Krazy Krafts Day for Kids

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Date(s) - Mar 24
10:00 am

The International Printing Museum


The International Printing Museum is a public non-profit organization and was founded in 1988 by David Jacobson and Ernest A. Lindner and features The Lindner Collection of Antique Printing Machinery. On March 24, they are having a Krazy Krafts Day for Kids!  The activities are: 

  • Papermaking make your own paper from wet, mushy pulp
  • Make a book of you very own
  • Use rubber stamps to print cards and bookmarks
  • See cartoons come to life and learn how to do it yourself from our own resident cartoonist Phil Soinski
  • Calligraphy lettering demonstrated as you watch
  • Practice the art of Origami with an artist from Japan
  • Use the Museum’s antique printing presses to print your own cards
  • Watch demonstrations of the Linotype and Ludlow typecasting machines in all their glory and get your name set in metal type!
  • Silkscreen your own t-shirt . . . just be sure to bring a nice clean one to print on