Thursday, December 19, 2013

Easy and Fun — Gelli Printing on Tags!

Gelli prints make great tags, cards and ATC's! Watch this video demonstration for ideas on creating fun small prints!



When you print on paper that's smaller than the painted gel plate, you're creating a bleed print. That means the printed image is the entire paper, right up to and including the edges ... no borders.



Making a bleed print — or in this case, printing tags — couldn't be easier:
    1. Place your tags on the painted gel plate
    2. Place a cover sheet over the plate
    3. Rub to transfer the paint
    4. Remove the cover sheet
    5. Pull your printed tags


The cover sheet picks up the paint from the areas on the plate that weren't covered by the tag. In fact, the cover sheet is a masked print of the negative space around the tags. 

Also — use the cover sheets to pick up the ghost image after the tags are removed ... and you'll see how interesting cover sheets can become!

Cover sheets make great beginnings, so keep using them over and over. 



And here's a fun technique for adding rubber stamped images to Gelli printed tags!

This technique calls for some unprinted areas on your tags. You can achieve this simply with torn paper masks. Follow these easy steps for fun results!


  1. Apply acrylic paint to the plate and roll out with a brayer.
  2. Place torn pieces of paper (masks) onto the painted plate, which will create unprinted areas in your print.
  3. Leave masks on the plate and place the tags onto the painted plate.
  4. Cover the plate with a sheet of paper that's larger than the plate.
  5. Rub the paper to transfer the paint — and remove the cover sheet. (keep using the cover sheet as long as the paint is dry)
  6. Remove the tags and let the paint dry completely.
TIP:  Acrylic paint acts as a resist. It must be completely dry before continuing to the next step.

Ink a stamp with a dye stamp pad (such as Distress or Adirondack — both by Ranger) — and stamp onto the masked area on your tag. The stamped image can overlap onto painted areas.

With a damp paper towel, wipe stamped ink off the acrylic paint. Acrylic paint resists the stamp pad ink, and the stamped image will remain only in the masked area. 

Note: The stamp ink may smear or blend into the unpainted paper, giving it color! The stamp image remains.


It's fun to continue embellishing the stamp images with colored pencils or markers. But for special glittery effects, try the Wink of Stella brush pens by Zig! They add a subtle touch of superfine glitter ... and offer the easiest way to add some sparkle to your print! With no mess! The brush tip allows for delicate lines as well as broader coverage. They can lend a touch of magic to a small print, like a tag!

Want to give it a try? Our extra-fun giveaway will have you making sparkly tags in no time!

This Contest is officially CLOSED

We have a winner! The random generator picked Vicki Romaine! Congrats to Vicki and a huge THANKS to all who commented and shared their fun artwork with us over the past few days on our FB page. Wishing everyone a happy and safe holiday season!

 

This fabulous prize package includes:



      • One (1) — 6" x 6" Gelli Arts Gel Printing Plate
      • One (1) — Speedball 4" Soft Rubber Pop-In Brayer
      • One (1) — set of three (3) Wink of Stella Brush Markers
      • One (1) — set of four (4) clear stamps by Inkadinkadoo
      • One (1) — Distress Ink Pad
      • Two (2) — Rubbing Plates by Cedar Canyon
      • Twenty (20) — Blank Manilla Tags

To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment HERE ON THE BLOG!!

Comments (as your entry!) will be accepted until 12pm (noon) EST Monday, December 23rd. Leave your comment NOW!!

This Contest is officially CLOSED

We have a winner! The random generator picked Vicki Romaine! Congrats to Vicki and a huge THANKS to all who commented and shared their fun artwork with us over the past few days on our FB page.

One lucky winner will be selected AT RANDOM and announced no later than 5pm EST on Monday, December 23rd. The winner will be announced here on the blog and on our Facebook page!

For more wonderful examples of Gelli printed Tags or ATC's, check out our Pinterest Boards loaded with thousands of examples from Gelli printers who live all over the world. Please share your Gelli printed Tags or ATC's with us on Facebook too!

Good luck ... and Happy Printing!

545 comments:

  1. Another great idea! Thanks so much.

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  2. You always have such wonderful ideas. I love my Gelli Plate. It really helps me be creative!

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  3. What a great giveaway, would love to win, thanks for the chance! AnnaH

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  4. These look beautiful! I'd love to win the prize package and play with my own art with it! Thank you for making the video and sharing! :)

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  5. Great idea and wonderful tags! Thank you for doing another giveaway. I would so love to win but wish everyone good luck.

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  6. this looks like fun and given that it's below zero and blizzarding I think I'll give it a try this afternoon.

