After a couple of years of hearing more and more about it and me, well, being a broke college student for most of those years, I finally bit the bullet. I bought myself a Gocco printer on Ebay last night, and I'm totally convinced it's worth every penny I spent for the brand new starter set (with machine) that I just bought.
What is a Gocco? It's this amazing machine from Japan that came about in the 1970s. It's essentially a silkscreen studio in this one little tool that looks like a toy. You can expose your screen (called a "master") and then print directly onto fabric or paper. The size you can print to depends on the model you're working with - mine does 4" x 6" - perfect for post cards and invites (after all, paper is my "thing").
In celebration of this exciting splurge, and in anticipation of some fun activities I'll be able to post, I'm giving you a Gocco (pronounced Go-Co, not Gokko) themed post for the craftsty types and the crafting fans!
Gocco Works on Etsy