Thursday, August 15, 2013

Thick and Thin Gelli Printing ... And Our New Badge!!!

Addicted to Gelli printing? You're not alone! In fact, we've heard that from so many of you, we created a badge so you can share your passion for Gelli printing with the world!



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We hope you like our badge and, of course, we hope to see it in action on your blog :) We'd love to highlight some of the blogs who showcase the Addicted to Gelli Arts badge so let us know if that's you!

And now ...  

Another exciting technique for your Gelli printing!


Watch what happens when you roll a layer of thick paint over a thin one ... for a unique way to create a layered multi-color Gelli print in one pull!



If you're fascinated with unpredictable paint interactions — you'll want to explore this FUN technique! 


The principle for this process is simple:
  • A layer of thin paint is rolled on the plate ... you must have areas with NO PAINT.
  • Quickly, load your brayer with thick paint and roll it over the thin wet paint.
  • The thick paint will adhere to the plate in the bare areas — and is repelled by the thin wet layer underneath!
  • Wet paint is rolled over wet paint ... so it's FAST and FREE and FUN!!!


This is also known as "Viscosity Printing". The key to this technique is using paint layers of very different viscosities.

So, in case you're wondering ...





High viscosity paints are thick

— like heavy-body acrylics. 













Low viscosity paints are thin and flow easily 

— like acrylic inks.






Golden Artist Colors has a brand new line of paints called High Flow — and they're great low viscosity paints for this technique!

Here's the step-by-step process:

Printing Thick Over Thin

1.  Roll a layer of thin paint onto your Gelli plate.

NOTE:  If the paint beads up on your plate, try washing it with dish soap (I use Dawn) — then rinse and pat dry.


2. Remove some paint using a paintbrush ... or cotton swab ... or comb ... or your favorite texture tools ... and create a design.


3. Apply thick paint to a palette and roll out to load your brayer. 

4. Carefully roll the thick paint over your first layer of thin paint on the Gelli plate. The thick paint will adhere to the bare areas — while it's repelled by the thin wet paint.


NOTE:  There's an element of "touch" involved in this step. As you experiment, you'll get a feel for how much paint to load on the brayer ... and how much pressure to use when rolling the brayer on your plate. You can "kiss" the surface with a light touch  ... or use a heavier hand and lay down more paint. The results can vary accordingly, so be prepared to play a bit :) 

5. Cover the plate with paper, rub to transfer the paint — and pull your print!



The paints will interact with interesting and unpredictable results — giving you a multi-color print in one pull!


NOTE:  The brayer will pick up the pattern from the plate as you roll the second (thick) layer ... so have a piece of paper ready to roll off your brayer and capture these unique images :)


Brayer picks up the pattern from the painted plate!
Roll the brayer on a piece of paper for an offset print!
The painted brayers will repeat the pattern as they roll — like a ghost print
TIPS:  
  • Keep a sketchbook handy for rolling your brayer and create fabulous pages with various offset prints! You'll quickly have a collection of great pages!
  • Have fun combining "Thick and Thin" printing with stencils and masks. 
  • Use metallic paints! They're available in thick and thin viscosities.
  • Roll out more than one color in each thick and thin layer.




Combs make wonderful marks and create fabulous effects in viscosity prints! 

Try the new Catalyst Contour tools by Princeton Artist Brush Co. for creative mark-making!



Empty Montana markers filled with High Flow!


Golden High Flow acrylics have the consistency of ink ... so they're liquid. 

Which means they're ideal for using with a pen or brush!  

Following a recommendation by Golden, you can load High Flow acrylic paint into refillable markersgreat for working back into prints! 



Printing with different viscosities is fun and adventurous ... not to mention ... addicting!!! Give it a try — you'll create some amazing effects!

Check out our fabulous GIVEAWAY!!! 


Our INCREDIBLE PRIZE will have you printing in the "Thick and Thin" of it ... and includes:
To be entered to win, you MUST leave a comment here on the blog (not on facebook... please leave comment HERE on the blog!)

