Thursday, April 18, 2013

Clearly Gelli-Printed!

Put a twist on your monoprinting experience  — use gel medium instead of paint to create some clearly different Gelli prints! Watch this video for a clear idea ...




Gel medium is essentially acrylic paint without pigment. It goes on milky white and dries clear. We're making a clear print, which we'll use as a resist. This technique will work with either gloss or matte. I'm using Golden Regular Gel Gloss Medium— but use what you have and see how it prints.


Take advantage of the transparent medium and create prints on interesting paper! Like … book pages, sheet music, maps, pre-printed paper and so on. Try printing over a handwritten journal page, or your own doodles or stampings. And deli paper will give you wonderful translucent papers to use for layered collage. So many possibilities!


Here's the process…


1.  Apply the medium to your plate — same as you would with paint — then roll out with a brayer. Create textures and patterns in the gel (just like you would  with paint). 

Note:  I'm using some wonderful stencils from StencilGirl! I especially love their designs with large open areas, where I can add additional texture to individualize how the printed pattern will look. To do that, place the stencil onto the painted plate. Immediately place other texture(s) onto the stencil — press gently, then remove.

StencilGirl Stencils
Some good choices for textures to press into open areas in stencils include:  Embossed paper, plastic mesh, crumpled wax paper, cheesecloth, rubbing plates, and punchinella.

2.  Cover with paper, rub to transfer gel medium — and pull a print.


3.  Remove the stencil and quickly cover with fresh paper and pull another print. If there's enough medium remaining on the plate, this will create an interesting clear ghost print.



The next step reveals the magic in the print! 

4.  Apply a thin wash of color to your dry prints and see what happens! The printed gel resists the wash. What fun! I especially love adding color with Ranger's Distress Stains!


5.  Wipe the stained print with a damp paper towel. This will remove residual color from the clear areas revealing a bolder pattern with higher contrast.


You'll find plenty of suggested ways to add color to your clear Gelli print in the previous blog post, "Are We There Yet".  If you haven't read it — or are looking for inspiration — please take a look :)
Go ahead and try a "clear" day of printing for a different kind of Gelli print! And please share your prints on the Gelli Arts Facebook page!

 

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!!!!

 

Our fabulous prize package includes:  


One lucky winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday - April 22nd and announced here on the blog — and on our Facebook page.



To be entered to win, all you need to do is leave a comment here on the blog or on our Facebook page. All comments must include an email address. 



Want to double your chance to win? Simply subscribe to our YouTube channel and we'll enter your name twice. If you've already subscribed, let us know :)


And a special thanks to MaryBeth Shaw, of StencilGirl, for supplying the wonderful stencils!!!


THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!!!!

Good luck — and Happy Printing!

500 comments:

  1. I absolutely love your blog and Facebook page. I start my day with a trip to the Gelli FB page. I would love to win the give away. Thank You. laughingmoonarts@gmail.com

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  2. this looks like so much fun. Would love to win

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  3. I NEED these THREE stencils for my well being ...& the distress stains to DEstress ! no kidding around here. & oooo my ~ a reasonable sized gelli. THANK*YOU for the chance ...blessings ! from plumz soapz on fb

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  4. I LOVE this technique! I can just imagine the awesome art journal backgrounds I could make with that.

    (my e-mail is nonersays@gmail.com I'm already a subbie to your youtube channel under the name Nona Morris)

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  5. What a great video! Thanks for sharing this technique. I'm already subscribed to your Facebook page, as well as your YouTube channel. debbiejanelle@yahoo.com

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  6. and I had already liked your FB page. My email is:
    coollabtech at yahoo.com

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  7. can not wait to try this. 19carolmcdaniel60@gmail.com

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  8. Great idea, had not thought of that for a resist! Would love to win the giveaway at michelle@tiltedpineapple.com

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  9. WOW - I love this technique! I guess I know what I'm doing tonight! :)

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  10. Oh my, winning that prize would make me positively giddy! becky.lane@vownet.net

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  11. I just got my first gelli plate and have made 1 print so far- LOVE it. this technique sounds awesome, I will have to try it. katiebug92@att.net

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  12. I also now subscribe to your youtube. :)

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  13. I love the idea of using maps! I want to play too! carolannperkins@gmail.com I love watching your artist's videos.