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  8. Love, love, LOVE Gelli printing on tags! Planning to make a ton this weekend. Can't get enough Gelli plate therapy! Thanks for such a great product...and a chance to win stuff I have been wanting to try out!

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  9. I have so much fun with my Gelli Plate - and I watch the videos over and over...excellent!
    Thank you!

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  10. your blog is always one i love to read, and every day... a gelli print is NEW! love it. thanks for the chance.

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  11. I would love to win this. I have been following this blog for awhile and would love to give this a try.

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  12. Wonderful! & the giveaway package is great... I'd love to have it! Merry Christmas to Gelli Plate folks!!

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  13. I looove Gelli prints! I feel so much joy while watching process videos... and that package contains my dream products:)

    Merry Christmas to you!

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  14. These are delightful tags. I especially like the stamped ones. Very fanciful and colorful. Great idea!

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  15. Wow! I haven't been working on any tags lately and this is totally going to make me go dig them out and get going making some awesome tags for Christmas. Merry Christmas to all!

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  16. What a fantastic prize opportunity - would love to give this a try!

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  17. Beautiful tags!!....Very cool technique!! Something new to try....thanks for the great ideas!!

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  18. What fun. Would love to win so I can try this. Merry Christmas!

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  19. Fabulous giveaway (choose me!) Love the torn paper mask inspiration!

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  20. Great idea. I love doing backgrounds for tags on the gelli plate.

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  21. Gosh, you gals just keep getting better and better. So inspiring!!!

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  22. Oh - oh -oh! This is fabulous! I absolutely love my 8 x 10 but never thought the 6 would be as useful. You proved me wrong! It would really be a hoot to win. Thanks for your generous contest!

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  23. I am soooo happy with this idea. I wanted to make cards from the prints but felt using the larger pad was a waste. Also, I love integrating my stamping into it.

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  24. very fun ideas!!!! wanta try it!!!!
    Ruth
    glassart58203(at) yahoo (dot) com

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  25. What great techniques!!! Can't wait to get home and play.

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  26. Yeah covering with torn paper, love the idea, I am going to try it! Thanks for sharing!

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  27. It never ceases to surprise me how many different methods there are for using a Gelli plate. I've only had a home-made one to use so far, and would LOVE to have a real one! Thanks for much for the contest to win one!

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  28. Oh, what wonderful ideas -- and I've never seen the Wink of Stella pens. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  29. I would love to win this...please make my Christmas, little random fairies :)

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  30. I love my gelli plates and I will definitely try this technique
    PICK ME PICK ME PICK ME

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  31. I love this blog, you guys are so generous with these wonderful ideas! I can't wait to try it. I'm crossing my fingers so tightly that I win!!!

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  32. This would also work well on ATCs I think. I'd be thrilled to win a Gelli prize package and try out this latest technique with it.

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  33. Awesome ideas ... now if I just had a Gelli plate so I could try them I'd be one happy girl:) Thanks for the great tutorials and contests!

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  34. I would love to win this! I've been wanting a Gelli plate ever since I first heard of them. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  35. Who doesn't love a good Gelli-tag!

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  36. Will be playing with this idea soon! Thanks for another fun technique!

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  37. These are really cool and I would LOVE to try it or myself! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  38. Thanks for another great technique video and giveaway - I always love it when I get a message saying Gelli Arts has a new video!

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  39. Wow, I am so inspired. I'm going to stop writing my Christmas cards and get the Gelli plate out instead!

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  40. This is so neat! Can't wait to try it. Would love those Zig pens!

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  41. Great post!! :) Thanks so much for giving us the opportunity to win a gelli plate. Have a great Christmas! :)

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  42. I love tags! Thanks for these fab ideas & another great giveaway!
    Alison x

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  43. Love Gelli Plate! Great idea! Maybe I shall be a fortunate girl...

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  44. I would love a 6"x 6" Gelli plate! These tags look great, would be good for Christmas gifts.

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  45. Love those tags. Beautiful!!!

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  46. Wow, what a great prize; good luck everyone!!!

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  47. Great ideas! thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  48. I have been wanting to get myself a gelli-plate since they hit the stores. This would be so great to win!

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  49. i love to print on fabric to use in my art quilts. fun stuff!

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  50. wow! fabulous ideas! good luck to everyone!

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  51. What a fantastic and generous giveaway! I would sooooooooo love to win! Pick meeeeeeeeeeeeee pleeeeeeeeeeeeeease! ;)

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  52. Okay, new wish for Christmas---that whoever wins this is someone who will truly be grateful for this wonderful prize.

