Monday, November 19, 2012

Wipe Out Monoprinting

Create unique monotypes by wiping paint OFF your Gelli plate. Watch this fun video to see some great effects you can achieve using the fabulous new Catalyst Wedge tools for Gelli printing!



This is a subtractive, or negative, method of monoprinting. That means you start by applying paint to your plate — and remove some by wiping it off to create your image.

Combs and scrapers can create an exciting variety of highly individual mark-making resulting in original and unique Gelli prints.

Wiping combs and scrapers across the Gelli plate is a fast and easy way to create dynamic patterns. I'm using Catalyst Wedges, made by the Princeton Brush Co., for these techniques — and they work beautifully! I am loving these tools!

In case you're not familiar with the new Catalyst Wedges — they're made of silicone and ergonomically designed to fit in your hand. Fun to use. Easy to wipe clean … and dried paint peels right off.  How perfect!


And did you notice that the prints in this video are created on our NEW biggest Gelli plateYES!  That plate is 12"x14" — so for those of you who are looking for a larger Gelli experience … it's now available :)

To make your print:
  1. Apply paint to your Gelli plate and roll it out with a brayer. Using several analogous colors can give your print added interest.
  2. Swipe the comb tools into all kinds of patterns. Use a scraper tool and remove some of the paint to make your marks. Be spontaneous and have fun!
  3. Cover your painted plate with paper. Rub to transfer the paint — and pull your print.

TIPS:

Layer comb lines in different and crisscross directions to create complex patterns!



Layer one wiped print over another!


Comb into the paint before you add stencils and masks for another element of pattern in your prints. Love that!


Easy! Fun! And totally addicting!

And since we're talking about wiping out … let's not forget the ubiquitous pencil eraser! It's a perfect tool for making dots! Just press into the paint and it will leave a nice round mark! Try it! Cotton swabs also do the trick :)


Wiping paint off the plate creates prints with areas that are perfect for working back into. It's fun to doodle in the blank areas!


Write journal entries along the swirly combed lines! Add collage elements!


Fill in wiped out areas with watercolors, sprays, Distress Stains and more! The acrylic paint will act as a resist. (See blog: Are We There Yet — for ideas and info!)


So many possibilities!


This Contest is officially CLOSED


Eager to get your hands on these fabulous state-of-the-art new Catalyst Wedges?

Here's a truly AMAZING GIVEAWAY to get you wiping out print designs like crazy!

And hey, who says the number 13 is unlucky???!!! Not us!

THIRTEEN! — yes, 13 — lucky winners will be selected at random to each win a set of three (3) new Catalyst Wedges.

 

ONE lucky GRAND PRIZE WINNER will ALSO win a 6x6 Gelli plate in addition their set of 3 Catalyst Wedges. *GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED*

 

To enter to win all you need to do is leave a comment here on the blog....

**If you announce our giveaway on YOUR blog or Facebook page, your name will be entered TWICE — doubling your chance to win! Just make sure we know you've done it :)**

This Contest is officially CLOSED 


A HUGE Gelli thanks to the wonderful Princeton Brush Co. for contributing their ultra-cool wedges to our blog giveaway!

The winners will be announced on (this Friday - November 23rd, 2012) here on the blog … and by Nancy on the Gelli Arts Facebook page.

Good Luck! And Happy Printing!

237 comments:

  1. Great blog post! I can't wait to do some more printing. :)

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  2. This was a fabulous video! I need to get some gold paint- fast! I am an enabler and posted it on Facebook!

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  3. OOOOH, I'm dreaming of a Gelli Plate!!

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  4. How brilliant! Love those luscious prints! I have shared on my Facebook page :o)
    Alison x

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  5. Another amazing technique I must try. Thanks for the inspiration - and the wonderful gelli!

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  6. I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A GELLI PLATE!!!

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  7. I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A GELLI PLATE!!!

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  8. I would love to win a gelli plate! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  9. ..and I also shared this blogpost on my facebook

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  10. I used my 8x10 for the first time today and I am hooked :) Facebooked with pleasure.

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  11. I love my Gelli Plates and now I have another reason to play more with them. I would love some of those Wedges. Will share on FB. Thanks. Great video.

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  12. I love this video and I posted it on my Facebook page for some of my former students to see. Some are now artists themselves, others are art teachers. I have been using an old credit card for printing and painting techniques but these new scrapers are the best!