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  14. Wow! I love all these techniques - it's really limitless what can be done! And thanks for the tip about StencilGirl - didn't know about that yet and have recently become hooked on stencils. lisa@horseconsulting.com

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  15. What a brill technique got to have a Gelli plate:) susandev17@gmail.com

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  16. Genius! It never occurred to me to try gel medium with my gel plate, but what a perfect marriage!! I would love to win... I've never tried the Ranger stains and they look awesome. Thanks for another great video!

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  17. Love your blog and YouTube channel! I am subscribed to your YouTube Channel, I follow your blog, your facebook and Pinterest Boards. You always post and link to the most awesome inspiring projects!
    NOW I have give it a try with my Golden Regular Gel Medium.
    Thanks for the chance to win! One can never have to many Gelli Plates, Stencils and Stains!
    Anna - annaelycm@aol.com

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  18. WOW!!! WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I will be trying this. What a fabulous idea!

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  19. Looks like a fun technique!
    I want to try it on my maps!! :)
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    paintmary (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  20. I love reading your site. I'm on FB page and you tube. I love my plate and getting all the tips. Would love chance to win. clamscrapper@yahoo.com

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  21. Thanks for this brilliant video - now I know what I'll be doing tomorrow!

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  22. always a fun new technique with golden artist paints.

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  23. What an amazing idea! More fun to be had... Thanks so much! Sue suepompetti@verizon.net

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  24. i have wanted the gelli plate for so long and have seen so many amazing things done with it, just dont have the money, on disability. so i keep trying to win things. i put this giveaway at the top of my list. thank you so very much for the chance to win it. xox

    lurabrown@gmail.com

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  25. You have made my day with all your simple to follow ideas and beautiful creations. I am a musician who has been trying her creative side with paints, stencils and the like. After a whirlwind divorce, you are helping me get back to all the things I used to enjoy and more! Thanks! IrishLass55@hotmail.com

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  26. Love your plates!! What a great way to create this effect! Thank you!!!

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  27. Oh my such ideas!!!! I have played with my Gelli Plate some but need to have more time. I would love to win! Thanks for the inspiration. My email address is deettawert@yahoo.com

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  28. Love my Gelli!! Thanks for all the great inspiration!!
    Nancy S

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  29. I can't wait for the workday to be over to try this tonight! SLR4me@yahoo.com

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  30. This is sooo cool! Thank you for all tose great ideas! Can't wait to try it!

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  31. I have read about gelli, watched films on youtube, love it! Cant find the material where i live (north of sweden) . Love to enter the give -away :-) Have a great spring!

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  32. This is a great idea. I love the combination of gel with distress inks. thanks for the giveaway!

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  33. WOW!!
    What a fun looking technique!
    I want to try this!! :)
    Thank you for the chance to win!
    liz.gates@yahoo.com.au

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  34. What a fantastic technique! And a wonderful giveaway too! I just subscribed to your YouTube channel, and my email address is dehart.anne@yahoo.com. Thanks!

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  35. I would love to win the give away! I have been playing with my Gelli Plate and love it. Love the blog and the ideas on Facebook. Can't wait to play with this new method! jatyeli@gmail.com
    Jean M.

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  36. Pick me, pick me, pick me.

    I love your blog.

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  37. Oh, wow, I love this! I would love to win!

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  38. Love this! Krysreece@gmail.com. I subscribed to youtube too.

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  39. Coolest technique ever! Would be fabulous to win...thanks for a chance! :) I just subscribed to your You Tube channel. katalinadesigns@comcast.net

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  40. Well, well, well. WHo knew? What an interesting technique. I am going to give it a try. COunt me in to win as well!

    roberta.warshaw@gmail.com

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  41. watching your video is always inspiring.....I would love to win!

    momsrest@yahoo.com

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  42. I would very much like to win. Thanks for the opportunity. And I loved the technique!

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  43. Wow.what a great technique......

    bjanie@wildblue.net

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  44. I would dearly love to win! I love my plate and would like the smaller one (and I heard there is a super-sized one now?). And I must have more stencil, lol.
    Oh I subscribed to YouTube channel also!

