I used some leaves from a wild rose to make a print with the Gelli Plate and some acrylic paints for MariLynn's Leaf While You Can Mixability challenge. I don't know why I don't play with the Gelli more, it's always fun!
I used the "waste" circles from various tag dies to make the domed circles from tomato paste tube. Other media include acrylic paint, pigment ink, glue, and metal flake.
Brilliance ink by Tsukineko (Pearlescent Chocolate)
Flitter Glu and Mega Flake (Chariot of Fire) by Indigo Blu
Tomato paste tube
Date: Friday, August 23, 2019 GMT Views: 653
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Fri, Aug 23, 2019 @ 2:44 PM
Joanne, this is beautiful....every inch. I never use my Gelli plate...why? I just don't think of it and that is pitiful. Your card really makes me want to get it out.
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Fri, Aug 23, 2019 @ 8:37 PM
Joanne this is so rustic and beautiful. Next time you have the Gelli plate out, try using copy paper - it's very addictive LOL. Sabrina sent me a tomato paste tube, the gold inside die cuts like butter and it is also great coloured with Copics. I digress, your card is gorgeous. TFS
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