Friday, February 21, 2014

Gelli Printing with DIY Layered Texture Plates

Pressing a handmade layered texture plate into a painted Gelli plate is a fabulous way to create a unique image! Watch this video for a demonstration of this easy technique.




You can make texture plates to match the size of your Gelli plate, or make smaller plates that 
can be used as stamps. This technique is especially fun for making custom texture plates designed specifically for your Round Gelli Plate.



Texture plates can be made from many different materials. The material used in the video is...heavyweight fusible stabilizer. It's perfect for making quick layered texture plates that are ready to use right away.

I use Peltex 71F (by Pellon) — a heavyweight stabilizer with fusible adhesive on one side. It's a stiff non-woven polyester material about 1/16" thick. And so easy to cut!



Those of you who quilt or sew may be familiar with this stabilizer for creating fabric bowls, bags, postcards, ATC's, etc.

What makes Peltex so interesting for making layered texture plates is its dimensional quality. As you build the layers, you're creating a deep relief pattern.


When the texture plate is pressed into a painted Gelli plate and removed — a 'halo' effect
remains around the shapes. In other words, the surface of the texture plate removes some of the paint ... but there will be a line, or shadow, around the shapes. This can make wonderful printed images — with an almost 3-D effect!


Here's how to make the texture plate:
  1. Cut a piece of Peltex to the desired size to use as the substrate for your texture plate. 
  2. Place the cut substrate on a piece of parchment paper (on top of ironing surface)
  3. Cut pieces of Peltex into desired shapes.
  4. Arrange the pieces on the substrate with the fusible side down. (Layer some cut pieces on top of others to create dimension on the plate)
  5. Cover with parchment paper and press with a hot iron to fuse the layers together.         (Follow manufacturer's instructions for fusing)
  6. Remove the parchment paper and trim along the edge of the texture plate.
So fast and easy! Now your layered texture plate is ready to use!


Printing with these plates is like using a stamp.
  1. Apply paint to the Gelli plate and roll into a smooth layer with a brayer
  2. Press the texture plate firmly into the wet paint and remove
  3. Place the printing paper on the painted Gelli plate
  4. Rub to transfer paint
  5. Pull your print

For a dynamic effect with layered texture plates — try printing on black paper with opaque white or metallic paint!


  • Peltex is available at fabric stores, like JoAnn Fabrics...and many online sources.
  • When cutting a full-size texture plate for your Gelli plate, add a half inch or so to the overall dimensions — for easy handling.
  • To apply a layer of paint to the round plate with a brayer — start from the center and roll out to the edge.
  • Press the texture plate firmly into the wet paint. Avoid moving the texture plate while you press it into the Gelli plate, as that can blur the image. 
  • If you don't have Peltex, try making texture plates from sticky-back craft felt. You can find it at craft stores.
  • Adhesive-backed craft felt can be cut into shapes and layered. Simply peel the backing off and stick the pieces together.
  • Craft felt produces a slightly different image ... not quite as hard-edged as Peltex. If the felt plate becomes saturated with paint, stamping the felt plate on paper will give you a relief print of the image. 
  • When making multiple prints from the same texture plate, wet paint from the previous print may transfer to the next painted Gelli plate image. This is a wonderful way to create multi-color images! So, it’s important to consider the sequence of colors used. It's easy for the prints to get muddy as you switch from one color to another.
  • Using colors with a high contrast against the paper color creates very dynamic images. Likewise, dark colors on white paper make exciting prints!
  • For those of you who scan your prints and enhance them in photo-editing software — this technique lends itself to very interesting digital prints.


FYI:  Materials used in this video:

  • 8" Round Gelli Plate
  • Deco Arts Multi-Surface SATIN™acrylic paint
  • Strathmore Bristol (vellum surface)
  • Strathmore Artagain (coal black)
  • Speedball 4" Soft Rubber Pop-In Brayer
  • Peltex 71F
  • Scissors
  • Parchment Paper
  • Iron and ironing surface


This Contest is officially CLOSED

                And here's our awesome Giveaway to get you excited                       about making texture plates for Gelli printing on the       NEW 8" Round Gelli Plate!



