"I first made the background, first one with the Gelli Plate, it was kind of gummed up but I don't think my Art Fairy cared. I sketched her and did the watercolor crayon business on her and some acrylic paint. I don't think she wanted to be left forever without bling." - Annette
Cath Sheard - Artist today I started on the thanks for being amazing cards. I used my Gelli plate, some old doilies we found, a Tracy Bautista stencil from Stencil Girl and my trusty Golden Fluid acrylics. Once I had done all my cards I covered the Gelli plate with medium yellow and let it dry, to pick up all the lovely leftovers off the plate – that’s the first photo.
Hands and Heart: Gelli plate printing with Monica Zuniga! I used my own work printed on a copy paper as a collage piece, I have painted so many faces that I think is a good idea to use them all over agin in my art journals!
Stampington & Company - Monoprint Inspiration by Christen Olivarez. The Gel Printing Plates easily allow you to create monoprints on a variety of surfaces. In the past, people would use unflavored gelatin to create their own gel plates at home. Unfortunately, that process is time-consuming and a bit messy. Gel Printing Plates can be used time and time again, and are relatively mess free.