Entries (via comments on the blog) will be accepted until 5pm EST on Tuesday, August 20th. A winner will be chosen at random and announced Wednesday morning, August 21st, here on the Gelli Arts blog and on our Facebook page

This Contest is officially CLOSED. 

 

And while you're feeling the Gelli love ... 

Remember to grab the new Gelli badge to post it on YOUR blog! Let us know if you do ... we will be looking to highlight blogs with the badge on our Gelli Arts Facebook page :)

Good Luck and Happy Printing!




751 comments:

  1. This was a great technique! Love the tools! I would love those paints!
    Dying to try them !

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  2. YES I'M ADDICTED!!! I love my gelli plates and play with them a lot. I'm also responsible for *many* other people becoming addicted so I guess you could say I'm a gelli pusher lol.
    Thanks for the chance at a cool prize.
    I've done the two-paints thing and it works great.

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  3. I did have other plans today, but after watching the new video using high and low viscosity acrylics, I have no choice but to go and play with my plate and make some new exciting prints!

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  4. So beautiful, and it looks like SO much fun! Can't wait to try it!!

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  5. I can't wait to try this technique! And I would never have known about the refillable markers - oooooohhhhh! But.... winning the paints to fill them with would help... ;-) Thanks for keeping my creative spark ignited.

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  6. I'd Luv to win this giveaway those paints look yummy :)

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  7. This is my latest addiction!! I would love to have this awesome prize to expand what I do!! Thanks for the opportunity!!

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  8. Another fantastic technique to try out! Thanks so much for the Gelli button because I AM addicted! Wonderful giveaway. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

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  9. Oh...I will be trying this out on Sunday afternoon! Joy! :)

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  10. This looks like an amazing technique!...and I'm looking forward to giving it a try. I've been waiting to purchase some of the catalyst tools...so I'd love to win this fabulous giveaway!! Thanks for the great video!!

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  11. My badge is on! Love Gelli, love Golden. What isn't to love!

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  12. Oh my! How great is this? I have not heard of the flow paint/inks. Will have to pick up some. I love the fun stuff you can do with the Gelli Plate. Thanx for another great video and a chance to win some new toys. Sharon

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  13. Love the badge and love this tutorial! Can't wait to try this out. And thanks for the chance to win this fabulous prize...those combs are so cute!

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  14. Cool technique! I sure could use those paints and tools.

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  15. Got my badge - Yeah! Thanks for the tutorial on the paint layering technique, gotta try that out, and what a nice giveaway -- Thanks for that too!

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  16. WoW! love this new technique and am having a roller coaster affair with my Gelli Plate, it is just so exciting- always something different! I love, love love it! Am going straight away to put the badge on my blog. Thank you for the chance to win this fab prize :) Denyse XXX

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  17. Wow I think this method is fabulous do you think it could work on fabric I think I'll try!

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  18. Oh my....love this and can hardly wait to try it. Already added the Addicted button to my blog...because I am sooooo addicted to Gelli printing!

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  19. Thankyou for the tutorial and the opportunity to win such a fab prize. I'm very happy as i kind of accidentally stumbled on to a similar technique in my last gelli play session using heavy bodied gold acrylic and gel medium, would love to post the results x

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  20. Oh wow. This is awesome. I cannot wait to try this. I love learning all these new techniques and then trying them out. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  21. Love this technique! thanks for the chance to win the products!

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  22. Wow! Love this look. Can't wait for the weekend so I can try it.

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  23. Love this technique - can't wait for all the new techniques to come out on your blog. I try all of them! Love the tape technique, lots of fun.
    Hope I win!

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  24. Oh wow!!! I'd love to win this package! Thank you for the chance to win, and for sharing all the fabulous techniques!

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  25. Fantastic!! My eyes just about popped out of my head when you pulled your first print, very impressive and complex! I've been dying to try the new Golden high viscosity paints, thanks for the chance to win some! I put the badge on my blog- how fun! (approachable-art.blogspot.com)

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  26. I like your new badge - thanks for sharing it.

    Using combs to make lines and textures is a fabulous technique that I even use in my ceramic work...good to have plastic tools that I can cross utilize.

