Can You make a Monoprint?
Always use block-printing ink. Water based ink is best.
Learn how to roll out the correct amount – less is best!
Any kind of found object can be pressed into ink and then onto a surface to make a print.
You could use body parts, leaves or twigs, lego blocks, etc.
Print with sponges or other things you find in class.
Find things with interesting textures. Roll ink on them and make a print.
You can overprint as well. Overprinting simply means making a print, allowing it to dry and printing on it again.
Masking out means tearing or cutting shapes, laying them out on a surface and using a print tool (such as a sponge) to print around them.