In this clip from Art Journaling 5 - Mix Up The Media , Kate Crane shows how easy it is to design a stencil, cut it out using the Gryo-Cut tool, then use a gel plate and acrylic paint to print the design onto her work. - Art Journaling 5 - Mix Up The Media - YouTube
maskingtape2 -- Next, and this one did work, I tried an old technique – covering cardstock with masking tape, then pulling the print over that. Really liked that effect. I smudged over paint to give the uniform background then pulled the print on top. -- Scrappystickyinkymess
Have you fallen in love with Gelli Plate printing yet? I have, and I'm just loving all the different results you can get! Different patterns, textures, colours, no two are ever the same! Experimenting with different techniques is so much fun! I like to use my Gelli Plate prints as backgrounds for my cards. Once the print is dry I add stamped images, textures, etc and then embellish over the top of that with other images and words or quotes etc. -- Inkurable Artistry
You can easily add layers of patterns and colour, but I decided to keep my prints pretty simple this time, since I was planning to add stamping on top. I picked out some of my favourite prints, in all the three colours and die cut with Tim Holtz ATC & Corners die. For the covers, I used mat board. I have a lot of left-over papers for another project.. Layers of ink: Dotty Gelli Print ATC Book
Gelli Bound Class Sample - I had a truly inspiring teaching experience this month with another Gelli Print offering at My Heart’s Fancy. This class was called Gelli Bound and my students learned new ways to create Gelli Plate monoprints, which we then used to make three little journals and a box to hold them in.
Inspiration Everywhere: A Few Gelli Prints, and a Huge Linky List... I've been busy making gelli prints on deli paper - here are some of them hanging to dry. The one of the face was made by putting a magazine image under the gelli plate (it's clear) and painting over the top. Fun!
What do you do with your Gelli Prints? Well mine are in stacks all over the place. Some of them I like, and others I don't. But I have been watching a lot you-tube video's on Gelli Plate printing. So I decided to make some super simple envelopes with some of my prints. Envelope #1 -- using the Balzer Designs "Chunky Chevron" stencil
Nordljus: Stitching it all together. So here's my finished little journal. I'm not quite sure yet what I'll be using it for. Not for painting, but maybe for noting down quotations and special memories and such. And I'll definitely be making more journals.
a montage of some gelatin prints by linda germain for the ICAD challenge Masking Stencils and Layering without Losing it! Be one of the first people to check out my latest video on youtube. I show you one way that I layer stencils to create a colorful image. If you enjoy it please share it with your buddies.
Yesterday I went through all my recent prints from Carla Sonheim's online Gelli printing class, and pulled out the ones I wasn't especially keen on. I cut them up into postcard-size pieces, colored the edges with ink and overprinted with metallic paint. Now they'll get used.