Oh my goodness, last week I got a Gelli Arts gel printing plate from Genuinely Jane Studios. The Gelli printing plate is this 8 x 10 soft (jello) like plate. You put paint on it and can do a mono print. Of course, the boys had to try it out too!
Here is Sam’s two prints- the ghost and the regular print. The ghost is the left over paint that is on your plate after the print.
Here are mine:
Then I thought, it would be fun to make a little popsicle stick journal. These are the front and back covers. I will show this little journal all finished in a few weeks.
Then I wanted to see how it worked on a wooden Genuinely Jane Studio book. I did NO prep, no gesso, no sanding, NOTHING…
Don’t they look amazing? Can’t wait to finish this book 🙂
Bottom line Gelli Arts gel printing plate is AWESOME! Don’t walk, run and get one you will not be disappointed!
Thanks for stopping in! Have a great night!
2 thoughts on “Gelli arts gel printing plate”
These Gelli plates sound interesting. Love the boys work. And yours. 🙂
Wow, K, your work is awesome. The boys did such an awesome job too. They are getting in so much art time. The patterns on all the pieces are intriguing.