Incorporating Gelli Printing into Quilts. This second one is long and skinny. I see it as a great growth chart or to decorate a narrow and long space. Not that it will be either of those things, but it will be lovely as a simple demonstration for the Show stand or the Pop Up Classes.
Gelli printing workshop @ Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art Cassie Stephens - Art Educator and Blogger Remove the leaves, print again and positive prints second. Not only did the participants play around with the gelatin plates but they also tried their hand at printing on the Gelli-Plates. They created prints both on paper and on fabric. I loved their results.