Thursday, July 18, 2013

Gelli Printing WORDS!


Maybe you'd like to include words in a Gelli print? Watch this video and see how to do it!




Words can add meaningful visual interest to your prints. Especially on art journal pages!


But here's the tricky part... words and letters written or stamped in paint on a Gelli plate will print in reverse! 

So, unless you're proficient at mirror-image writing — OR, you're willing to stick with X's and O's ... and a few other letters with vertical bilateral symmetry ;-) — you'll probably find the following step by step ideas helpful! 

Below are two easy techniques for making your Gelli-printed words reader-friendly! These are subtractive methods — meaning paint will be removed to create the letters.

 

Technique #1 -- Just follow these easy steps!


Step 1
Write a word (or words) on a piece of tracing paper with a Sharpie or other marker. You want BOLD writing!


TIP:  You can also add some guidelines for your print composition! They're especially helpful when you print multiple layers.

Step 2
Flip the tracing paper over — so the writing appears backwards. Tape your tracing paper in place to your work surface.


Step 3
Place your Gelli plate on a clear protective substrate — such as Mylar, acetate, Plexiglass, DURA-LAR, glass, etc. (I'm using DURA-LAR for this demo)

TIP:  Roll a clean brayer over the plate to squeeze out air bubbles. 


Gelli Plate on piece of DURA-LAR
Step 4
Place the clear substrate on top of the tracing paper and position your Gelli plate over the writing. Tape in place.


TIP:  If you want your writing skewed to one side of the print, remember to place your Gelli plate over the writing on the OPPOSITE side from where you want the writing to appear on the print. This compensates for the left/right reversal in the printing process!


Step 5
Apply a thin layer of paint onto the gel plate with a brayer. Avoid opaque paints, as you want to be able to see your lettering under the plate :)

Golden Open Acrylics Used in this Demo

Step 6
Trace over the lines using a cotton swab. It can help if the swab is slightly dampened with a drop of water first. 

**The writing in the paint will be backwards (mirror-image).

Step 7
Use various texture tools in the wet paint to add another level of interest to your print.

Step 8
Cover the painted plate with your paper. 
Rub gently to transfer the paint ... then remove paper to pull your print.




TIP: This technique will work best with fairly transparent and slow drying paint ... to allow time for tracing. Golden Open Acrylics are ideal for this! Or add Golden Open Medium or Acrylic Glaze to your regular acrylic paint to increase its working time while adding transparency.


Step 9 - Fun and Final Step!
Add a second Gelli-printed layer using transparent pigments — to create wonderful mixed colors on your print!



Technique #2 - Three Easy Steps 

for Including Words in your Gelli print!


Use cut out letters! Ideally, with some dimension. 

This can include hand-cut letters, die-cuts, craft foam letters, and chipboard letters. Self-adhesive alphabets are available at art and craft stores — and they're great for this technique!

Step 1
Arrange the letters and adhere them to the substrate of your choice — to create a lettered printing plate. Adhering letters to craft foam gives you a flexible and reusable stamp for Gelli-printing your favorite words! 

Tip: Do not reverse the letters. Your placement should be right-reading.


Step 2
Press the lettered plate into the painted Gelli plate — and remove. The letters will remove paint and leave a mirror-image impression on the Gelli plate.

Step 3
Cover the painted Gelli plate with paper, rub — and pull your print. So easy!




Have fun putting words in your Gelli prints!

And now... our GOLDEN GELLI GIVEAWAY!

Our Giveaway Prize Kit will get you started putting words in your Gelli prints!

Our GOLDEN GELLI Giveaway Includes: 




The three 8 oz. jars of Golden Open Acrylics included in this prize are:  

            • Quinacridone Magenta
            • Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold
            • Manganese Blue Hue


To enter to win, just leave a comment here on the blog — or on our Facebook page! Share this blog post on your Facebook page, blog, Pinterest or Twitter ... and we will enter your name twice! Just let us know :)

One lucky winner will be chosen by random selection on Tuesday, July 23rd!! We will announce the winner here and on the Gelli Arts Facebook page!