  • 1 - 8" Round Gelli Printing Plate
  • 12 - Deco Arts Multi-Surface SATIN acrylic paints (2 oz. bottles)
  • 1 - Pad (24 sheets) Strathmore Bristol (9"x12")
  • 1 - Pad (24 sheets) Strathmore Artagain® coal black (9"x12")
  • 1 - Speedball 4" Soft Rubber Pop-In Brayer
  • 4 - Pieces of Peltex 71F (9"x12")
To enter to win, all you need to do is leave a comment here on the blog. Comments will be accepted until Tuesday, Feb. 25th at 12 noon EST. One lucky winner will be selected at random on Feb. 25th and announced here on the blog and on our Facebook page no later than Feb. 25th at 5 p.m. EST.

This Contest is officially CLOSED


And a special thanks to our friends at Deco Art and Strathmore Papers for their generous support for this giveaway!

Good luck...and Happy Printing!


563 comments:

  1. Looks like a lot of fun and would make some awesome prints. I find uses for my gelli prints in nearly everything I make.

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  2. OMG I loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee the effect and results you got - would luv to play with these goodies :D

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  3. awesome technique! let's try to win the prize then! :-) #gellirocks

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  4. This is so cool..even better than foam..never heard of it..that is what I love about this site..always a new look..opening doors ..and windows! Thanks!

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  5. Gelli plates are wonderful! I love all you can do with them!

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  6. What a great project! Thanks for the ideas, and the chance to win!

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  7. OMG! I can't wait to try this! I just added Peltex to my JoAnn list, lol.

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  8. This is a wonderful giveaway :) now I know what to do with the scraps of felt and stabilizer laying around :)

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  9. That is the coolest idea I have seen in a while. It has inspired me to make some Gelli prints today. I don't have any webbing so will try felt for now until I can get to a store. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. It`s brilliant - I would soooooooooo love to have this

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  11. It's always so exciting to have something new to try on the gelli. I hope you never run out of new ideas!

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  12. This is pure genius! So many different designs that could be made…exciting!

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  13. Wow, this is amazing, I love the idea!!!

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  14. This looks like fun, will have to try it! Would also like to win the giveaway to get me started. Thanks for your great ideas!...Anna

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  15. That looks very cool!
    RLAM at umn dot edu

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  16. This looks like so much fun, I would love to try it!

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  17. Wonderful effects, can't wait to try this technique!

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  18. I know I could get a years worth of brownie points if I win this for my better half!! Let's give it a shot. O.K.

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  19. This is awesome, can't wait to play!!!

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  20. Another idea for the gelli plate ! I wish I can find this "Peltex" in France.
    Thanks for those videos, it give me more ideas.

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  21. I just love the design of that texture plate! I just bought some adhesive backed foam sheets so I'm going to try this technique with those. Thanks for a terrific idea. :D

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  22. Our little artist would enjoy learning this technique.

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  23. Another great video - thanks for the opportunity!

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  24. This is totally Amazing with a Capital "A". Love the genius creativity behind this and the fabulous results! A thrilling give away too!

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  25. I love this technique. Can't wait to try it!

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  26. This is an awesoome technique, love the final result Thanks for the chance, Johanne Lacombe

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  27. I can't wait to try this. I love making my own plates out of craft foam. This sounds like it would be fun, too.

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  28. VERY nice and versatile technique! Can't wait to try it! Thank you for another great giveaway.

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  29. This is so exciting......makes me want to go do it right now....... Thanks for sharing

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  30. What an awesome idea. Running out to the fabric store now! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. Wonderful knowledge! Thanks for sharing.

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  32. Love learning. Thank you for sharing!

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  33. Awesome layered textures. Thank you for sharing.

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  34. I am excited to try this! You hit it out of the park again!

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  35. Again another wonderful video! I so enjoyed looking at the proces and results!

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  36. Love the video. Can't wait to try it. Would love to win the round gelli plate.

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  37. LOVE LOVE LOVE, my Gelli printing!!!

