Yep, it's a yummy gelli print parade of artsy prints!
When I was staying with Roben-Marie, I showed her my new methods for making gelli prints that allows you to make more prints at once AND play around with home-made stencils, among other little secrets (keep reading!). We then took over her dining room table and played for hours , making so many prints, I came home with an overstuffed folder of colorful fun!
AND! Have you seen the current issue of Somerset Studio? I wrote a gelli print tutorial for you all!
Christen came up with the most cleaver title, didn't she?
I'm thinking of putting some of my more artsy prints, included a couple seen in this article, up on Etsy this weekend. :)
And now, here are the prints! They were done on 140lb hot press watercolor paper. It really does make all the difference when you're printing! I also want to mention that my pages were made with the 6"x6" small gelli plate. Don't think that you need a big one to make pretty prints...the small one is unique and tons of fun!
I have an awesome announcement for you all, especially if you love making prints or want to make some like mine...
A couple of months ago, some girlfriends and I were chatting about prints at an art journaling play date when one said she'd love to maybe make a journal....and I said, "I've done that! I love it!"
Then they told me I had to teach them.
I've been developing this class since then, and after I played with Roben-Marie (plus general soul-searching), I decided to turn it into an online class!