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  13. Those wedges look great fun.....perfect with the Gelli plate:)

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  14. I have not seen the Catalyst Wedges- great tools! I love the idea of journaling in the negative spaces.

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  15. Oh gosh more magic! I love my Gelli plate and would love to win these wedges plus add a 6x6 Gelli plate to my arsenal. :) I also want to thank you guys for shipping my 12x14 so fast! You rock and I tell my friends to buy direct from you just because of the fast shipping! Thanks for all you do!

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  16. OMG I want all your products!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing this and for the give way!

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  17. Wow That looks really Fun! I see those in my future!

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  18. Awesome, please enter me in the draw1 Thank you so much!!

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  19. GREAT video! Princeton also makes Catalyst Tools, smaller versions of Wedges and useful for making finer marks on any size Gelli plate.

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    1. Hi Trish, Yes, you are correct! Princeton Brush does make other tools besides the Catalyst Wedges, called Catalyst Blades.

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  20. Great technique, can't wait to try it!

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  21. I had already put some gelli stuff on my wish list for Christmas, but after watching the video, I'm not sure I can wait that long!

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  22. Number 13 IS my lucky number -- my birthday and my daughter's.

    Great tutorial that yields some fabulous results.

    I shared the video and blog post with my Facebook Crafty Friends!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  23. Another great video! I love monoprinting and I'm crossing my fingers that I get a gelli plate as a gift for the holidays!

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  24. I have 3 gelli plates and love them. Would love to have the new Catalyst Wedge tools. They look like a lot of fun

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  25. I have two different sizes of gelli plates and love working with them. The wedges would be a great addition. Thank you for this opportunity.

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  26. Looooove the Gelli plate!!! And I love the patterns that you made using the catalyst tools. Something else for me to try!

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  27. Great video!! Can't wait to try some of these techniques.

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  28. Wow. Amazing. I can't wait to try these!

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  29. Love to try the wedges out on my gelli plate.

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  30. Imagine the possibilities! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. Oh how much fun ... the wedges look so much better than my hardware store versions. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  32. Can't wait to try this effect. I played with my Gelli plate this weekend and love. Love it. I'm also going to post this on my blog. www.chartmandesigns.blogspot.com

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  33. Awesome! I just love it, - and have shared, of course!! :)

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  34. Great technique! I will share on my FB page:)

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  35. A bigger gelli plate. Great but first I NEED those catalyst wedge tools. This monoprinting is amazingly gratifying!

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  36. That was the best Gelli Plate video I've seen yet! And the Catalyst Wedges produce awesome prints!

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  37. Oh, this is so exciting to see all the wonderful FUN possibilities! I can't wait to give them all a try. Thank you for this video!

    Mary Hicks

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  38. WOW! This looks like fun. Guess I know what I'll be doing over Thanksgiving break - more Gelli fun.

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  39. Love this tutorial! I really really like the wedges. I have been looking locally for wedges like these without luck so glad I now know where to find some! Thanks!

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  40. I'm always amazed by the layering effects you can get with these gelli plates! Thanks for the great ideas

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  41. Oooh! I'd love to win! I have the second largest plate and I have a week off after Christmas to play. I can hardly wait!

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  42. I shared the giveaway on my facebook page. Thanks!

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  43. I just bought my first Gelli plate two weeks ago, along with a couple Catalyst Blades and Wedges. Amazing products, I'm having a great time experimenting with different acrylics. Liquid acrylic gives a great transparent color blending effect on the Gelli plate. I've also used the wedges to build texture into grounds for some acrylic pieces. Great products, and kudos to Gelli Arts for their always excellent videos.

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  44. Fantastic tools to use on the Gelli plate.

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  45. Super fun! I shared on FB. Would love to try these tools with our girl scout troop for a gelli printing project. I can already hear their ooohhhs and ahhhhhhs!! Thanks for sharing.

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  46. This was an amazing video! The new tools are fantastic and the larger size gelli plate is simply drool-worthy!!

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  47. LOVE this and love my Gelli plate!! I'm especially excited to try to the technique where you let the first layer dry, then added more paint!

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  48. Brilliant ... yet another great idea .. Thank you Gelli Arts.
    For all your continued inspiration .. We are all going to have so much fun!!!

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  49. These look like really cool tools to have! I have been going all over town looking for the Gelli Arts printing plates and no luck so far. I will have to order one online I think. Now deciding between the small or large, or both? haha

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  50. Another great blog post. I just bought my third Gelli plate today (nice to find them in Dick Blick), but this one is a gift for a friend.