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  38. Great Idea, I just love the way the prints look!! thanks for the chance to win the supplies to try this. this would make great collage papers.

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  39. Absolute genius! I would LOVE to win this great prize, thanks for the video, the inspiration, and the opportunity to stand on the shoulders of the great ones (that's you!)

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  40. Love the new video! The texture is an added plus too.

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  41. You come up with the best ideas! I would love to win this.

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  42. You have the best giveaways! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  43. I am so going to try this technique out. It would also be an awesome prize to win! Thanks

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  44. Wow...amazing project. Love the details you get with each print! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  45. Great idea, the 3-D effect is exciting. Thanks for sharing the techniques and the chance to win.

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  46. looks like a really easy cool effect you can do with this technique!!! Woh!!

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  47. Love this technique! Can't wait to try it.
    Cindy K.

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  48. I would love to win a round Gelli plate; thank you for the chance!

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  49. I am happy to know a new way of working with Gelli Plate. It's a great idea! I'm going to try it out with my Gelli! I also hope to win!

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  50. wow, that was a fabulous video, Joan, you are da bomb. just watching you cut out the pieces of interfacing was fun, you are so creative!!! the results were stunning. I will definitely be trying out this technique!! thank you for sharing your creativity with us.

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  51. The outcomes are endless with the gelli plate! I love teaching others about this amazing activity. :)

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  52. OMG!! What a super cool technique!!! LOVE IT!!! Thank you so much for sharing!! Thanks also for the super giveaway...keeping my fingers crossed!!

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  53. I want it! It looks like something I can share where I volunteer teaching art to seniors and to children. Fun! Great idea with the pellon.

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  54. This is genius, seriously! Who would have thought? Thank you for the opportunity in the giveaway, I love the look from the round plate.

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  55. WOW, amazing, I'm speechless - LOVE this post!!! makes me want to go home and paint, feeling inspired!! thanks for sharing

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  56. This is amazing. I'm off to find my stabilizer and give it a go. Thank you so much for the generous chance to win product - I'd love to have a round plate and those yummy paints!

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  57. This is so cool. Thank You for the chance to win

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  58. We have been trying to expose our students to a variety of art mediums. This would be wonderful to have this opportunity to expand their world.

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  59. Looks like so much fun! I just made my first prints on my gelli plate and I'm addicted.

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  60. OK - WOW! I am picking up some Peltex the next time I'm out craft shopping. Those prints are spectacular!

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  61. Wow!!!! Really that is amazing! I have to try this one day!!! SOON!!!!!!! ~Kristi Matta

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  62. What an incredible idea! Going to try this one soon! Thanks.

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  63. This looks like so much fun! I'd love to give this a try with peltex - and am thinking that fun foam may work too.

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  64. I am definitely going to try this on my square gelli plate, too!

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  65. Wow! This prize looks amazing! Just found out about Gelli plates and have mine on order. Can't wait to play :)

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  66. Wow i absolutely love those prints, the depth on the pattern is amazing...thank you for sharing on how you achieved this and for such a fab-u-lous giveaway too which i would love the chance to win, thank you :)
    hugs and xxx
    Gemma

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  67. OMG...AWESOME!!!!! So very creative

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  68. What a fabulous technique! I love the prints you made from the texture plate.

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  69. Love the technique! Thanks for sharing :)

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  70. good technique I would not have thought to try. Thanks for the great videos.

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  71. Thanks for the giveaway. Would love to try this new technique.

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  72. I can hardly wait to try this! Thanks for the info.

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  73. Great idea, now I just need to try to cut some forms and ready to set... I still miss a round plate, it's on my wish list!

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  74. Wow, this has just sent my head spinning with idea possibilities. Headed to the studio to give this a try. I believe I have some peltex in there somewhere ..... ;-)

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  75. Heading to JoAnn's to buy some Peltex. This is such a great idea. Thank you for the demo.

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  76. What an awesome technique! Can't wait to try it.

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  77. Love this technique with Peltex and of course the round gelli plate is awesome, which I don't own yet, hope I win!!. Thanks for the chance to win this great giveaway!

