Monday, August 26, 2013

gelli fun

After watching Augusts’ gelli plate party over on Carolyne Dube’s blog I had to get some sticky back felt circles (the ones u use to protect the furniture) and have it ago myself, just had to, all you out there who have a gelli plate know what I mean.  This weekend I was able to fit in a couple of hours of play, joy!  I started out by making a texture plate:


I put the circles in a spiral. I then grabbed all my tools with circles (homemade stencils, cork, bubble wrap, masks, tubes):

And started playing!!!  I was having fun, but wasn’t all that excited about the results until I started layering mask on top of the backgrounds. I was over the moon with excitement about the results:









I love the birds so much that I'm thinking of getting a frame (a long rectangle for 3 pictures) and framing them. What do you think?
And on top of these I've got a couple of beautiful images to use in a future project:


 It won't be too long before I do some more prints, that's for sure, way too much fun!
Thanks for stopping bye and hope to see you soon back.





8 comments:

  1. Love how you isolated part of the Gelli print with the images! What fun! So glad you shared with the party!

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    1. Thank you for hosting such an awesome party!!!

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and leaving comment

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  3. looks really cool!
    xxx Susi
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    1. Thanks for the invitation, I will check it out.

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  4. Beautiful! I just started using mixed media so I am very elementary at this point. Thank you for sharing! I love my Gelli Art Plate.

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    1. Thank you very much, It has not been that long since I've been exploring mixed media, but I'm loving it!!!

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