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  51. Happy to share on my fb page awesome video and giveaway...

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  52. Great video. Those wedges look like so much fun!
    Especially love the ghost prints
    I shared on Facebook too.

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  53. Oh Wowie Zowie! Loving these techniques. Gotta get those wedges (imagine that, giving your plate a wedgie?)

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  54. I'd love a chance to win! Thanks!

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  55. Way Cool!!!! I would Love to win some of these!!!!

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  56. Oh boy, such amazing prints. I hope I am one of the lucky 13. Thanks for the chance to win:)

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  57. Wow! This is exciting! I started a few years ago on the Knox gelatin plate in the kithen! I want, I want!

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  58. I have ordered my gelli plate and I cannot wait until I can start creating. I would LOVE to win the new catalyst wedge tools.

    Gail
    gmlarsen@comcast.net

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  59. What great ideas! I need to try this too.

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  60. OMG!!! This looks like SOOOO much fun!! I would love to win this giveaway and give it a shot myself!!! Wowie zowie!!

    Joyce
    stamperjoyce at gmail dot com

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  61. Oh, wow! What great techniques! Ca't wait to try them!!!

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  62. I've spread the word! You can see my plug for your giveaway on my Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/jdsthinker

    I would be floored -- and ecstatic!!! -- if I won your giveaway!

    Joyce
    stamperjoyce at gmail dot com

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  63. Ooh! Hope I win!!! Love the techniques shown here.

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  64. This looks so fun and amazing! I'd love to win, but if I don't, the Gelli is already on my Christmas wish list. Love the looks of the wedges too!

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  65. Great Video - Off to post on FACEBOOK!
    :-D eirdre

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  66. Love my Gelli plate! I got some great ideas on this video. I think the wedges are a must for my wish list!

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  67. Oh what fun...I have some various scraping tools I use in painting, but these look so much better.
    I would love to win them, but I would really love the grand prize!

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  68. Oh I LOVE my Gelli! What wonderful tools to use with it. Thank you for all the awesome tutorial videos, they are so helpful. You have enhanced the way I create!

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  69. Great tutorial, thanks for the inspiration!

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  70. What an awesome give away! Such inspiration! , shared on Facebook!

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  71. Wow.. what a great video and a great give-away. I don't have a plate yet. thank you.

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  72. These look like so much fun! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  73. Loving the look that these comb tools produce, I'd be thrilled to win some! Thanks for the chance. I'm sharing this on my FB page!

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  74. I loved the video.....thank you for the chance to win one of these fabulous prizes.....:)

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  75. Wow, a friend just shared this blog on Facebook and I really want to try the Gelli Art. Looks so exciting.
    Going to have to find out how to get my hands on some in Australia.

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  76. Thank you for the chance to win! I teach HS art and I just ordered 6 of the 8 x 10. I wish I would have known there is a bigger plate!

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  77. I'm hoping Santa brings me a Gelli Plate! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    1. Love my Gelli plates and would love to try wedges

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  78. Love your new video! Add flavor to an already wonderful medium.

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  79. Love this video....cant wait to get the tools and try those techniques out. Also loving the new super big plate....awesome for those larger papers and projects. Thanks for a chance to win!!

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  80. 13....always been a lucky number.. Hopefully this time too!

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  81. Thank you for providing the chance to win these great tools!

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  82. What a great idea. Cannot wait to try on my Gelli plate! Of course another plate or some neat tools would be just the right Xmas gift. Thanks.

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  83. Well I guess I know what In going to ask Santa for- unless a little elf picks me :)

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  84. Yes- I am eager to get my hands on these! Thanx for sharing

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  85. Oh, Lordy.........I HAVE to have a Gelli Plate!! WAITING for payday!!

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  86. Would love to win a Gelli Plate! Thanks!

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  87. I have been dreaming of getting a Gelli plate I simply love this thank you for the opportunity

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  88. You have the best tutorials! It is really fun to watch the magic happen!

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  89. Just received my first gelli plate - cant wait to try it out! The wedges will be on my list of must haves!

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  90. tous ces outils font des effets superbes, j'adore!

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  91. The Gelli Plate is my favorite art tool of all! Looking forward to trying the wedges. quinn8561@gmail.com

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  92. Gelliarts: your emails make a great start to the day. More excellent ideas for my Gelli plate fun...