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  45. Can't wait to try the gelli plate and this gel medium technique. I hope i win

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  46. Love! Thank you for sharing this technique. mlrphotos at mac.com

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  47. I've been ignoring Gelli Plates for quite a while because I can't afford one, but want one so badly. If I win I promise to create wonderful designs, blog about them and be a thrilled Gelli Plate ambassador! textilerecycler@yahoo(dot)com

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  48. What an awesome prize package! I just subscribed to your YouTube channel! Looking forward to watching! Thanks for the chance to win :) julie4kw@yahoo.com

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  49. What a great video! Thank you! I'm a big fan of Stencil Girl, Wood Icing, and the tar! I'd love to win the Gelli Plate and all the prizes!

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  50. Wow, this looks like a fun technique, can't wait to try!

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  51. This is such a great idea. I am going to be printing tomorrow... now I have a new technique to try - can't wait! All fingers and toes are crossed to win this giveaway! leejenniferc@yahoo.com

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  52. What an AWESOME idea, Can not wait to try it. And of course I would love to win this set!! Thanks for all the info you share! jpdesigns77@gmail.com

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  53. That's great - never thought of that! Have used Goldens gel medium to extend drying times, which works really well on the plate. Love my small Gelli Plate and would love to win a larger one. Thanks

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  54. Thank you very much for the new idea....Love it!!

    marbask2002@yahoo.com

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  56. Awesome idea I would have never thought of using a gel medium for a resist, I have used clear embossing powder for a resist! Can't wait to go and buy some Gel Medium for my Gelli Plate! Thanks for a chance to win the fabulous prize.

    jackiesmith645@gmail.com

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  57. Wow I gotta try that gel idea. Love to win the supplies too. Email is gillespiestreet@gmail.com

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  58. I have been stalking the elusive Gelli Plate lately. I have seen so many wonderful effects and projects made with the unique prints. I am ready to enter the world of the Gelli. I already subscribed to your You Tube channel. It has been a wonderful way to learn about Gelli prints.
    Thank you for the chance to win such a great prize!
    glowreahhh@gmail.com

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  59. Now I know why I have been saving that old sheet music. I would love to win

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  60. What a cool idea--I can't wait to give it a try. Love all your tutorials! Thanks for the inspiration. Bette

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  61. Another terrific inspirational idea- thanks so much for allof them :)
    rivergirlart@bigpond.com

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  62. Love this cool affect, would love to try it. Thanks for the give-away.

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  63. Love the look of this tutorial - great ideas. Thanks!

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  64. My gelli plate just arrived today - so excited to try this tutorial with it!

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  65. This is a super technique. I can't wait to try it. Thank you so much.
    Annie

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  66. I've been making paste papers (and teaching others) for years. The Gelli Plate would allow me to use many of the same texturing tools. Would love to have this entire kit! I am constantly drawn to all the links on Pinterest.

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  67. Just bought a 6x6 but would love a second!! Shurla.mcmanus@gmail.com

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  68. I love playing with my Gelli Plate. I've been watching your YouTube videos since day one. Fun, fun, fun!

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  69. Mary Beth has some fabulous stencils in her collection. (& she's super nice too-we're very old friends.) I like the idea of yet another use for the Ranger Distress Stains. I had a couple of bottles I've barely used-just waiting for the right project. It's really cool that you can create a resist with the matte medium. When I get a Gelli Plate, I will have to try this! I love that so much of the art supplies I have lying around the house can be used with the plates-I really don't have to go out and buy a bunch of stuff to have a good time.

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  70. Fantastic tutorial!!! Thank you - and for the reminder to subscribe to your channel. :-)

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  71. oh boy, another awesome idea!! I'm never going to get anything done around my house ;) I would be very happy to be picked in this drawing!

    Thank you for all the ideas and inspiration!

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  72. Fabulous technique, fabulous results.
    dawnbarratt5@gmail.com

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  73. Great giveaway. Love my Gelli plate but would love a 6''x6''.
    I am already subscribed to your YouTube channel and Facebook page.
    triciahardie at gmail.com

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  74. Very cool way to use the Gelli plate!!....I'll have to give it a try!! And great give-away....I'd LOVE to win!! :)
    (pnrwhite@ca.rr.com & I'm also subscribed to the you-tube channel)

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  75. Oh ---- I so want this kit!! And I'm going to subscribe to the You Tube channel right away!