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  78. Love this technique.. This round GP is awesome.. Hope to win!!

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  79. Loving my Hello and how you guys keep stretching the game with awesome new materials! Inspiring.my imagination and art practice! Thanks you!

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  80. Another awesome technique!! Thank you for sharing and for the opportunity to win!!

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  81. I've been interested in Gelli printing for quite some time. I look forward to experimenting and using the gel plate.

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  82. OMIGOD, this is so freekin' cool. I was googling and went to there, then to there, then to there and ended up here! I cannot wait to try this! Doing the happy dance! :-D

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  83. Wow - what a fantastic technique, looks great ..... and such a generous giveaway. Lin.
    mujaj@iinet.net.au

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  84. Can't wait to try this! Would love to try this with the round plate! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  85. Wow that is so cool - love the texture :-)
    ruthcahill@xtra.co.nz

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  86. What an interesting technique, I can't wait to try it. I love the Gelli plate, it is so mych fun!!

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  87. This is such an interesting project. I can't wait to give this a try.

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  88. What a great idea! And a chance to win a new round Gelli plate. woowoo!

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  89. What a wonderful giveaway, thanks for doing it. I hope I win. Love your Gelli products.

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  90. I love the dimension it gives! My mind is swirling with ideas...

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  91. I luv my gelli plate and now I need a round one. I will try this on the big while I await a round one! Great tutorial!

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  92. This is just the coolest!!! Now I want a round geli plate!!!!

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  93. I would so appreciate having one of these wonderful plates. thanks for the chance. Ruth

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  94. Excellent post - almost Art Deco feel to the plate!

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  95. Oh my giddyaunt; I have just spent the last hour looking through the posts and I am inspired and blown away with all the techniques and projects.Have been diddling about getting a plate and now after seeing everything will be getting one for sure :-) Thank you for the chance at your fantastic giveaway. Xxx

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  96. What a nifty idea! My heavy weight interfacing isn't that thick so I may need to scout around for some more. I always get excited when a new Gelli Arts blog post comes up on my reading list :)

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  97. What a great way to create wonderful textures and layering. Love every video you've done Joan. Thanks for another chance to win!

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  98. That sure is a great technique. Don't know if I can find Peltex in Australia...but I'll be looking.

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  99. I am just beginning to experiment with gelli printings! I love this blog!!

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  100. What an unusual technique, can't wait to try it!?, lissag123@verizon.net��

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  101. Love the technique and I'm not just saying that to try to get-the-give-away. although maybe I am because I rarely comment on blogs. but I do love the blog. and the gelli plates.

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  102. what a fun looking texture tech and a very cool package!

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  103. SO very cool! Would love to win!

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  104. What a clever technique. It looks great.

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  105. I love it! Love the textured look. What fun!

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  106. The gelli plate is my new obsession. I love the feeling you get as you turn the page over and discover what you just created!

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  107. Oh, I have to try this. Your samples are so neat. I just hope mine turn out half as good as yours. Thanks for sharing this technique.

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  108. I've enjoyed learning all the techniques you've shown, but this one is probably among my very top favorites! I love that 3-dimensional look! Thank you for this opportunity to win wonderful prizes....

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  109. I love gelli plates and monoprinting, and this technique is exciting. I may try some lace or textured materials in the mix of what goes on the plate. All sorts of ideas bubbling up in my head...

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  110. wow- WOW. The shading is amazing.

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  111. oh wow loving this beautiful technique, the results are amazing. Annette

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  112. What and AWESOME idea!!!!!! What will someone come up with next. I can not wait to try this.Thank you so much for sharing! COOL!!!!!

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  113. This is amazing! What an awesome process. Thanks for getting the mental cogs rolling!

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  114. i would love,love , love to win a round gelli plate--
    thanks for the chance to win one--

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  115. OK please put my name in the hat I have a square plate and it needs a friend. hope I win and if not congrats to who does. xxxo

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  116. Oh my gosh the prints on this video are just beautiful. Thank you for posting such a wonderful way to make prints. I would love to win this round gelli plate. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  117. Just when I think I've caught up on all the possibilities.... They are endless! Thanks for another chance to win and keep on creating!

