November 7, 2014

My first Gelli Plate Prints

When I arrived home yesterday these were waiting for me.

An 8X10 Gelli Plate and some Sharpie paint markers.  :)  Thank you Amazon and Dick Blick!

So, of course I had to play a little.  I made a bunch of Gelli prints - and even just my initial tryout produced some that I really like.  It's a simple and fun process with all sorts of possibilities!

I am still working on my series of tags and here are a couple more - still in process. (The faces are from Teesha Moore collage sheets.)  Played with the white paint markers in these.

What have you been up to? Have you tried a Gelli Plate?


  1. Love gelli printing. Made my own plates and printed on deli paper. To try it is to love it!

  2. The cards look great. It's always good to try something new. Visiting from AEDM.

  3. These are so fun and what a great idea. I have seen a bit of gel printing and am intrigued.

  4. For a first attempt, these are stunning. Impressive use of your gelli.

    I got tired of making my own gelatin plate years ago, so asked everyone I knew for one for Christmas or my birthday. For over three years NO ONE gave me one, soI finally bought one myself. I've used it ONCE. Not sure why I don't care for it, but I don't. Maybe I need to play with it more, because my results looked NOTHING as awesome as yours.

  5. Lovely prints. I am so tempted to get a Gelli plate, I have seen so many fun things done with them!

  6. that looks like a lot of fun. I've always wondered what gelli prints were, now I know! Visiting from AEDM.

  7. Gelli printing is addictive! you pulled some cool ones.

  8. Love your gelli prints...I haven't used my plate as much as I wanted though.

  9. Love your tags so much!! It's the geli plate fun.... you will be busy at is for quite some time!

    Hugs Giggles


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