    Betty at halebopp@surewest.net

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  76. So very cool. Cant wait to give this a try
    Thanks for thi inspiration.

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  77. Great technique. I love all your ideas. I just played with a gelli plate today and loved it. I now have lots of papers to use. I wish I had seen this before we quit.

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  78. love this new way to use my gelli!!! LOVE my gelli!!!! super prize package!!!
    bjstamps at suddenlink dot net

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  79. Great video.--and a great give away!

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  80. Very cool idea and technique - geneblack At gmail dOt CoM

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  81. This is genius!!! I love the the results and will have to give this technique a try. What a great way to update old neglected scrapbooking paper!

    I just subscribed to your You Tube channel, am a Facebook fan, and would love to win!!!!

    http://merkattwo@yahoo.com

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  82. great technique... boogmartin1@gmail.com

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  83. What a wonderful prize, I'd love to be the lucky winner. Thanks for the chance.

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  84. I have subscribed to your Youtube channel too and looking forward to watching your videos.

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  85. Love the Gelli Plate, and your videos are inspiring. I am a subscriber to your You Tube channel and your blog.

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  86. These are wonderful techniques. I love the stencils, distress inks and the 6" x 6" gelli plate all would be wonderful to win.

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  87. What a fantastic tutorial with amazing results. Great prizes for a win too. I'll keep my fingers crossed!
    Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

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  88. I love this idea. i do have some gel medium and hope to try this technique soon.
    What a great video.

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  89. just sent comment. I love this idea. forgot to leave email. judyb41@att.net

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  90. Love the technique and I even have some Golden Medium on hand. Thanks for continuing to inspire us!

    Gerri McCullough

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  91. Just went and subscribed to your YT channel. Hadn't thought to try gel medium yet. I really need the 6x6 size. Almost bought one the other day but must have known you were going to have a giveaway! Thanks for the chance.

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  92. what a wonderful technique you shared! The print is gorgeous! Super nice giveaway too... thanks for the chance and I subscribed to your youtube channel. :) cduncan1310@yahoo.com

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  93. I am so excited about this giveaway. I have been wanting to try the Gelli Printing and this would be a great way for me to try it.
    mcametti_cmc@yahoo.com

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  94. I can hardly wait to try the gel medium. Love the resist !!!
    lindajward6447@yahoo.cpm

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  95. Oooo, looks like so much fun. If I don't win one of these great give-aways I'm going to have to buy them. This is something I've been wanting to play with.

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  96. What a great giveaway! I love the Gelli Plate ... in fact, got to do a product demo at my LSS today because a customer came in who wanted to know all about it, and I just happened to be playing with mine! This product has opened up a totally new creative outlet for me, and I love it! Oh, and this would make a great birthday gift for me ... it's my birthday on the 23rd!!! Becky @ lifeatcamelliacottage@gmail.com

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  97. This is sooooooooooooo cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Have to try this!!!! Your give away is wonderful and I'd love to win!!!

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  98. Thanks for the demo and a chance to win these luscious prizes

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  99. And yet another fabulous idea from you! Can't wait to try it!

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  100. Ok this is so cool! Never heard of this gelli before, but I will be spending the rest of the night looking around your site. So neat

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  101. Oh how fun! I am subscribed to your Youtube channel as well as your FB page. I get so many awesome ideas from your FB page each day. Thank you for that! Please toss my name in the hat as well for the giveaway! :) You can reach me on my Blogger page listed in my name here. :) Thank you!

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  102. Tanks for the very informative tutorial!! Now I can use my distress stains that are sitting so sad on my shelf! How about mod podge? Thanks for the chance at winning such great products!!

    Carmen L
    cal8007 at aol dot com

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  103. This is brilliant! I guess I will be going right back to the craft store tomorrow! I received my Gelli plate in the mail yesterday...bought more paint today. I am HOOKED!
    dcravensatgmaildotcom

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  104. What a great idea...I'll have to get out my gel medium! Love the results (and the giveaway)!

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  105. This is a must try technique. Thanks for the inspiration and the giveaway.