Special thanks to our friends at Golden Artist Colors for supplying the generous 8 oz. jars of Open Acrylics for this Giveaway! Our winner is getting a GIANT haul of premium paint!!! :) Talk about LUCKY!!!

Good Luck and Happy Printing!



553 comments:

  1. Fab tutorials - looking forward to giving them a try!

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  2. It looks like so much fun putting words into the Gelli plate! Now I have all kinds of ideas!!! I would LOVE to win this prize pack and get started!!!

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  3. Added to my Gelli Plates Art Pinterest Board!

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  4. Shared this on facebook! Angel Chambers is my username. Thanks!

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  5. going to have to get some foam letters now to try this :)

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  6. Fantastic video as usual! Now I have another use for the foam letters I have! Wahoo!

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  7. I can't wait to try this! I really love my gelli plate, it is so fun to use and it inspires me to create!

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  8. I've been thinking about how to add words or phrases on my Gelli prints for some time now. Didn't have time to experiment, so thanks for the tutorial. Gonna have to try this very soon.

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  9. Fantastic techniques! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  10. I pinnned...http://pinterest.com/pin/61220876157775408/

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  11. Thank you for the video tutorial - I will be trying this very soon. Always inspiring.

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  12. I pinned - thanks for the 2nd chance to win.

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  13. I tweeted...https://twitter.com/GelliArts/status/357966455691681792

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  14. Love this technique, thanks for an awesome giveaway.

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  15. I shared...https://www.facebook.com/sandra.strait/posts/562767170436172

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  16. Easy peasy is right, but without the tutorial, iit wouldn't be that clear! Thank you!

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  17. Loved this post and can't wait to give the techniques a try. Thank you for hosting the giveaway too. Shared on FB and pinned it http://pinterest.com/pin/287948969898070884/

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  18. Love the video tutorial. Would love to try this.
    Shared on Facebook & Twitter & Pinterest.
    https://twitter.com/PassionPapier/status/357974656352911360

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  19. i love this idea - so simple, but so effective.
    i shared on facebook.
    i live in UK. hope i can still enter.
    debbie.

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  20. What a fantastic giveaway. I've pinned this post to my Gelli Print Pinterest board http://pinterest.com/gillianpearce/ and shared on my FB page https://www.facebook.com/gillianpearceart.

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  21. An awesome tutorial as always! It's always something new AND fun.

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  22. Very cool! I love the idea of using leftover chipboard alphas to make words. Thank you and Golden Artist Colors so much for the generous giveaway opportunity! ♥

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  23. Love this technique - I have been using home made stamps from the cheap children's foam letters. Many Thanks for af abulous give-away xx M

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  24. Pinned to
    http://pinterest.com/paperaddiction/gelli-addict/

    Love it!!

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  25. Excellent and informative, love your videos and techniques, thank you! Shared on FB!

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  26. I've been wanting to get a Gelli plate to play with and haven't found any local yet. This is a great chance at a wonderful set to get started! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  27. This is so very cool! Thank you so much for the tutorials - and for the opportunity to win! Here's my FB post: https://www.facebook.com/GreenEyedLadyDesigns/posts/547188128676502

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  28. Thank you for another great technique. Also shared on Pinterest.

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  29. Very helpful tutorial. I shared this blog post on my facebook page.

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  30. Great idea!!!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  31. Also shared on pinterest.

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  32. Great tutorial and a wonderful give away.

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  33. I love this idea! And would love to try it with a new Gelli Plate! Thanks so much for the awesome giveaway!

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  34. What a great tip! Thanks so much for sharing, this just makes me love my gelli-plate even more ... if that's possible...lol

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  35. Thanks for this tutorial and chance to win! Pinning this to my Mixed Media Pinterest board!

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  36. This is one of the best Geli tutorials I've seen! I think I'll go die-cut some foam and get started! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  37. Just pinned the tutorial to Pinterest as well.

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  38. such an awesome technique! I don't like writing backwards, so I sometimes use the stamp idea!

