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1  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Screen Printing: Discussion and Questions / Silkscreening CDs? on: November 11, 2004 03:50:02 PM
Has anyone out there silkscreened on a CD before?   I'm thinking of making a small run of music mixes off of iTunes for Christmas presents, and I wondered if there were instructions/ideas/tips out there for silkscreening on the surface of a blank CD.  I figure if there are businesses out there offering this service, *some* crafty person out there has tried it on her own.  Smiley

Mostly I'm wondering what type of ink to try, and if you need to put some type of primer on the cd to make sure the ink doesn't chip off in a cd player.
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