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  106. 22 is my birthday....this would be a wonderful gift! I love playing with my gelli plate and this idea sounds great. It does mean I probably will have to shop for a few things in order to do this. Maybe next week. Thanks for the sharing

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  107. Great print ideas. Love the stencils!~Terry
    tsfile2003@gmail.com

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  108. Thank you for sharing this technique! I can hardly wait for the weekend to give it a whirl. So creative!

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  109. Had a play day with a friend's gelli plate - immediately went home and ordered an 8x10 of my own. Waited 10 days - it came in - so excited - when I opened the clamshell, the top sheet was wrinkled, making two crease marks in the gelli. Called the company and they are going to send me another (10 days?). Oh, please, please, please - I need a gelli fix - love the stencils etc. too.

    Glory - artsyfan@yahoo.com

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  110. You have no idea how much I want a Gelli Printing Plate! And the stencils look awesome and who doesn't love Ranger's Distress products? I would be thrilled to win this. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  111. I love surface design and trying new things. This sounds so interesting. gjeneve@gmail.com

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  112. It is always great to find new things to try. Thanks for the ideas and for the chance to win!

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  113. Wow! Looks fun and watching the video gave me lots of ideas! Thanks for sharing.

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  114. going to try this technique soon... keeping my fingers crossed for the give away.

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  115. Thank you for this WONDERFUL & GR8 GIVE AWAY. I love to try this gelli plate & stencils. Thank you for giving all of us a chance to win. From here im signing onto Your Youtube Channel an FB. Again thank you.

    grammaanniie330@gmail.com

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  116. Saw this over on Pinterest and came over to watch the video, very cool! Didn't know you had a Ustream channel, but I am now a subscriber! sandeesetliff@yahoo.com

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  117. I love playing with the gelli plate and can't wait to try this new technique. I think I'm already signed up on the youtube channel-I'll double check and go on FB-would love to win this give away.
    sjhillis@sbcglobal.net

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  118. Such a cool idea to use gel medium as a resist! I follow the blog, FB and now your YouTube videos! I really would love to win this giveaway...all great products. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  119. Hi,

    This is a great technique, and one I will be using real soon. I also subscribed to your Youtube channel. (yrd@hotmail.com)

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  120. pretty DANG cool! love it. thank you for the ideas and the giveaway.

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  121. Great technique!! Thanks for the opportunity to win the giveaway! I am a subscriber to your youtube channel. glsuttle@gmail.com

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  122. oh dang... this time i'll put my email in! leslievaskey at msn.com

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  123. I have to go swipe my mom's Gelli Plate & give this a try! Would love to win one of my own! Thanks for a neat technique.

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  124. How fantastic..love learning so many new techniques to try
    s.gretter@gmail.com
    I'm also a subscriber on youtube

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  125. I would love to win. Thanks for the opportunity! I am addicted to my gelli plate.
    cookie4282@gmail.com
    Also a subscriber on you tube.

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  126. Great Giveaway!! It would be an exciting win for sure! Fingers crossed!
    audrey
    moonsfolly@comcast.net

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  127. These gelli plate techniques just get cooler and cooler! Thank you for the generous giveaway! lisa@suburbanturtle.com

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  128. Please count me in on the giveaway! I bought my 12x14 plate from you, I had already liked your FB page and I subscribe via email to this fab blog...and I subscribed to your youtube channel. Hope I did everything right, LOL. aimeslee at gmail dot com. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win this, xoxo.

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  129. I love the idea of using gel medium on a gelli print. Can't wait to try it. I would love to win your generous prize. The stencils and stains look like such fun. I've subscribed to your utube channel and your blog page.

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  130. What a great idea - I would love to win the give away too - thanks for the opportunity

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  131. I have the big Gelli plate but haven't yet had a play date with it. Would love to try the Ranger Distress Stains! Would Dylusions work too? Thank you for the tutorial!!! petpamperer at comcast dot com

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  132. Whoa! How I love this!! It's so inventive and inspirational. I never would have dared to 'stain' my little plate with any different than acrylic paint out of fear to harm it LOL. The results of this technique are beyond adorable and I can't wait to try this ... Thank you so much for the chance to win. I'm following you on facebook for quite a while and on youtube, too. mephista_(at)hotmail.com
    Suzanne

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  133. This is an awesome and fun technique. Hope I am a winner, so I can try this.
    cahoschaos@yahoo.com.