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  53. Oh this would be a dream com true! Love everything you create!

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  54. AWESOME!!! Pick me, Pick me! ;)

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  55. Omg, how I would love to win these awesome supplies! Thank you for the opportunity. Cheryl C.

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  56. O Gelli Plate, o Gelli Plate, how lovely are your colors! (Repeat) So bold and bright in summer time, more muted in winter's clime! O Gelli Plate, dear Gelli plate, please let me win and make you mine! (Sing to the tune of O Christmas Tree, loudly, so everyone wonders what you've put in the punch!) merry, Merry, MERRY!!

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  57. I have yet to try the gelli plates!! It would be a great surprise to win!

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  58. I would love to try this technique. I never have so it would be a good introduction to begin with a small project such as tags..

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  59. This is interesting! Merry Xmas :)

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  60. Would love to try the Gelli Plate! Thanks for sharing your ideas and giving an opportunity to win! Merry Christmas :)

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  61. Fabulous and Beautiful works of art in miniature............Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year..........oh and thanks for the chance to win xx

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  62. I love Gelli Prints!!

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  63. I love printing on tags! They're so quick and easy and can be further embellished even more!

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  64. I was wondering what you would use the 6 X 6 gelli plate for. Well after watching the video I know.

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  65. What a fantastic technique. I love creating with tags and these look brilliant.
    Thank you for sharing. Merry Christmas to you all xxx

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  66. Oh I would so love to win and make art (with and without the kids) - looks so interesting. Sadly its not so easy to buy from Germany. But I guess I still will one day! Can't resist :-)
    Lea

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  67. These are all so beautiful, everyone is lovely! Those rubbing plates are fabulous I haven't seen those before, very pretty effects! Happy Christmas and thank you for sharing. x

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  68. I always enjoy seeing new ways to use the Gelli plate. Thanks for sharing.

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  69. Why didn't I ever think to gelli print on tags ??!?!?! I love the effect. Thanks for a chance to win .. cimmieshops2@sbcglobal.net

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  70. Would love to win the prize so I can do the tags. Love your ideas

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  71. What an awesome give away. Thanks for giving everyone the chance to win.
    Susan Libertiny

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  72. The Gelli Plate is so much fun! I'm especially enamored with Ghost Prints.

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  73. Brilliant package and ideas for great tags.
    I sooooo need this.

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  74. Such a great and timely idea - thanks! I hope I win (your giveaways are always so generous!)

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  75. Oh Wow! I can't wait to try red, pink, and gold together!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  76. Thanks so much for the great giveaway. Great ideas using tags and stamping with the 6x6 Gelli Plate. Jane S

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  77. Lovely tags! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  78. Nothing better than tags, not only for gifts, but also as bookmarks, or small notes to people. Also they are great to attach to your belongings (what their original intention was, I believe). A brightly colored tag tied to your art toolbox will easily mark it as yours.

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  79. Fabulous ideas! I just picked up a 6x6 plate and I'm looking forward to some messy fun :)

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  80. Love these tags! I need to make some :-)
    designsbydawnrene@gmail.com

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  81. Love this blog! Great ideas!
    Would be a grateful winner. :)

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  82. Thanks for the tips.
    I am hooked on Gelli and my best times are spent printing with it!
    So easy and fun!

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  83. Stunning color combos in your sample. Thanks always for the inspiration.

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  84. Fab way to get creative with tags! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  85. Great idea to use the Gelli for tags. Would make really fun holiday gift tags!

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  86. What an interesting concept. I'm always looking for new ideas for ATCs.

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  87. I totally love all the ideas you come up with to use the gelli plate. I have so much fun with it! Ooo the metallics paints looked gorgeous! Happy Holidays!

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  88. This is a great way to make ATC's and I just love doing that!

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  89. I love your demos! What a great Christmas surprise this would be!

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  90. Love my gelli plate, so much fun and so many ideas.

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  91. Love the use of the palette knife to create irregular edges - funky and fun!

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  92. This would be the best Christmas present I'll receive!! And I won't have to buy it myself! I don't even mind that it'll be after Christmas and that it'll be unwrapped! WHOOP WHOOP! Great giveaway.

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  93. Love all the different techniques that can be used with Gelli plates and the resulting effects! Thank you for all the inspiration!

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  94. There are always such good ideas here! I want to win! Love everything I've learned here.
    Thanks.

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  95. What a great project. Can't wait to try it!