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  39. Also, I just tweeted & pinned. :)

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  40. Thanks for the advice on lettering. Please enter me in your give away. Thanks:)○♡

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  41. Loved it! Shared it on FB (and commented) and pinned it on Pinterest.

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  42. Two of my most favorite things on my wish list !! Shared this and thanks so much ! Printing plates rock and Id love to have a permanent one like these <3

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  43. I shared on FB and repinned. I'm also going to tweet this! I want this for my Aussie friend. I already have the big one and I just love it! Rockin Robin Caldwell

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  44. Another dose of Gelli Plating addiction. Shared on Facebook and Pinterest. Now how would these goodies find their way to the UK?

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  45. i LOVE this tutorial - thank you so much! when i first tried making my own stamps, i forgot to flip the letters on 2 stamps, so when i stamped, the words came out backwards. :/ but now i can use them with my Gelli plate - yay! :)

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  46. ANother great video. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  47. That's a great idea! rlam at umn.edu

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  48. I really enjoyed your tutorial and hope that someone really loves the prize package I know I would!!!Thank you for keeping our creative juices flowing!

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  49. i forgot to add - i pinned this blog post here:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/128493395591344258/

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  50. I pinned it. rlam at umn.edu

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  51. Great tips! I would love this prize package. Count me in!
    Stay inspired!

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  52. Awesome idea! Thank you, thank you, thank you so much!

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  53. Thanks so much for the videos! I'm eager to learn all I can about this awesome art form! I'd love to win this prize!

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  54. Wonderful video and great give-a-way! Thanks for the chance.

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  55. I've really gotten into my gelli plate - I made a series of small, monoprinted fabrics that I enhanced with paint pens, then cut them up and put them back together in a collage. I used embroidery floss and sari ribbon as well as free-motion quilting to finish. What fun!

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  56. The backwards writing is a great idea! Shared on Facebook. :D
    Karin

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  57. Thank you for the videos and all the hints. It has been fun experimenting with different papers and paints. Have not tried the open acrylics from Golden yet.

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  58. Love the versatility of my gelli plate. Thanks for sharing the new techniques. I'm looking forward to using words in my prints

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  59. Loving all the video's, hints and tips. Fingers crossed I win!
    I shared on Facebook too

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  60. You always have so many suggestions and techniques to share with us, keeping us busy with our Gelli Plate printing.
    Thank you for a chance to win prizes too as that is another bonus/1
    ruby t

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  61. Oh what a useful video, I would not have think of the chipboard letters, and it's easy (I like easy...).
    Thanks a lot for sharing, and for the giveaway.

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  62. Sometimes the obvious is not so obvious....thanks for the great tutorial and opportunity to win this generous giveaway.

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  63. Love the idea of adding words. I love my Gelli plate! It's just so fun. I never know what my paper will finally look like.

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  64. I also pinned this technique.

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  65. LOVED this video, so much information to absorb. Can't wait to try it. Sure hated when the video was over! WOWZERS! :0)

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  66. I am a gelli plate freak!!! I would LOVE to win such a prize giveaway like this. Thank you for all your awesome videos! I am entering to win and also pinned to pinterest and facebook.

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  67. Great video! I will try this as soon as possible. I will also share this post on pinterest :-)

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  68. This is a CRAZY generous giveaway! Thank you so much for the chance to win! <3

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  69. Wonderful ideas! Thanks SO much. I love Golden acrylics and can't wait to try the open acrylic for with the Gelli plate. I'm also sharing on FB and Pinterest.

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  70. Great video - and what a fun giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win! I'm also sharing on Pinterest!

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  71. LOVE,LOVE Golden Paints!!! I only have a few and slowly growing my stash. I can really tell the difference between Golden and some of my other paints. Thank you so much for the great video tutorial. I LOVE the colors used in the samples...might be my new favorites.

