The rubber is so flexible it can be bent around curved objects for printing onto flower pots or jars, and dense enough to use for creating patterns on polymer clay or silver clay. The blocks will not crack, cumble or break.
Fact File page explains how a two colour print can be created from the Fleur-de-Lis block. The right hand block was made by Alison Bate. Her prints, below, were made using Jacquard Lumiere paint and include (from left to right) a silk scarf, a chiffon scarf, a canvas cotton purse and a handmade card using Lokta printable card blanks and coloured Mulberry paper. Visit the Block Printing section of the George Weil website to view the products available in this range.