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  27. Wow!! I can't wait to try this technique. I can just imagine the endless designs this will create. Thanks for sharing and teaching ways to use the gelli plate. Crossing my fingers on the give-away as well. :)

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  28. I would love win this! Thanks for the opportunity to win and all the techniques that are shared!

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  29. Oh my goodness! This is an awesome giveaway that I would dearly love to win!! Thank you for having it. I'm going to put your button on my blog right now.

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  30. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway. I would love to try this technique.

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  31. I'd have never thought of this technique!! This is so cool. :)

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  32. This looks like an awesome technique! Love all the ones you've posted so far! It's neat how paints react with each other and create all these neat patterns! I would love to win this giveaway and try this out!

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  33. What I love about the whole gelli plate art is that is feels limitless in ideas and design. What a great give away. Just adds more ideas to the pot!

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  34. What a great technique and a great chance to win the giveaway.
    Can't wait to try this myself. At the weekend...fingers crossed!

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  35. I just love all these new ideas that Gelli Arts keeps offering -- this technique, "Thick & Thin" -- has such beautiful results. Can't wait to try it.

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  36. 4th time trying to enter comment. I love your tutorials & give-aways but I've never had such a tough time entering a comment. :(

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  37. What a great technique to try! I've been looking for a reason to buy some of the new Golden High Flow paint! I'd love to win this giveaway--thanks for the chance!

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  38. Can't wait to try the Thick and Thin paint technique on my Gelli plate!! Thanks for showing us how to do it!
    Sue S. in Ontario

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  39. Wow, now I will have to get some fluids from Golden! Would love to win this give away

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  40. OMG! you have the best products and most generous give-aways!
    Thank you for adding to our creativity in such a delicious way!!

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  41. Just another technique to add to my list! I have learned so much from these videos. My prints just get better and better all the time. I would love to win this giveaway!

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  42. It looks great and i would love to win...
    Marie-Anne

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  43. Oh yes indeed I am addicted to Gelli! Thanks for the tutorial - I'm heading for the studio Right. Now.

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  44. Wow I am in awe of your continued creativity..just a fab idea! I can't wait to try it...and to share it with my students too :-)Dru

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  45. Your videos are the best! The newest one on viscosity painting gave me new inspiration.

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  46. My brain is spinning! Unfortunately, I don't have the right kind of paint...but the possibilities! I see a purchase in my near future! Great video!

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  47. I'v done the thick and thin thing by accident a few times. Didn't realise it was a technique. Will be interested to see what happens if I deliberately create some clear space.

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  48. My addiction is a good thing... I think! These resources would be brilliant to win, thanks for the chance.

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  49. WOW what an amazing technique ! It really does seem like possibilities are endless with the Gelli Plate.
    I would love to try it, thanks for the chance to win that fantastic prize.

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  50. This thick/thin technique is really amazing! I'm going to shop for some paints of differing viscosity soon! Thank you so much.

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  51. This technique is totally fascinating, I love how the paints react doing this. I am going to try this later today, amazing!

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  52. Those prints are so vibrant and exciting. Thank you so much for the ideas as well as a chance for an amazing prize!

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  53. This is freaking AWESOME! I have some Akua inks that I'll have to try this with to see if it works! Really great!

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  54. Oh the fun to be had with this technique! I am already in love with Golden Fluid acrylics and cannot wait to try out the High Flow! I saw some artwork by Chris Cozen using them and that got the want list started and this just confirmed that I need to make an order for some. Thanks for always inspiring and challenging me with new ideas for my Gellies.

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  55. I love this technique. It's something I would love to try. Thanks for the chance, Johanne L.

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  56. I keep finding even more reasons to love my Gelli plate ... I am one happy artist camper! Thanks!

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  57. Thanks for another wonderful video. Can't wait to try this.

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  58. What a GREAT combination!

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  59. Thank you for all the inspiration ! Love Gelli Arts printing.

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  60. I love my Gelli Plate. I have so much fun and I can't wait to try this technique. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  61. Gelli plate printing has changed my life. Luv it!

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  62. Thanks for the inpiration!! So beautiful!!!!

