer to spread the ink on the ink base. Then roll it over the printing plates to cover with ink.
Ink Guide Strips
Lay ink guide strips next to letterpress printing plates to guide your brayer and produce an even coat of ink.
Remove the top layer of the adhesive sheet. Place the flat side of the printing plate on the sticky adhesive sheet. Cut around the printing plate. Remove the bottom layer of the adhesive sheet, and place on the clear lid with registration grid.