When I make gelli prints, I always use deli paper to clean off my gelli plate between colors. I also use the deli paper to experiment with an idea before using the "good" paper. As a result, I've got quite a stash! I stitched each strip side by side onto a plain sheet of deli paper. Once the sheet was filled, I cut it in half and stitched the two halves together to form one long piece. ---- texterial: Saturday Experiment: Ruffled Gelli-Printed Deli Paper
gelli printed frame -- Gelli positioning tool project The idea grew out of my comment that you could use the tool even with smaller paper so long as you attached the small paper to a bigger piece that fit your positioning corners. As I thought, the frame idea works great, with an interesting added bonus.
If you like foliage and want to keep it around longer than peak time of only a few weeks, try making some out of paper. They're realistic looking, beautiful and a great way to use Gelli-printed papers. -- Gonna Stuff a Chicken: Paper Leaf Tutorial using those Gelli Printed Papers