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  63. Can't wait to try this!! So fun :)

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  64. I love love love this technique! and I love love love Golden paints. They are the best! Thank you for the how to video.
    smiles,
    Gabrielle

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  65. Love playing with my gelli plate - and now i have even more to try!! Thank you

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  66. Thanks for another great lesson, and a chance to win a prize! I too love my gelli arts plate.

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  67. Oh my gosh! I am so excited to see this marvelous technique! My head is spinning as I imagine all the unique interpretations that could come from this method. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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  68. I love this new technique, I can't wait to try it.

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  69. I can't wait to try this technique! Love your bog! Thanks for the tutorials and the opportunity to win this prize!

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  70. The Catalyst Contour Tools look like so much fun. Every time I read something here, I have to RUN back to my Gelli plate. On my way now, thanks again!

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  71. Another fabulous tutorial - I will certainly try this! I have some flow medium - I wonder if that will work too?

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  72. This looks like so much fun! Will give it a try while I wait to find out who the winner is.

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  73. I love the Gelli prints and tutorials. You do know how addicting this stuff is, right? :) Thank you again for a great giveawsy.

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  74. My mom and I both want a Gelli plate so badly. Wonder....if I win will I keep it or give it mom? Share! No...keep. Argh....what WILL I do?

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  75. Fabulous tutorial! Fabulous giveaway! The "brushes" are so cool and I loved learning about the difference in viscosities!

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  76. Great giveaway. Love your tutorials.

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  77. Oh what a fantastic giveaway - and I can't wait to try the techniques in the video! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

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  78. Absolutely captivating! If only I could get my hands on one :-)

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  80. I would love to win this giveaway. This idea of viscosity printing is really very cool. I might try it with oil paint on a plastic plate and see what happens. So many ideas to try!

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  81. I would love to try this. Thanks for the chance to win

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  82. I would love to win this give-away...I love gelli printing and I've added your badge to my blog: http://www.amandahayler.co.uk .... thank you
    Amanda ahaylercchs@yahoo.co.uk

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  83. I want to join the fun...thank you! I am totally intrigued with this new sensation of Gelli printing. Creative Hearts are Happy Hearts...

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  84. I just added your badge to my blog: bynancyoriginals.blogspot.com. Truly, I am addicted to the Gelli plate and just received my large one today and can't wait to try it out. Thanks for this technique with thin and think paints - another technique to try!

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  85. I always LOVE, LOVE, LOVE when you come out with new techniques, always inspiring and just plain gorgeous! Thank you!

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  86. This looks like so much fun and easy to do! Thanks for sharing yet another technique!

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  87. Love and learn so much from all your videos! Thank you!
    Carolyn P.

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  88. That is SUPER cool- and what a generous giveaway! Good luck everyone!

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  89. Fantastic technique , the results look amazing. I've yet to have a go at gelli art so would love to win this prize. :-)

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  90. Oh! I love this technique. Now to see if I can make it work with what I have. (or maybe I'll win! - Thanks for the chance)

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  91. Just discovered your blog and I'm like a sponge absorbing all your wonderful tips - keep them coming!

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  92. Love the badge! Not sure if I have thick enough paint for this but I sure want to try!!! Thank you for always inspiring!

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  93. VERY cool techniquue! I've never worked with low viscosity acrylic. Must investigate (and of course purchase). The idea of using low viscosity acrylic in the refillable pen is really awesome. Would surely love to win the package :-) Thanks for providing so many useful videos on how to use the Gelli plate in so many amazing ways!

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  94. I am brand new at gelli printing and this looks wonderful!! Thanks for all the inspiration.

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  95. This technique looks like so much fun! Thank you for the chance to win that fabulous prize :)

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  96. A super technique! Love to try it, it looks like so much fun.
    Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win!

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  97. great technique; love the new paints, but i also really aprpeciated the lesson on viscosity, guys. nice job!

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  98. Can't wait to try this out. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your contest!

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  99. This is so neat! I have heard people talk about Gelli Art, but have not seen it in action. Thank you for the great video and tutorial. I am adding these items to my wish list! Now that I have discovered this, I cannot wait to learn more. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  100. ooh, I've really been wanting to try those high flow acrylics. Thanks for the chance!

