VIDEO TUTORIAL: Gelli™ Printing with Styrofoam Plates. Gelli™ Printing with Styrofoam Plates Here's a great way to repurpose styrofoam plates to use in monoprinting! Watch this video for ideas on how to make your own unique reusable designs for Gelli printing!
Gelli® Printing Without a Brayer - Instead of using a brayer to apply paint to the Gelli® plate, let's change it up and use a palette knife and various scrapers! Watch this video demonstrating monoprinting with this fun and expressive method for painting the plate.
Printing with Gelli Arts®: Gelli Printing: Dark Over Light Easy, fun and so versatile! Apply layers of light paint with a DIY sponge dauber, let it dry—then brayer dark paint over it and pull your print. Watch this Gelli video to see it demonstrated step-by-step!
Gelli Printing on Sheer Fabric — Tutorial: Enhance your art by adding a layer of monoprinted sheer fabric, such as organza or habotai silk! Watch this video demonstrating useful tips and mark-making inspiration for Gelli® printing on sheer fabrics!
Video Tutorial by #birgitkoopsen - Beautiful Image Transfers on Gelli® Printed Backgrounds! Follow along with Birgit Koopsen and learn the secrets to successful image transfers on Gelli® printed backgrounds!
Blog and Video Tutorial: Gelli Printing on Fusible Interfacing FYI— Materials used in the video include the following: 12"x14" Gelli plate 4" Speedball soft rubber brayer Fusible Nonwoven Interfacing — Pellon® 808 Craft-Fuse® Liquitex Basics Acrylic paint Amsterdam Standard Series Acrylic paint Hand-cut masks from blank stencil material (blue plastic) Hand-cut masks cut from cardstock Commercial stencils Catalyst Wedge Colour Shaper Deli paper (used for cover sheets)
Video Tutorial — Gelli® Printing with Folded Paper..!! Such cool effects can be achieved in Gelli® printing using a simple piece of folded paper. Watch this video to see the interesting mark-making possibilities with accordion folded paper!