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  93. This is nothing but awesome. Wow. Love your video.

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  94. Just spent my morning watching your demos! I'm in love. As a middle school teacher this looks like a great way to bring in printing with ou a press! The printed textures would be great for an Eric Carle inspired collage too!

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  95. What an awesome and inspiring tutorial! I've got some time this holiday weekand and definitely plan on having some fun with my Gelli plate. LOVE these tools and techniques that you keep introducing to us too!

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  96. I am so here....great tutorial on the Gelli plate. I love gelatin printing.

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  97. I love my plates and have asked Santa for the new big one.

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  98. I was introduced to the Gelli plate in October during a three day series of mixed media art classes. I am in LOVE with it. Been experimenting with all kinda of things to create patterns and textures (lots of stuff from Dollar Tree). I would LOVE to win a set of silicone tools to play with! ajdeardurff@netscape.net

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  99. WOW I need some of those silicone tools, I have the smaller gelli plate and love it

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  100. I love the possibilities that open up with such amazing tools. My brain is exploding with ideas. Thanks for the great video and giveaway!

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  101. Thank you for the opportunity to enter. I will enter each time in the hope to win a Gelli plate! It seems great to me and I love the video's!

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  102. I love the catalyst tools. Have not yet tried the Gelli plates.
    Great video!

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    1. Hi Jenny!!

      If anyone if wondering what other things you can do with the Catalyst tools, check out Jenny's video where she shows using them for encaustic, batik, and mono-printing.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6bjRVeC91I

      Virginia

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  103. Many thanks to Joan for this incredible video with the Gelli Plate. We are thrilled to support Gelli Arts as they have a fantastic product. I know why everyone is so inspired, as I've been following her demos too!

    If anyone has questions about Catalyst, just message me on our Facebook page, facebook.com/catalysttools.

    Best,
    Virginia Cofer
    Catalyst Product Manager
    Princeton Brush Co.

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  104. I've yet to try Gelatin printing. I would love to use a Gelli Plate and Catalyst tools to create Monoprints.

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  105. Brilliant videos! I am one with my Gelli Plate and I know would love experimenting with the Catalyst Wedge Tools!

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  106. I saw these silicone combs in the art shop the other day and I thought how interesting they looked but thought to myself that I didn't need any of them but after seeing the video I want all of them! They are such a cool addition to the Gelli plate. Thanks for even more inspiration.

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  107. I have been having fun with my new gelli plate but now that I have seen this video I need an even bigger selection of paint and some of these cool wedges. I am itching to get doodling in between the grooves.

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  108. Those look like really fun tools - - - If I don't win I'll definitely have to be on the lookout for them!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    edie

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  109. I'm crossing my fingers and toes that Santa will be delivering a Gelli Print to me for Christmas. But I know my art-inclined kids will want one too... so maybe a couple. LOL.

    Great video. So many fabulous ideas!

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  110. Hoping for an early Christmas present! Have been watching all the videos using the awesome Gelli Plate and can't wait to have a play.Those wedges would be awesome too :)
    Going to share this post on my facebook page.
    Thank you for the chance.

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  111. WOW WOW WOW this was so amazing!!!!!!!! I have never seen anything quite like it. I just LOVE the way the colors come together and how you can spend hours creating absolutely gorgeous backgrounds and just frameable art. I am blown away with this. Hopefully someday when I am a bit richer I will be able to buy these items. I guess my problem is....I always seem to be waiting at the airport when my ship comes in. LOL Thank you so much for a wonderful video. :o)

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  112. OKAY!!!! You are on my blog!
    I'm doing the Happy Dance!!!

    http://www.whatsmusewithyou.blogspot.com/

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  113. Just ordered a Gelli Plate from Blockheads Paper Arts---15 minutes ago!! And, thought I would pop over to the Gelli FB page and see what was up. Found the link to this awesome video!!! Can't wait to get my Plate and try out this technique!! Thanks for the inspiration!! Posting on my FB page.

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  114. I've had my Gelli Plate for a couple of months, but have only been able to play once. This gives me tons of inspiration! Gelli Arts is a Favorite Bookmark on my Browser and I plan to use it often! Thank you!

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  115. Wow- I guess I have great company in loving these catalyst wedges!