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  118. Lovely effect--the line quality reminds me of Kandinsky's paintings. Now, if I could just get to my studio....! Thank you for sharing with us all of us.

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  119. Wow! 'Gelli Plating' is so much fun!!!

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  120. This is WAY cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! On the to-do list!!!

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  121. WOW what a great way to print. I love my plate and don't have a round one. This would make a great addition to my G.P. with all the goodies you're including. Also this would make an awesome birthday gift to me, since my birthday is Sat. Feb 22 LOL. Thanks for a wonderful opportunity to win and to expand my artistic endeavors.

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  122. Great texture and I love what you do overall with the gelli printmaking. Thank you for sharing both your techniques and enthusiasm.

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  123. I am in total awe of your designers. They always show me how to use materials in non-traditional ways. Can't wait to get started!!!

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  124. Dang! I won't be able to get to the store for Peltex before it closes! My head is so full of ideas it just may explode! Hurry up, Saturday!

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  125. Love your video tutorials and the infinite Gelli techniques!! :)

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  126. How awesome is that? Yup...too late for me to go to the store. Boo! Fantastic technique with such beautiful results! Love it. I sure would love to win the prize package!

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  127. I am always excited when I see Gelli Plate has a tutorial. They are fun and inventive each and every time. This video is no different and using some great products. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  128. I love your posts and ideas! This one might be my favorite one yet (until the next post).
    I really think the halo look is truly wonderful and so many possibilities. Your giveaways are the best. I love Gelli!
    ruby t

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  129. Love it! Love Gelli! There are so many good ideas here. Fantastic!

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  130. Awesome idea to create texture! I can't wait to try it. I would love to win your giveaway so I could try this technique right away!

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  131. I was just about to try something similar with thin craft foam and adhesive...I like this idea much better!

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  132. How ingenious to use this product to create texture on the gelli plate, I am going to have a play with this and have some fun with the outcomes, they do not always turn out like I expect them to, but that is the joy of working with the gelli plate, the results are always a WoW.
    Thank you for the chance to win this amazing give away.
    Smiles:)
    Sue

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  133. very cool idea. Many materials can be used for the texture plate building - from paper cardboard to foam sheets. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  134. This set would be awesome. I would love to win it for my son the artist.

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  135. I love my gelli, please enter me for the giveaway! YAY!

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  136. I actually gasped out loud when you pulled the first print with the white paint on the black paper. Very cool technique! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  137. What a brilliant idea to use the stabilizer for printing. All the videos are amazing on this site and I would love to win this giveaway and try for myself. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  138. Another fabulous technique to try! Thanks for the inspiration...

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  139. Just pulled my first print at a class with the wonderful Dina Wakley. I couldn't understand what was so special about the gelli. That is until I tried it. What an amazing tool. I would love to own one.

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  140. Wow, that was one of the most interesting and exciting Gelli techniques I have seen, thank you so much for sharing, I can't wait to have a go (I will have to see if I can source some Peltex in Australia, if not I will look for a substitute.)

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  141. Thank you for the constant stream of inspiration!

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  142. Really love playing with the Gelli Plate. Thanks for your inspiration and ideas!!

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  143. I can see everyone wants an opportunity to win this bootyliciousness. ME TOO! Sanna.

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  144. There seems to be no end of innovative Gelli plate techniques.

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  145. I hope I win this -my fourth graders would have a blast with this project, and it would make a great Mother's Day gift!

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  146. What a neat technique. The round gelli is on my wishlist.....fingers crossed. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  147. So cool! My kiddos would enjoy!

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  148. Thanks for the information on yet another technique for using the gelli plates. It would be wonderful to have a round one to play with. Thanks for the opportunity.

    marilyn

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  149. I have a gelli plate and would love to win a round gelli plate! Thanks for the chance to win m!

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  150. Oh my gosh, this is a fabulous technique, I love it, thank you so much!