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  96. I LOVE the way the tags were made! I've gotta give it a try soon! The video was packed with wonderful new ideas...at least new to me. Thank you Gelli for more inspiration!! I'd love to give the super prize package a really good home! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  97. I've been using my Gelli plate on tags for awhile now. I need a starting point then find it easier to continue with my art. Thanks for a great giveaway and happy holidays it all.

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  98. The tags are absolutely gorgeous! Thank you very much for the chance to win these goodies - it will be a beautiful Christmas present for some one - so thank you x

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  99. I love what one can do with a gelli plate and would be thrilled to be the winner of this wonderful gift package. Thanks.

    marilyn (marimuseinpt@gmail.com)

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  100. Can't have enough techniques in my tool box to use with gelli plates! I have 2 now and love them immensely!

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  101. I love these innovative techniques -- you just keep them coming! I also love the presentation of your videos -- they are easy to follow. Thank you for a great product!

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  102. thanks for helping us to see 'outside the box'. Love the tags!

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  103. Love all the things one can do with the Gelli plate! Keep those great ideas coming!

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  104. Wow, lot's of comments here...is everyone gelli-printing? I could do it all day!

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  105. Looks like great fun! I am still experimenting with my first Gelli Arts plate. How on earth do your hands stay clean? I am covered with paint when I am finished playing.

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  106. Those are some incredibly gorgeous tags!!!!

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  107. Love those colorful tags...they're gellicious! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  108. This would be an amazing Merry Christmas to me!

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  109. gorgeous prize ...cant wait to play x

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  110. What a great idea! Would be fun to win this

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  111. Your tags are beautiful. Thanks for all the great videos. I have learned a lot and look forward to them.

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  112. I love this idea. I just recently starting this process with my students and I love it! Thanks for sharing a new application.

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  113. Ooh, really snazzy! I've never played with Gelli plates, but they look amazing! Crossing fingers!

    Hugs & Hope,
    rachel of OddModicum
    www.OddModicum.etsy.com

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  114. The colors are so vivid on these tags. I love making tags. Thanks for sharing new ways to be artistic.

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  115. Great video and tutorial. Looks like something I want to do.

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  116. I love these tags. Winning this prize would be an awesome Christmas present for me :)

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  117. Love your demo and your Gelli Art Print Plate! Thank you for sharing!!!!
    ~Michi

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  118. I can't wait to try this out! Thanks!!

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  119. Wow, great technique! I could see making color coordinated wrapping paper, using deli paper, for one of a kind tags and paper! I love Gelli printing! Thanks for the terrific video! Merry Christmas!

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  120. Another fabulous video and set of prizes. I would love to win.

    Gail Larsen
    gmlarsen@comcast.net

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  121. Great idea and so fun! I have just seen the new Zig pens...would like to try them.
    Thank you for the ideas and giveaways.
    Happy Holidays to all....

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  122. I love my gelli plate. I must give this a try!

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  123. OMG!!!!! I love making tags, what a wonderful way to make backgrounds for them. I just LOVE your videos and the music. I sat and watched this one a couple of times. You make it look so easy. I so want to try this. Thank you again for making a great video. Happy Holidays to you all.

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  124. What a brilliant idea! I can also see making full bleed greeting cards with a Gelli plate. My mind is whirling with ideas. I really really want to try this.

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  125. I love Love LOVE my gelli plate! I will be making tags on it next!

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  126. Always something new and exciting to try! Thanks for the video and chance to win!

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  127. Thanks so much for the video and written tutorial. What an awesome way to use tags with my gelli plate. I would love to win the giveaway. Thanks for the chance!

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  128. I love to make backgrounds and have not had any experience with the Gelli printing. It looks fun and exactly the type of new thing I need! Thank you for the great tutorials!

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  129. I have two sizes of Gelli plates and have sold some of the monotypes I made with them! Would love to win this giveaway.

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  130. I am always amazed by your new techniques. Thank you for sharing your ideas with us. I look forward to seeing what you will com up with next.

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  131. Came here from watching youtube because I wanted to know about those rubber plates you were using. I'm not much a blog reader but I can see spending hours here learning more of how to use my gelli plate. Awesome blog.

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  132. Thank you for sharing such a cool idea....quick and easy with great results!!!!
    Thanks too for a chance, slim tho' it be, to win!!!!
    Jan

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  133. Great tips as always! Love your videos. While watching I realized I can use my stamps on the painted Gelli plate and then pull a print! Doh! I'm sure you have covered that already, it was just my ah HAH moment. :) Can't wait for the weekend to do some printing!!

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  134. c'mon Gelli Winner!!!! Let it be ME!!!!!

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  135. Oh those pressing plates with the gelli are so cool!

