The Powder Printer - Pre-Order FAQ

How long will the pre-order deal be available?

We will accept pre-orders until March 31, 2024.

Where can I see pictures of the stencils included in the pre-order Studio Kit?

We are still testing and finalizing the stencil designs and will post them when available.

How many stencils will be available?

We expect to have over 100 stencil designs (many multiple stencils) when the product begins shipping in April. We will then be releasing new stencils frequently, with the goal of multiple new designs released  weekly.

What if I want a design you don't have?

Make a suggestion by emailing us at! We are always looking for new design ideas.

How much do stencils cost?

Retail pricing for stencils is $12 each. Many of the stencil packs include multiple stencils to allow easy mutli-colored design. When The Powder Printer ships in April there will store-wide discounts based on cart totals (including ebooks) that will reduce prices by as much as 25%.

I don't want to choose just one "3 part stencil" with the Studio Kit. How do I get all of them?

The stencils offered with the Studio Kit. along with many more, will be available to purchase separately when the product is released in April.

Can I make my own stencils?

The Powder Printer is designed to work with thick, rigid plastic stencils that are not easily cut by hand or with a craft cutting machine (like the Silhouette and Cricut). We cut all stencils using a powerful laser cutter.  Additionally, stencils are designed (often in non-obvious ways) and individually tested to work well with glass powders. To ensure quality results, we do not offer support for user-cut stencils.

What are the dimensions?

The Powder Printer Station is approximately 8 inches (20 cm) wide and 9 inches (23 cm) tall. Stencils designs vary but all are designed to fit on a 6 inch (15 cm) square shelf (included).

What if I want larger images?

Often, multiple stencil parts can be combined to create a bigger "scene." Additionally, we expect to release a different solution for larger stencils in the near future.

Does this work with traditional stencils?

You can use traditional stencils but you won't get the two most important benefits of The Powder Printer: deeper powder deposits thanks to the thick stencils and multi-color registration.

How does this compare to using a silk screen to print powders?

Silk screens do not provide automatic layer registration and they do not enable the thick powder deposits and richer colors, two of the chief benefits of The Powder Printer.