1.) The most successful print in my opinion was the Relief Print. You are supposed to first, carve out or cut out a design or a word (if you do do a word you need to make sure to cut it out backwards so that when you transfer the image, it comes out normal) and then you use an ink plate to put some color down. You can make the colors however you like. Next you would use the the brayer that you mixed the colors with to roll over your cutout. once you are done with that all you need to do is lay a piece of paper on top and push down on it and flatten it. I thought this was the best one because of its simplicity and how nice my prints came out.
2.) I would've liked to have done the monoprinting over. Here what you do is, put ink on an ink plate and spread it all over it and then you edge out a design that later you put a piece of paper over and smooth out with a baren. I wish I would have known better and put less ink on the ink plate before I made my design because once I smoothed it on and lifted it, it came out looking like a giant blob.
3.) I personally really enjoyed the screen printing. What you have to do is, first (what I found most difficult) you need to think of an idea you want to draw out on paper and cut out. Then once you have cut out your design, you put some tape on the edges and tape it onto a screen printer. Finally you just find some paint you like and scrape it on the opposite side if the screen printer. I thought this was a pretty sweet technique and it gave me great results.