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  134. What a great technique! Cannot wait to try it. Just want to know what we all did before the Gelli Plate? It is so addicting and fun. Yesterday I wasn't in a creative mood, kinda down, and I thought, i'd get out my gelli plate to make me happy...and it did.
    thanks for this great prize.

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  135. Fabulous technique, the colours are so bright. Love your YouTube vids.
    trish-s@bigpond.net.au

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  136. I'm dying to try this technique - katejackson1956@btinternet.com - hope I'm lucky, thanks for the giveaway!

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  137. I am so glad you posted this on facebook, otherwise I wouldnt have even known that you can subscribe to a Gelli Arts on YouTube!
    I am still knew to my Gelli Plate but love how effortless and fun using it is!
    Thank you for the competition prize too - would love a smaller plate to add to my large one...as for stencils, well I say that stencils are like shoes and handbags you can never have enough!

    email: samanthakaminski@hotmail.com
    new subscriber to youtube. Thanks :)

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  138. I love playing with colors in many techniques, yet I never tried the Gelli Plate before. Wish I'd win... ty for the Givaway!
    You're an inspiration to me.
    Dorly Weitzen
    dormik at netvision dot net dot il

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  139. I've been following your blog ever since I heard of the Gelli plate and I would love to have a Gelli plate but it's just not in the budget at the moment! Thanks for the chance!!!

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  140. I love playing with paint, ink etc. and many techniques and structures. I adore the resultst of the Gelli Plate and sure I hope to win this beautiful giveaway, so I can play and make my own art with the plate and of course the fantastic stencils. You are so inspiring to me, Thanks very much voor this change.
    lovely greet Marja
    email: marja47ar@gmail.com

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  141. Years ago,,, before computers I made a gelli plate and used gistetner paper and typed out camp supply lists for my Girl Guides... boy has gelli come a long way... I would love to win. Such fun..sew_chatty@shaw.ca

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  142. The gelli plate must surely win the brilliant craft invention of the year award and, as your latest video demonstrates, there are endless possibilities. I love mine. rustycage @ yahoo.co.uk.

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  143. Very cool! I love all the different things you can do with a Gelli!

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  144. What a brilliant idea. Can't wait to give it a go. Will have to try with distress inks though as I don't have the stains. Thanks for the opportunity to win the package.

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  145. Wow, already a lot of comments, but I sure want to give it a try! Great tutorial and also great idea to add stains! My email address: vuurvogel1@live.nl
    Thanks and greet, Miranda

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  146. A great idea - thank you ...Dru ...druvcole@aol.com

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  147. What a wonderful idea I can see loads more hours of fun with this added technique. Would love to win- gillbayly@aol.com

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  148. This video was worth waking up to this morning! Your giveaway is fantastic.

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  149. Fabulous new idea, I will be testing this out this wknd. Bonartcf@gmail.com

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  150. Fantastic idea! So much fun. I'd love to win! chickadee24@gmail.com

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  151. Wow! I'm amazed at how many ways I can use my plate! Thanks for sharing, & for the great give-away!
    Alison x
    craftytrog@hotmail.co.uk

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  152. great technique, looks like fun. would love a chance to win.

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  153. What a great giveaway! Thank you so much for this opportunity. Fingers crossed! laura.gaffke@me.com

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  154. I am going to be busy with my Gelli plate today! Thanks for the ideas!

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  155. so many possibilities using this technique! thanks for the inspiration. hope i win...

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  156. Oh my, geli plate, stencils and inks?? WhooHoo!! Thanks!

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  157. Oh my goodness, this so SO cool. I love everything about it, I am definitely going to try it. Thanks for the chance to win. I'm subscribing to the YouTube channel as well.

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  158. This looks a fantastic technique. However, here in France, I am still trying to get my hands on a Gelli plate. If I was lucky enough to win one I promise I'd put it to very good use!