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  101. WOW...what a great technique...so much potential for all sorts of ideas...definitely on the must have list..

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  102. i need to go try this right now....at least i want to.....and i really love the paints and need them....

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  103. oh wow, I love the resisting technique this achieves! WWOW!

    -- dalis
    alidalis AT comcast DOT net

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  104. This is a really interesting technique. I shall be trying it out for sure!

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  105. I work so far outside the box that "the results are indeterminate" really appeals greatly.

    I will probably Incorporate the words techniques that you recently showed. I am tired of cutting acetate masques with lettering and freezer paper letters to iron onto fabric ...

    Are there hi and lo flow fabric paints? I have 5 yards of pale mint with small white butterflies waiting to be washed and printed.

    Many thanks for all the delightful videos!




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  106. Just received my gelli plate and would love to have these paints and tools to go with!

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  107. I would love that smaller size Gelli plate to go with my larger one, the paints and tools look amazing, good luck to everyone and thank you so much for the continued inspiration.

    Jan x

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  108. I LOVE my Gelli plate, and I can't wait to try this technique!!!

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  109. I will have to try this; it really speaks to me!

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  110. Wow! Awesome video tutorial of the thick and thin technique. I love it and have shared it with a friend! Thanks for the continuing ideas you give us to use with our gelli plates. I'd LOVE to win the great giveaway that you are offering. I hope to be the lucky one!!

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  111. The sky's the limit using these products! Would love to win a gelli plate!

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  112. Um Yes please and thank you for the chance to win.
    good luck to all y'all

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  113. Thankd for the tutorial, this is so cool! Thanks for the opportunity to win this great giveaway

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  114. This looks so cool love all the techniques you show, I would love the chance to have a go with one of these plates :)

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  115. I have tried making my own plate :(
    It did not work. I would love to win this package.
    Thank you for the great opportunity!
    Annette Maloney

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  116. Looks so easy on your vid! I am trying it out now, and, as you said, you must work quickly! I'm using Golden Fluid Acrylics with good results! I also have some acrylic inks, so I will give them a try now. Thank you for the idea!

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  117. thanks for the giveaway.
    great techniques. I really need one of these plates :)

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  118. Can't wait to try this new technique. Thanks for the giveaway

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  119. Love how you can get a multi-color print in one pull!
    Wow!
    Thank you for the chance to win! :)

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  120. Fantastic prize. I took my gelli plate to my class to try and they were addicted, they all had to press the plate to feel it! I would love to win this prize so they could try out this thick and thin technique.

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  121. Uh my,I LOVE this technique !!!!

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  122. Since taking a class at Scrapbook Expo last month I am in love with this process! Thanks for offering such a great prize and the chance to really broaden the experience!

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  123. WOW - I love the new video! So inspiring! Gotta go Gelli . . .!

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  124. Love these techniques!! Thank you for the chance to win these amazing products:)

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  125. Oh my, what a great idea! Keep these tutorials coming! And, of course, I'd love to be entered in the giveaway...thank you.

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  126. I'm totally and completely in love with my Gelli Plate!!! I love this new tutorial and need the different kinds of paint to do it. All I have are regular acrylic paint and craft paint. I would be honored to win the spectacular giveaway!!!!

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  127. Great timing, Gelli - my local art store, Opus, has the Golden Heavy-Body Acrylics at 25% off PLUS they are discounting the Catalyst Mini-Blades and Contours at 20% off. Going to get me some ... Thanks for sharing the technique.

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  128. what a fantastic and fun video....it's like magic when you pull those prints....well done!!
    ok, I want to win....gimme gimme!!

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  129. I loved the video and all the information. I would love to own these products. Thanks for the opportunity to win these amazing products.

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  130. I had to watch it twice! I grabbed me my badge and am off to mark my list for some heavy bodied paint....now Im all Gelli up with ideas! Thank you and Golden for a great vid!

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  131. Thanks for the video - I am always looking for ideas to explore with my Gelli!

