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IS THIS NOT COOL? Rubber band stamps. Using old rubber bands to make line stamps. I would use something sturdier than this cardboard as a base. Kids would even have fun doing this. For best results sketch on the design first.

Gelli printing fun - YouTube -- Karen Ellis, from the Art House Studio, has a little fun playing with her Gelli Plate during her live Friday Night USTREAM Broadcast. Enjoy these pages and come back next week to see them bound into a fun journal book. - Captured Live on Ustream at www.ustream.tv/....

▶ Frog Dog Studio, Gelli Plate Tutorial - YouTube.

For those of you who want to make your own Gelli Plate. Derivan Creating a Gelatin Plate - With Eliza

Printing with Gelli: GELLI up to the BAR! BAR is a dynamic group of about 70 diverse artists, including myself, with a shared passion for book arts.

The Gentleman Crafter - 'You talk about addictive, this is truly addictive! The thing you MUST remember is to have a fresh stack of cardstock on hand, because you will be pulling monoprints all night long! Trust me! It's like this... "wonder what happens if I do this...what if I add this color....Oh that's cool, but if I do this what will happen." It was an awesome night for coming up with a ton of backgrounds I can go back and use when I need them.'

Gelli prints, Gelli prints, everywhere I look! What the hell am I going to do with all these prints??? I've got it!!! I'll make some notecards with matching envelopes!

Another outstanding video by Andy! This is a great example of working back into a print using stencils, paint, and stamps. He shows every step in creating his fabulous piece of art! Much to be learned from his deliberate approach to developing a finished piece! "http://youtu.be/QUEyKNXUXsQ

"the ART of GELLI prints" online workshop use the Gelli plate & learn to incorporate layered looks into your art includes over 30+ techniques, tools and layering suggestions & 4 projects

Household Junk and the Gelli Plate with Carolyn Dube