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  159. I just discovered your Gelli Plate; I would love the win this, I don't have the small one and I love the stencils. Would love to try to make the print in your video. Cathy Basinski, cathybasinski@gmail.com

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  160. I would love to win this. I've wanted to try gelli plates but haven't yet. I already subscribe to YouTube. Withthedotangelsatfrontierdotcom

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  161. I love my Gelli Plate and would love to win this. cvivian@comcast.net

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  162. I have been having a ball just watching your video. I have watched it over and over. I am so so excited to try this technique. Thank you so very much for all the time and effort you put into your videos. You are such an inspiration. Hugs

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  163. I love the Gelli Plate and stencils, two of my favorite products. This was a fantastic tip that I intend to put to good use. I've already made about 150 papers and now who knows how many more I'll end up making. Your products is fantastic and a must have for everyone. sgoodell@windstream.net

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  164. I would love to win this! I've been wanting a Gelli Plate for a while now to use in my mixed media pieces. What fun this would be. Thanks for the opportunity.
    susancuss(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  165. This looks like too much fun for a rainy day!

    canace@hvc.rr.com

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  166. would love to win this! info@kiwijanejewelry.com
    Thanks you!

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  167. This is so awesome! I am totally going to try this! Thanks for sharing and a chance to win!

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  168. I love all the cool techniques that you keep coming up with!
    Sure, I'd love the chance at winning these prizes-my email is: pmondoy@gmail.com and I am already subscribed to your You Tube channel.

    Thanks!

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  169. so so so cool!!! thanks for the chance to win some cool supplies too!!! please toss my name into the hat...jean @ bluebirds living in the meadow at wordpress dot com

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  170. I'm just starting out with mixed media...I went to a class last weekend and the instructor (Rhonda Palazzari) created a monster out of me. Now I have to buy everything there is including what you have here! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  171. Awesome! I have been wanting to gelli for awhile now! Novasblossoms@yahoo.com

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  172. I can't wait to own a Gelli printing plate! My email: sanet.richter@gmail.com

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  173. I've been dreaming about getting one of these for quite some time now. It just hasn't been in my budget. Thanks for the opportunity to win one. My email: wnerman@hotmail.com

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  174. so very awesome!! This prize is an awesome addition to any artist's studio!!!!!

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  175. Thank you for the awesome tutorial and giveaway! Keeping my fingers and toes crossed!
    Michelle lostcoastpost@suddenlink.net

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  176. Wow! Great technique! Would love to win this giveaway. Thanks.

    lheines@wowway.com

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  177. WOW!!! I love the gelli plate!! I would love to win this!

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  178. Thanks for offering the giveaway and especially for this awesome post. Now I know what I'll be doing this weekend! smower17@gmail.com (why 17? Because it was Rod Brind'Amour's jersey number of course)

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  179. ekkkk this is awesome!!! Thank you for the giveaway chance too! candi.daitch@gmail.com

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  180. Love this! Great technique! Thanks for the chance to win!
    beguelleuk@yahoo.co.uk
    Magda x

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  181. What a fabulous idea and an amazing prize package :)

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  182. I would love to enter: chacha1975 at gmail dot com

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  183. I was just wondering what I was going to do today. Now I know! Play with my Gelli ! Love the tips. Keep them coming.
    cathleenlarson@gmail.com

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  184. Very cool idea, I would never have thought about it! Thanks for all the fantastic ideas.

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  185. Wow this is a great give-away and a very cool technique.

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  186. I can't wait to try more new things with my Gelli- awesome ideas! :)
    tina@waltke.org

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  187. This is so cool! I am going to so do it! Love you constant inspiration! Thank you! :)

    cooldrogosatgmaildotcom

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  188. what a great idea! resists and printing!

    By the by, I'd love to see a blog post about why gel plate printing is so addictive! <:-D

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  189. oh wow you have been reading my mind!! this idea has been percolating in the back of my mind for a few weeks. :-) just haven't had time to play and test it out. so glad to see it works great and i was not crazy LOL.. I would love to win the 6x6 plate and the beautiful stencils!! I have never used distress stains but i love distress ink pads and as i am sure you know you can never have enough supplies/stash. thanks so much.

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  190. I am excited to learn this new technique-I love the expanded use of the Distress Stains!volmom at gmail dot com

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  191. I love this technique. Have been wanting to try using gelli printing plate...have made my own. info@cjhartstudios.com

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