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  132. Great video and step by step guide. One day I'll be able to get a Gelli arts plate down here in NZ, instead of fishing my gelatine plate out of the fridge, beating off my dogs who would like to eat it!

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  133. we are getting sophisticated..............viscosity and all......thanks for sharing

    Aine

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  134. I'm feelin' the love! Thanks!

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  135. Amazing technique! I would have never have believed it if I didn't see it for myself!

    I need to get some paint and try this right away! HOW COOL IS THIS!

    Thanks for the fabulous fun techniques and videos! I am addicted to my Gelli Plate! Thanks for the chance to win some awesome paints! It would be so cool to win!

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  136. Great idea, what a fab technique! Am really loving playing with my Gelli plate. Your videos are a lifesaver and inspiration, keep them coming...

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  137. Inspiring technique!! Can't wait to try it out ♥♥♥♥♥

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  138. Exciting technique. I have some high flow acrylics and can't wait to use them on my Gelli plate. Thanks for the ideas!

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  139. I would love to have a gelli plate but absolutely no money in the budget since I just enrolled in art school. And Golden paints are the absolute BOMB!!!!!

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  140. I love my Gelli plate! Thanks for this new technique - I also love those paint colors and I know I will be trying this! I also pinned this to my Gelliprinting Board!

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  141. I'm sitting here with my mouth hanging open! that's amazing. and simply gorgeous. can not wait to try it!! and I added the gelli arts button to my blog!

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    1. More great techniques using the fabulous gelli with some new tools and paint. Can't wait to try them if I'm the lucky winner. Thanks for the chance and the demo!
      Barbara

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  142. I have never tried this, but I think it would be a great opportunity for our school students.

    Gloria

    jaw_gjw@yahoo.com

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  143. Now wouldn't it be lovely to win!!!!

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  144. Just recently heard about Gelli plate and am dying to try it out. Looks like such fun and so easy to do.

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  145. Great tutorial can't wait to try it.

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  146. Great technique. I can't wait to get started making some prints. I love my Gelli plate!

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  147. Awesome giveaway, thank you for the chance to win!
    Thanks for sharing this new technique, and those colors are gorgeous!

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  148. I really appreciate the badge and am proud to display it on my blog at http://www.suessentiments.org/ as I really do love using my gelli plate. It's opened up a whole new way of creating for me. In addition, because of your videos, it inspired me to try the gelli plate. So I appreciate the video tutorials.

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  149. Love the process and the products. thanks as always for sharing. and for the chance at your giveaway.

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  150. This is super cool...thanks for the instruction video - very inspiring. Thanks for offering the giveaway also...very generous of you!

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  151. I love making gelli prints. I have done gelli printing with my senior crafting friends and they love it too! It's great fun for all ages. Thanks for the tutorials.

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  152. You have the best videos!! I would love to win this giveaway - dont have the 6x6 gelli, the high flow or the fluorescents! And I'm going to have to check out the refillable markers!! Thanks!

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  153. I would love o win this so I can try out all of the products!!

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  154. This is an amazing technique. Can't wait to try it. I love the colors and pattern with the resist.

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  155. Awesome Tutorial! I can't wait to try it! Thanks!
    Raquel

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  156. Great ideas. Can't wait to try.

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  157. My goodness...what a wonderful thought to win things for the latest post...I fell in love with it the minute I saw it...
    Keep posting the wonderful ideas, they are always an inspiration!

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  158. love the technique. I am going to try it for some journal pages. Would love to receive these for time at home during hip rehab.

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  159. Don't have a gelli plate yet, but want one! And this site seems to have lots of great ideas. Thanks for the opportunity to win some supplies.

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  160. OMG! Pick me! How exciting! Wonderful giveaway. :)

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  161. I thought I had left a comment before but it didn't show up it was a week ago. So I will try again. I love the Gelli plate would love to have one I tried with my own home made one and it was a load of fun but when I washed it off I ripped it. boo. so I really reallyyyyy reallyyy hope I win this one that would be so awesome I love your tutorials on the process. ty for the opportunity to win fingers crossed. Smilz

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  162. Brilliant ideas and inspiration! Love your instructional videos. Can't wait to try this technique. Thanks!

