With thanks to Mariann I've been playing with printing three separate blocks on one piece of paper.  It feels very refreshing after so many reduction block printing where you end up with a block which has very little lino left and is totally useless.  You have to decide exactly how many prints you want right at the start.

With this method, the blocks could be printed again as you still have the three original blocks.  I have included photos of the three blocks, a print using two blocks and two versions of the three block print.  It certainly was time consuming cutting the blocks (three days), but such a lot of fun.  Now I can cut some more blocks to "mix and match", combining them in different ways and printing in different colours.  The possibilities are e

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