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  72. Thanks for the tips about using Golden Open acrylics and/or Golden Open medium. I'd all but given up on the Gelli plate because "regular" acrylics were drying so &^&** fast!
    ~ Christina in Cleveland ~ Pinned this and commented on FB

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  73. Great & simple tutorials! Yet another reason to dig out my paint & gelli plate - looks like I'll be playing this weekend! I've also pinned to my GelliMania board (asmith vsmith)

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  74. I posted on my FB page, too. Barbara Albrecht aka texasbarb

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  75. Wow! Another great tute! Thanks. Now off to the craft store to get me some foam letters. And I just purchased some cheap paper letters in the back-to-school section of my local drug store. I think they'll work well as masks. I'm hoping to get lucky & win the giveaway & am pinning to Pinterest & posting to FB & tweeting to Twitter.

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  76. Great tutorials!! Thanks for the giveaway

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  77. More ideas! how wonderful. This is going to be so much fun!

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  78. Sweet giveaway! Love the letter printing techniques. I Pinned this giveaway here - http://pinterest.com/pin/229472543486504772/ . Thanks for entering me in the drawing! :)

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  79. Oh this is so exciting my friend, Gayle and I are trying our first gelli plate printing on Tuesday. We chose to make our first plates to make sure it was something we wanted to invest in so wish us luck. i will probably be more confused from watching all of these videos but honestly you have made the process much easier with them...

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  80. Wonderful tips! I pinned this as well. Loving my Gelli Plate!
    Fondly, Tami

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  81. This is a wonderful give away. I hope it comes my direction. Thanks

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  82. Absolutely brilliant, loving all this wonderful ways to think outside of the square and achieve such fabulous results, can't wait to delve further into these fantastic Gelli printing techniques :) Thanks for the brilliant tutorials and I have shared via Pinterest.

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  83. Most Excellent written and Video tutorial! Must try this out this weekend! Of course, I really need those Golden Paints and a 6x6 Gelli Plate too! Thanks for the awesome chance to win! Shared on Facebook Here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TrumanLakeCreatives/ And Here: https://www.facebook.com/amy.j.bagley AND HERE too: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Crft-Lb-located-inside-Quality-Hardware/252710134782436! We REALLY REALLY LOVE OUR GELLI ARTS products!

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  84. Cool technique. I'll have to try this one. Thanks.

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  85. love words in prints -- hope I'm the lucky one!

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  86. Great giveaway, thanks for the chance to win!

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  87. shared on FB https://www.facebook.com/murphykatt/posts/10201437244234904

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  88. Wow - that looks so easy, and it's giving me absolute color fits! Looks like a trip to the art store is definitely in order, in the very near future. Thanks for the great demonstration!

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    1. And... Pinned. http://pinterest.com/jules7ky/ideas/

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  89. This is just the best giveaway ever...wish, wish, wish. Golden acrylics are sooooo expensive here, and I'm dying to have a go with a Gelli plate.

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  90. I can but dream ......and MY BIRTDAY IS

    23rd JULY !!!

    thanks as always for your very focused video
    xx

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  91. I am very visual, so loving all of the tutorials including lots of pictures! Thanks for a chance to win- Pick Me : )!!!!!

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  92. Wow...I want to thank you for a chance to win.....I tried making a plate with
    the gelatin and it was a fiasco.....I need to win...please =)

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  93. Love this demo! You just gave me an idea I want to try out. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  94. Love this technique. Can't wait to try it!

    I shared this post on Twitter and Pinterest!

    Thanks for the give-away!

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  95. And, I pinned your link to Pintrest HERE:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/44473115043556367/
    ~ Shelly

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  96. I shared in Facebook , pinterest too =)

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  97. I shared this on Facebook.

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  98. I was wondering about the paints you used just seconds before I scrolled down the page and saw your giveaway! I don't get much time to play with my Gelli plate but when I do I always seem to choose colours that go muddy and nowhere near as vibrant as I see in your videos. I'd love to give these paints a go! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity :)

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  99. I have been wanting to try this but not in the budget, I would love a chance to win it!

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  100. Oh how i love the idea of putting your letters upside down on parchment under the Gelli Plate ... very cool! And, please pick me ... I've been wanting that Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold for ages!!!