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  163. Very cool tips!!! I also added the Golden Open mediums to any paint I use because everything dries so quick I couldn't print!
    The giveaway is super!
    ~Christina in Cleveland, OH

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  164. I took a mono-printing class awhile ago and found the gelli plate to be a perfect fit. No local sources are to be found. Ordering on-line would work but winning one would be perfect!

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  165. This is so cool! I just got into it this last weekend, and I am trying to start with my gelli printing here in vancouver. I think that it is really amazing.

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  166. I enjoy so much when you post videos showing new ways to use the plate...more, please!

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  167. This is wonderful! I would love to win this and try these paints out on a Gelli Plate. Wow!

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  168. What an amazing give away! Thank you. I generally never win anything, but this is definitely worth a try.
    Susan

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  169. I have been learning so much from watching these tutorials. And I especially love the ideas of capturing the brayer designs on an extra sheet and also working back into the prints with the refillable markers. Awesome tips!

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  170. The tutorials are great, and I love this blog!!

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  171. Enjoyed the video. Have been wanting to get multicolor effects like this... and now I know how. And thank you for the chance to win the supplies. Have some high flows. Off to find some heavy body paints.

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  172. This is so cool....and looks like so much fun....I'm crossing my fingers to win this fantastic giveaway....thank you so much for the chance....
    I also posted your badge on my blog...

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  173. Well, I do believe that since my birthday is next week, I should be considered. ;)
    Fondly, Tami

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  174. This is one of the coolest ideas that I have come across for printing with the Gelli can't wait to try it .Thank you.Reba

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  175. Can hardly wait to try this technique - I'm SO into Gelli!

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  176. I would love to win this. It looks like so much fun. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  177. Wow! I love this technique! What beautiful colors! Thanks so much for sharing and thanks for the give-away!

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  178. Gelli printing looks like a lot of fun! I love all of your wonderful techniques and I appreciate all of these amazing tutorials!

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  179. Thanks for the great tutorial and the giveaway! Can't wait to try this!
    Cindy K.

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  180. OOH! I could have a LOT of fun with this loot! Thanks for having these great giveaways! :D

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  181. Beautiful pieces, Joan. I can hardly wait to try my hand. Thanks a lot for the give-away opportunity.
    -Barbara

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  182. Can't wait to try this thick over thin technique. Would be awesome to win the giveaway! Will be pinning this technique to Pinterest!

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  183. What a fun and interesting technique! Those are neat comb tools too! Thanks for the chance to win the giveaway.

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  184. I am traveling but can hardly wait to get home and try a couple of these techniques

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  185. This is something I've wanted to try for a long time, and this might just be the "push" I need! It looks like so mch fun!

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  186. that was incredible. I want to win so bad. my email is
    healthycoffeedrinks@yahoo.com
    thanks for the chance to win.
    hayde

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  187. I just discovered this site I want to win so I can try out some of these techniques judyjh712gmailcom

    Judy Hackley

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  188. What an awesome technique! I can't wait to try it.

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  189. Fabulous technique! Hope to try it soon. Thanks for the opportunity to win some great products.

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  190. Gosh! With all these comments I hope you see this.... All I have (beginner) is the cheaper acrylic paints.... Do i need to get some "thick paint" to make this work? These are BEAUTIFUL samples and would really love for mine to have this look! If you can answer me via email ???? needanotherstamp@yahoo.com

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  191. oh, refillable make your own paint pens.... LOVE! can't wait to get some of those and this new golden paint!

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  192. Golden Paints and Gelli printing plate, sounds like heaven. Thanks for the chance to enter.

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  193. Amazing results. I would love to have a play with this kit. Thanks so much for the chance of winning.

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  194. Have added the badge - love the techniques, must play, especially since yesterday I found the top of my work table again! Love all the things I'm seeing with the Gelli Plate.

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  195. j'ai hate de tester cette nouvelle technique. En plus je tente ma chance pour gagner ce fabuleux cadeau.

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  196. Love all these amazing techniques you bring us!

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  197. Merci pour cette nouvelle technique.
    Je tente ma chance pour ce superbe cadeau.

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