I wanted to share another one of the background prints that I created 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 the acrylic paints, Gelli Plate but the everything else is SUO :-)
I decided to create a few background panels using the clock embossing folder and this panel was one of the scrap pieces of Watercolor Paper for the Mix-Ability MIX26 Stencils Challenge, NAC91 Sketch Challenge and the Craft Hoarders Anonymous Blog #8 Challenge to use Metal or Glass.
I did not have any embossing paste on hand so used the embossing folder as a stencil for the print and texture.
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Thanks again for taking the time to look- have to warn you though, this Gelli Plate Printing is addicting- lol!!
Date: Friday, May 30, 2014 GMT Views: 1020
Registered: December 8, 2010 Location: Alberta Posts: 80
Fri, May 30, 2014 @ 11:07 PM
These are all beautiful. I will take you at your word, though, and steer clear of the gelli plate...for now. I already have enough things I don't really know how to use properly, but keep buying for anyway!
------------------------------ Thanks to the SCS community for all the ideas, support and sharing!