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  101. As always, a great technique video! I love my gelli plate and would love some Golden products to play with! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  102. I pinned your link on Pinterest too.
    http://pinterest.com/pin/184718022189338887/

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  103. Great ideas, great product! Thanks

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  104. Love my Gelli plate, I have been using it on my Live Stream show on Tuesday, I give prizes away also on that show and would love to give a plate away

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  105. Wow, love this techniques..cannot wait to give it a try. Thanks for the chance to win this amazing prize:)

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  106. Love this idea and Golden paints too

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  107. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to win this prize!!

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  108. Great video as always, thanks! I shared about this post on pinterest.

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  109. Thanks for the tutorial and opportunity to win this great giveaway. I would love to have a 6x6, the Golden paints and die cut letters.

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  110. Another great technique for the Gelli plate!! :)

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  111. I shared this blog post link on my Facebook page! Thanks for a 2nd chance to win this great giveaway!

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  112. this was outstanding, what a great video....amazing what can be done.

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  113. Awesome! Awesome! Awesome!

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  114. I got a gelli for my birthday and I love it. This site has great ideas and inspiring tutorials. I want to win Golden makes great paints!

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  115. Thanks for the tips. I would love to win the giveaway!

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  116. Would love to win this as Golden paints are quite costly but so worth it.

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  117. Wonderful tutorial, thanks! And thanks for the chance to win this prize pack :-)

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  118. Thanks for the great tip about the printing on the Gelli Plate, love it and will try it. Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize.

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  119. I've shared on facebook. Thanks, again!

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  120. Kathy Hut would LOVE to win - thanks for this great chance! I have Golden paints, but not OPEN Golden paints - perfect for the Gelli plate without drying so fast......

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  121. Loved this. I would love to win those fine paints and accessories. Just love golden paints and gelli plate.

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  123. will have to give this a try and everyone loves new toys!

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  125. I love Golden paints and I love my GPPs!

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  126. I would love to win this and try the Golden Open Acrylics on the Gelli plate. What a great prize pack!

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  127. After watching this video I have realized two things! One never get rid of things you don't think you will use like tons of sticky foam alphabets! Two I think I have been using way to much paint on my Gelli prints.

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  128. Joan,
    Always an inspiration to all of us and am so Thankful that you share your idea's and knowledge with all of us. You give me such great idea's and make me want to be more creative with the Gelli Plate.....Thank You...Thank you ...Thank you....JIM

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  129. I will Share on Face Book as well......Thanks.......Again Jim

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  130. Great step-by-step tutes! Sharing on FB and on my blog. http://kellyscreativedreams.blogspot.com

    Found you on Pinterest!

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  131. What fun. I can't wait to find all those foam letters I bought.

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  132. What a great tutorial & giveaway! Thanks for the chance :-) Also tweeted & liked on FB.

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  133. OMGosh! This is an awesome prize! Perfect to try this technique. I hope I am blessed. :)

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  134. Another wonderful demo to fire up the imagination! I HAVE POSTED TO FACEBOOK.Thanks Joan.

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  135. Haven't tried Golden paints but they look awesome. Love the gold and magenta . Thanks for the helpful video. I added you to pinterest.

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  136. I'll be sharing this tip with my art campers next week. I'm posting it on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ArtStart1. Thanks!

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  137. Hi, Joan, thank you for precious info always! You look like an angel!!
    Cheers, Sadami

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  138. Love the idea of adding words to the gelli prints. As always you are so creative! I would love to win the goodies on my birthday, July 23rd. I will share on FB and make a comment as well on your FB page. THANKS

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  139. oh wow! What a great tutorial! I'm going to give this a try tomorrow!

    I pinned this to one of my art boards

    http://pinterest.com/knittergal1/inspiration-for-art-and-journaling/

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  140. WOW!! Thanks for the tutorial. Would love to win this great package!
    klpich@aol.com

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  141. Thanks for yet another great Gelli idea! What an awesome giveaway.

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  142. Love how it looks. Thanks for the chance Johanne L.

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  143. Enjoyed the video. This is a great idea for personalized cards and gifts. Now that I am getting a little experience using my gelli plate I need to switch from the craft paints to my golden paints. The colors are much more true and intense.