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  116. I have just purchased a larger Gelli and would love to win a smaller version to share with my art art friends! Thank you for this opportunity and thank you for all the inspirational posts!

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  117. Wow, all I can say is Wow. So much creative potential in one small plate!! Brilliant for use in my work with kids too........... so much less mess! Would be in Gelli heaven if I won a Gelli plate!

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  118. The monoprints are amazing!! I've been using combs myself,so this would be a great addition to my tools! Thank you for the chance to win!

    Hugs,

    Carmen L
    cal8007 at aol dot com

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  119. This looks like so much fun. I would love to win these combs and Gelli Plate. qigongangel at yahoo.com

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  120. Ooooohhhhh! I have yet to try this ... After seeing this, I'm placing an order right away!!! Cannot wait!
    Thanks for a chance to win!

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  121. Oh my! I have just purchased a Gelli Plate, and now I would love to win the combs. What a combination. Thank you for the opportunity!
    Cheers!
    Jane

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  122. I have asked for Gelli Plates for Christmas and shared them on my Facebook page! Looking forward to new experiences!

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  123. What an awesome video! I want to play with my Gelli plate now :)
    These wedges seem to be fun tools, I think I will have to send a list to Santa. The new bigger Gelli plate would be really nice to have, too. (Hopefully I have not been too naughty this year.) When playing with my 8"x10" Gelli plate I have sometimes thought that it should have been bigger, so I am very pleased that you have made one.
    I have heard people having problems using the Golden fluid acrylics, because they dry too fast. I use a few drops of Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid to solve that problem.

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  124. I would love a gelli plate! It would be so much easier than making a gelatin plate in the fridge!! And those combs make some pretty cool designs!

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  125. I have used a 'home made' gelli plate and it was fun, but would so love to own the real thing. I printed onto fabric and then stitched into it, framed the piece and sold it at my last exhibition.

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  127. I have the smaller gelli plate but not the tools. I am amazed by these and the prints you can make! I have just received my 8x10 plate yesterday, but had no idea of all the possibilities! I just placed another order for the new large one!
    Thank you so much for the chance to win!

    I have also posted the giveaway on my blog at:
    http://artzology.com/blog/

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  128. I LOVE this! I have been playing with my small Gelli plate and can see that this could be a whole new addiction!

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  129. Totally addicted to Gelli Plates! I need the larger size now! Love! Love! These tutorials!
    THANK YOU!

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  130. LOVE the introduction of the larger plate. JUST stumbled upon the Catalyst Wedges at my local craft store and was totally intrigued. What a great combo... Gelli Plates & Catalyst Wedges!! Fingers are crossed to win.

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  131. Absolutely amazing! Loved watching your video.

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  132. Just ordered my gelli's and am looking forward to their arrival... Pretty sure the Catalyst Wedges will be next!

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  133. Wow! I bought one of those wedges awhile back at our local Blick store but haven't used it yet. Can't wait to try it on my gelli plate. Would love to see the others in action. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  134. Wow,wow,wow,would love the chance to win the wedges. Hubby has just agreed to buy me the large Gelli Art plate for my birthday next month.

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  135. I just ordered a gelli plate. I can't wait until it comes, so I can play!

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  136. This is so cool. I want them so bad.

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  137. I love my gelli plate and these look as if they'd be a great fun addition.

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  138. what a wonderful new idea for my gelli plate. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  139. I love the variety and flexibility of these techniques. Instead of paper, I plan on applying these to printing on fabric. Thanks for sharing this wonderful set of ideas.

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  140. I am so looking forward to getting a chance to try out Gelli plates. I posted your info on my facebook page and in groups on facebook. :)

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  141. I would totally love to win those Catalyst wedges. Haven't used my Gelli plate yet, looking forward to doing so soon.

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  142. Love see the variety of results people get with the Gelli Plate. Would be so fun to play with it and the Catalyst wedges. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  143. Wow wow!! My brain is overflowing with expiraments for this! Like black and white copies of photos as the paper to print on. Fingers are crossed!

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  144. Woh i love my gelliplates and all the possibilities they give me to be creative. Those wedges look pretty cool. Hope they will sell them in the Netherlands to...
    I hope i have a chance to win and keep my fingers crossed!
    With regards,
    Anna Lemsma

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  145. I could think of a million ways to use these! How beautiful and crazy easy! Love!
    -anna

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  146. I would love to try these in my classroom!! They look like a great tool that can withstand lots of uses!