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  136. I have been wanting to try this technique! I would love to be able too.It is up to your random generator !!!

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  137. Beautiful tags! I would love to win this prize package.

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  138. I want one but there are no stores near me selling them...guess I will have to hope to win lol

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  139. Wow - I would love to win the prize package - super fun and generous!

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  140. I love to use my gelli plate for tags. Will give this technique a try. I sure would love to win this package. Not for myself, but for my friend in Australia who doesn't have one. I already have all this. LOVEEE my Gelli! Hugs, Rockin Robin

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  141. It looks so easy.... and the results are beautiful. Thanks for the demo.

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  142. Thanks for the tag ideas! I'd love to win the prize package!!

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  143. I make thank you tags for my customers and I have now started doing one side with the Gelli plate. I just love how they turn out and get so many comments. I don't know I lived without the Gelli plate. It is now a staple in my craft room.

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  144. After watching the video, I think I need to find out more about the texture/rubbing plates you used. Great ideas and an awesome giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity to win some cool stuff.

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  145. Great idea! It seems Gelli is the answer for all creative endeavors. This is on my "need it" list!

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  146. Your demos are the greatest! Thanks for the ideas and put my name in the hat to win the fabulous prizes.
    Barbara Crichton

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  147. Thank you so much for a year's worth of inspiration including this one right here. I would love to have the 6x6 plate to use with my other one. Thanks for the opportunity to make that possible. Happy holiday!

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  148. I would love to win your wonderful package. Thanks for the great ideas.
    --Cathy C.

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  149. Those tags look like they would be really fun. I might just have to try that. I would love to win the prize pkg as well :-)

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  150. I love the small format idea using the tags. Thanks for the idea and the great video presentation.

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  151. What a great idea to add to my holiday gifts!!!

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  152. ooooh tat's a great idea! I'm in!

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  153. Ohhhh your videos make me want to run to the art room and start printing right now, unfortunately it is 3 am and bed is calling. Tomorrow.....thanks for sharing

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  154. Wow with 168 comments what hope do I have, but I would love to win.

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  155. Wow, I like this. Can't wait starting! I need this package!!!

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  156. fantastic way to create! I would love to win!

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  157. Boy, oh boy! This looks like fun.. The tags are beautiful and I am sharing this with all my friends. We may have to have a "tag day" real soon..

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  158. Another great tutorial, so relaxing to watch....I love it

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  159. Oooh this looks like fun! I need to check everything out since I have some time off for the holidays!!!!! Hope to win! Would make a great birthday gift for me!!!!!

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  160. I will definitely give this a go for my Christmas tags. Why not have a little extra fun while wrapping!

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  161. I love this! Thank you so much for sharing these wonderfully creative ideas! Awesome! Love! Love! Love!

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  162. Great! Will have to buy more presents so I can use all these tags that I'll make.

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  163. i am just starting to gelli print so this prize would be awesome! thanks for all your great tutorials to help us beginners. :*)

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  164. Grat inspiration. This would be a fab present if I was successful.
    Happy Gelli Crimbo to all.

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  165. Great post, love the masking with torn paper! Thank you for the chance to win such a great prize!

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  166. Yay, TAGS, another fabulous way to have fun, Thanks.
    Merry Festive Season!!

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  167. Love these tags and the video. Going to give it a try today. Thanks ladies.

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  168. I haven't tried tags yet, but this will be a project for this weekend. Looking forward to having some fun. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to win this fab prize package.
    Merry Christmas!

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  169. Love these ideas, love this blog, love this video!

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  170. Funny...I never thought to use the Gelli plate for tag backgrounds! Great idea! And thanks for the great giveaway! I've not tried the Wink of Stella pens yet.

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  171. I am so happy to find this page...excited to learn more...am inspired...thank you for letting me follow your creativity!

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  172. Great tags! Would love to win!

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  173. What fantastic ideas! Thank you for another intro to new products and techniques.

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  174. Love the video! Can hardly wait to try this, And would absolutely love to win the giveaway!

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  175. More great ideas for your wonderful tool! I had to make a special file just for gelli prints as my desk has been piled HIGH for the last year.

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  176. Brilliant idea.... must try, love the ghost prints too. So many Ideas, so little time.

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  177. The video is great. and then the give away. Owwww how much would i love that.

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  178. Me encanta el producto y todas sus ideas, yo mandé pedir el mío desde México! feliz navidad!!

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  179. I love this, oh how I wish I could win, pick me, pick me, pick me

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  180. Thank you for the video and tutorial. I would love love love to win the giveaway!!!

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