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  144. I've just shared on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/photo.php.
    Johanne Lacombe

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  145. Love the idea of adding words to Gelli prints. I see more cards and canvases in my future! And Golden products are my favorites.

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  146. Thanks for an awesome video adding words! I have shared it on FB, Pinterest, Twitter! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  147. I would love to win will also pin on pinterest as well as added comment to face book ty ty Smilz

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  148. Awesome giveaway!!!! I love my gelli plate and Golden products!

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  149. I tweeted. Thanks for the chance at this awesome giveaway!

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  150. This is right up my dyslexic, mirror writing alley. Thanks for the helpful video; I can't wait to try it. Love the Golden acrylics, but have yet to try the Open product line. It looks like a great giveaway; thanks!

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  151. I just shared this post on Facebook. thanks for signing me up twice.

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  152. Text in art can be so powerful, and can pull the viewer right into the piece, especially if, visually, the text is subtle, and/or the viewer has to work at determining the message. I'm crazy excited to try gelli printing, and Quin Nickel Azo is my favorite go-to color, particularly as a glaze to pull a color scheme together.

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  153. My Gelli Plate hasn't rested since I got it a week ago. I will definitely pin this.

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  154. I can't wait to try these techniques soon. I love your videos to give me ideas on how to use my plate. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  155. Your videos are my "go to" place for gelli printing? Tried the words tonight, and it worked wonderfully? I would love, love, love to win the drawing! Thanks for the chance.

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  156. Great tutorial, thank you! I have shared this post on Facebook, thanks for the chance to win this fab giveaway!

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  157. Another must try technique. Thank you for sharing. Those colors are delicious.

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  158. Loooooove your tutorial as usual! Thank you so much for sharing all the tips. Looking forward to the next one already! All the best to you!

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  159. Great video...can't wait to try it latter today!
    Carol Myrick taylormadewhimsies@att.net

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  160. Love everything Gelli and love Golden too
    Would love to win pots big enough to bathe in!

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  161. Love the video tutorial, fabulous technique. Would love to win too ! Sue C x

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  162. Brilliant post - I lurve Golden products....

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  163. Amazing, love the tutorial. Would love to win-fingers crossed!!

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  164. What a clear post ! This gelli is simply gorgeous. I woild love to win... may be.

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  165. Wow, have just discovered your site, looks so interesting! Would love to win to start me off!!

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  166. Fantastic ideas and a great giveaway.

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  167. oh love the idea of monoprinting words. Thanks for the tutorials!
    grace

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  168. tweeted https://twitter.com/liberalsprinkle/status/358187203526008832

    grace

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  169. WOW! Great tutorial. Would love to try Golden paints on the Gelli plate. Thank you for the chance

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  170. Thanks for the tutorial video and the chance to win.

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  171. ...and I have shared it on my facebook page.

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  172. I love the idea of using the transparent nature of the Gelli plate to use for tracing!

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  173. I so needed to be reminded: put the image UNDER the plate. What a liberation. thanks.

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  174. I shared it on Facebook and Twitter

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  175. I love this. I cannot wait to try it. Thank you for a chance to win such an amazing prize!!!!

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  176. Love the tutorial and the ideas. Gelli Plate and Golden together is a match made in heaven!

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  177. You are just full of great ideas! Love using my Gelli plate! Normajean seasew@yahoo.com

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  178. ohhhh please pick me! I LOVE all the different ideas that everyone shares about using the Gelli Plate. And I would have figured out how to do words eventually but you have short-cut that - thank you so much!

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  179. Such fun! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  180. This is the best Gelli tutorial! I'd love to spoil my Sister with a Gelli for the Holidays, she can't keep her paws off mine. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  181. Pinned, FB shared, Had to let my friends know how much fun my Gelli is.

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  182. OH MY! Thought the COLOR was supposed to be a stencil - very impressed with the see thru concept! I can use that in many ways. Shared video on my pinterest Gelli board and also shared the facebook post with my friends there. Great stuff!

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  183. I would love to win, I love my gelli and the tutorial was great. I will post on FB and pinterest. Thanks...

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