It has been a busy week for me but I finally had a chance to play around with my new Gelli Arts® Gel Printing Plate (along with some old acrylic paints I had on hand and various embossing folders).
I am rating this project as a "3"- not really difficult, just a lot of steps involved so a "3" for time :-)
The main folder used is not SU! nor are the Gelli Plate and acrylic paints but the everything else is SUO :-)
I decided to create a few background panels for the CCC14 Christmas Card and Mix-Ability MIX26 Stencils Challenge at Splitcoaststampers and also incorporated the Festive Friday FFC25 Inspiration Photo along with the Seize the Sketch STS20 Challenge.
I did not have any embossing paste on hand so used the embossing folder as a stencil for the print and texture.
I have more details and free detailed instructions on My Blog
Thanks again for looking- have a great week!
Date: Thursday, May 29, 2014 GMT Views: 2097
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni Creative Crew SU Design Team Alumni
Registered: October 5, 2006 Location: Maryland Posts: 10014
Thu, May 29, 2014 @ 8:12 PM
Thanks Nancy! I am having fun experimenting with the Gelli Arts Printing Plate and embossing folders- my acyrlic paint selection is old Folk Art colors so I added some of our Classic Inks to the paper after printing to achieve more depth:-) Thanks again for taking the time to comment and encourage me- hugs to you my friend!!
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