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  151. I am so addicted to the Gelli Plate. I am going to buy some interfacing tomorrow...and will need more paper ...and definitely some of the DecoArt paint...the satin finish is great on the Gelli...so smooth! And definitely want another Gelli...so in other words...pick me!!!!

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  152. I am enchanted with the Gelli plate and this wonderful blog. I hope I win!

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  153. That's a fantastic technique!!! Thanks for sharing! ����

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  154. need to get to the fabric shop tomorrow. want to try this.

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  155. I love your technique! Can't wait to try it!!!!
    Jen

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  156. what a great idea layered textured using Pelion. what next? love my gelli plates all three of them. can't wait to try this technique

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  157. This is a wonderful tutorial. I would have never thought to use that material for a template. The raised surface you created would also be great to do rubbings with. The idea might also translate to a rectangle to be used with a sizzix like an embossing folder.

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  158. Thank you for sharing a really fascinating technique! I am new to Gelli Printing - I've just got my first one and have yet to try it. It looks like there is much potential though and each print will be quite unique. I can't wait to try this now! Thanks for the chance to win too :)

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  159. What a great tutorial and amazing results.

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  160. As soon as I seen the entry Wow!!! had to check it out to see what you had done. It is never ending to what the Geli plate can produce by the creative minds that use them. Thanks for sharing, may have to have a go at this. Hmmm will need a round plate. Haha
    Cheers and thanks again!!!

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  161. Wow. This is awesome. I have just discovered Gelli plates and I love the results. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  162. I just love this tecnique! And I have to buy a round Gelli plate!

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  163. Another great technique to try, thank you for sharing. I have just been playing around with the "slide" technique and love the effects you get with that too. Have a 6x6 gelli and got a 10x8 for xmas but still NEED the round one

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  164. This is right up my street! So many new possibilties with this idea.... this means playing, WOW! TFS...

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  165. So many great ideas on here. thanks for the chance to win this fabulous prize

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  166. Wow that looks amazing. I only got my gelli plate recently and I love it.

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  167. I've just found this fantastic blog! Wow!!! I think I will be drooling over it all day!

    Thank you so much for the chance to win this wonderful prize. :-)

    Love Joan x

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  168. What fun!!! I love my Gelli plates!!!

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  169. Amazing work! I will have to try it! Thanks, Joan!

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  170. The 3D effects are really interesting. I wonder if funky foam would give the same result?

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  171. Saw the video and went immediately to the shop to get me some stabilizer, can't wait to make a texture plate and play with it on my gelli plate.

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  172. Love, love, love new ideas and supplies!

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  173. Always interested in new Gelli ideas!

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  174. Another GREAT IDEA! Your creativity always amazes me

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  175. Love, love, love, my gelliplate and all these great ideas ! Have been playing with the thin foam sheets but need to try this!

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  176. Another great idea that is easy to do! Can't wait to try it!

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  177. What a great tip on the fusible interfacing. It renders a texture almost like felt--just beautiful.

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  178. I am amazed by the many different materials you come up with to use.I hope to get lucky!

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  179. I absolutely LOVE the texture this technique gives!! I would have never thought to build up a texture plate using the fusing!

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  180. WOW! I am loving what i am learning from here :)

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  181. I LOVE my Gelli Plate, and a round one looks awesome! What a great giveaway! Thanks!

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  182. This is an awesome technique! Love the prints! Winner Winner chicken dinner! Heading to my gelli plate right now! ��

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  183. Whuaaa, want to have this, please! Absolute awesome technique. Can't wait to try it...... And by the way: great blog, thank you!

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  184. This looks so very cool! Love the results. I've been wanting a gelli plate for a long time, and maybe I'll be lucky enough to win this package. If not, I'll be ordering one soon. I can't wait to play! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  185. what a wonderful giveaway - I already have the 6" square and 8"x10" plate but would love to add the round one to my stable, and have a go at creating one of these texture plates, this might be my favourite of your technique videos yet!

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  186. Omg what a great give away. And that peltex stuff.... I want it i want it i want it. I hope it is available in the Netherlands. Since i have the smallest gelli plate i am saving my money for a bigger one.

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  187. Printing with Gelli Arts is create your own creation!

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