Gocco love

Many things inspired me to purchase a Gocco press, including the last post of the beautiful sugarloop prints. So finally, this weekend I received mine! Needless to say, I have been printing up a storm this weekend. Printing some lovely wedding invitations I've been working on for my cousin.


Anonymous said...

That is the coolest thing. I had never heard of it. Can you give us a close-up of your designs?

Faye & Greer said...

I agree- I would love to see closeups, they look great!

marta said...

oh my goodness. i have been wanting one too. i can't wait to see more goodies. i love the gocco and want to join in on the gocco love.

happy creating. and ps. i am jealous.

Lucy-Lu-Lu said...

Wow Rachel! I am so amazed how awesome those turned out. I can't wait to see them up close and personal. Thank you so much for offering to do this! You are amazing.

Luv ya!

Stacie Frazier - Haute Shots said...

I have been oh so curious about the Gocco press. Are you finding it to be fairly simple to use?

I just recently stumbled upon your blog, by the way, and really enjoy reading it.

rachel @ blackeiffel said...

The Gocco is Japanese, and like a miniature silkscreen machine - only problem is they don't make them anymore, so it is a little difficult to get supplies. It is easy to use, and has a lot less fumes and easier clean-up then silkscreening. I will post close-ups when I get the all of the elements done. Thanks for all of your wonderful comments!!

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