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  147. Love this! It is very cool! Would love to have those around!

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  148. Yea! Such a terific give away. Off to find a four leaf clover and a rabbit's foot!

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  149. I can see so many uses for these wedges. What versatile tools. Would love to have these.

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  150. Looks like SO much fun!!! *fingers crossed*

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  151. I'm already fascinated with Gelli printing, but these new gadgets will be the catalyst to send me "over the wedge."

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  152. I just discovered your company and web site. I have never tried Gelli printing, but I sure do intend to do so asap. This has given me some great ideas for my card making.
    Posted the contest link on my facebook page.
    facebook.com/therese.arsenault

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  153. Oooh! So fun! I love these wedges, what a cool idea. It would be so great to win :)
    n.serene[at]gmail[dot]com

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  154. These wedges look like great tools for working with the Gelli plates. Love a chance to win a set.

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  155. Holy Toledo, those Catalyst Wedges are awesome! I hope I win, but even if I don't, I'll be ordering some I bet. LOVE my Gelli plates.

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  156. These wedges look like great fun and I can see them used in many different applications. Woo Hoo!

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  157. Love my gelli plate, would LoVe to try a catalyst wedge too!

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  158. I am so in love with gelli plate. The catalyst tools look so fun, I want to try them with my students.

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  159. Oh my gosh, I'm totally blown away with the looks one can get
    with your wedges. You've opened a whole new world of painting with Gelli Plates for me. Thank you for offering a chance to win some of your wedges.

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  160. Totally love the effects these wedges give especially when you leave the paint to dry then do a print, that's just too cool.
    Would love a set to see the effects in person!! :OP

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  161. Fantastic lovely exciting effects, love the over printing. would love the chance to win these.

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  162. I would love to try this! I took many printmaking classes in college and would have loved to have had Gelli +the tools!

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  163. Wow! what fabulous effects they make. Would love to win this set to go with my gelli plate :)

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  164. I just got my gelli plate a couple of weeks ago. I've been looking at hair picks, noodle brushes and other household texture making possibilities. I sure would love to win a set of these! Love the blog and am following on FB too. Hugs, Rockin Robin Caldwell

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  165. Wow, this is another awesome video!! I love the gelliplate very much! It's conquering the Netherlands!! :) Thank you for this inspiration!

    Margo Marnette

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  166. Amazing video. I love my Gelli plates and can't wait to try these nifty tools. What kind of paper do you print on? I love that you can go back and add to your prints. Truly inspirational!

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  167. I love my gelli plate! This blog is so informative and has the best ideas! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  168. I'm a little craaazeee for my gelliii! And, boy, would I love to win some cool tools!

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  169. I keep thinking of the Dr. Seuss book - Oh, imagine the cloth and paper you can print!!! I love my baby Gelli!

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  170. The Catalyst wedge tools look like oodles of fun. Would sure love to win some.

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  171. Love those prints and would love to get the wedges!
    thanks,
    d. wolff

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  172. Love these new tools!! I want some to try! beautiful bright colors on your samples
    AmyVetter at amysetcetera.blogspot.com

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  173. This video was so intriguing - and so frustrating, because I wanted to instantly recreate what I saw - only I don't have the Gelli Plate yet - and I don't have the wedges yet - I have the paint, though! Pick me! Pick me! :)

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  174. I used a scraper similar to the wedge tools at the weekend with pleasing results. I can see that having different sizes can be even more fun.

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  175. Enjoying using my gelli plates and a set of wedge tools would be fabulous. thanks for the chance to win a set.

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  176. I'd love to be in with a chance of winning a set of these tools. I think the gelli plate is fab. Hopefully this time my comment will load.

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  177. I've wanted a larger gelli plate. So happy one is now available. Fabulous comb designs.

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  178. I just ordered a gelli plate, so I'd love to win some tools to use with it.

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  179. Hope I am not too late to be entered in the giveaway! I love the Gelli Plates - use mine for printing fabric, mostly.

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  180. I hope I can still sign up to win. This looks like a lot of fun.

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  181. I just got my Gelli Plate. I've only had time to make a few monoprints but what fun!!! I love the video with this post. I can see that I need ALL the Catalyst Wedges. Keeping my fingers crossed...toes and eyes, too. LOL!! Thank you for the opportunity.

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  182. I posted this on my Facebook page Colleayn Klaibourne

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  183. What a great giveaway...thank you!!!

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