Friday, April 18, 2014

Gelli™ Printing Faux Chine Collé

Chine collé is a printmaking technique where lightweight paper is adhered to heavier paper as it's passed through a press with an inked plate. The result is a print on a collage. Watch this video to see how this process can be adapted for Gelli printing!


If you'd like to print on fragile vintage papers, brittle book pages, or thin, delicate papers that may tear — this is your technique! 


Here's the basic process:

1. Prepare a collage of your lightweight paper by adhering thin papers to a piece of heavy paper with matte medium, PVA, or your favorite paper adhesive. When the collage is dry, you're ready for printing.

2. Roll paint into a thin layer onto the Gelli plate with a brayer, then add textures and marks in the wet paint.

3. Place your collaged paper onto the gel plate, rub to transfer the paint, and pull your print.


Tips:

• The papers need to have a good bond, so glue stick is not recommended as it doesn't always hold. 

• Smooth paper, such as bristol, hot press watercolor paper and mixed media sketchbook 
pages will all do a great job here. Printmaking papers, such a Stonehenge or Rives BFK, are excellent choices.

• Masks and stencils are particularly effective, as they create a barrier between the paint and paper, preserving areas of the collage from being covered with paint. Ghost prints pulled on collaged paper can make beautiful prints.

• Use transparent paints where you want the collaged papers to show through.

• Opaque paints can be used to block out areas of the collaged paper, giving the print a very different look.

• You can print multiple layers and build up colors and complexity in your print. 


Try this:

For great results, try this process using stencils and two (or more) colors of slow-drying paint. The objective is to print the ghost image on the collage paper:

1. Roll a thin layer of slow-drying paint onto the gel plate with a brayer. 

2. Cover the plate with a stencil. 

3. Cover with thin paper, such as deli paper or copy paper. Press into the holes and pull the print. 

4. With the stencil still in place on the gel plate, roll a contrasting color of slow-drying acrylic paint over the stencil with a brayer. 

5. Again, cover with thin paper, such as copy paper or deli paper. Press lightly and pull the print. 

6. Remove the stencil. 

7. Place your collaged paper on the plate, rub and pull the print. This is a chine collé print!


Experiment with layers of paint and stencils and see the different and interesting results you can achieve when printing on collaged paper! So much fun!!


For more examples, please take a look at this older blog post: "Something Borrowed", and 
check out the slideshow video of faux chine collé prints. There's no tutorial there, just prints. And hopefully, a little inspiration!!


FYI: Materials used in this video:
  • Stencils and Masks ( The Crafter's Workshop, Stencil Girl, Green Pepper Press, Tim Holtz). The 'bee' mask was cut from Graphix Edge Stencil Film on a Silhouette Cameo — from a clip art design)
  • Vintage book text, newspaper, maps, sheet music
  • Various 'found' textures 

This Contest is officially CLOSED

This months Gelli Arts blog giveaway winner (random number generator 179) is Anne Siciliano! I felt like I was the winner when I found her facebook page.... gorgeous artwork! Congrats to Anne and we hope she shares her good fortune with us by sharing her Gelli artwork!

 And now for our fabulous giveaway - a kit with materials especially selected for experimenting with this technique!



The fabulous giveaway includes:

  • 1 - 8"x10" Gelli Arts Gel Printing Plate
  • 1 - Speedball 4" soft rubber Pop-in Brayer
  • 1 - 4 oz. jar of Golden OPEN Acrylic paint - Quinacridone/ Nickel Azo Gold
  • 1 - 4 oz. jar of Golden OPEN Acrylic paint - Quinacridone Magenta
  • 1 - 4 oz. jar of Golden OPEN Acrylic paint - Ultramarine Blue
  • 1 - 8 oz. jar of Golden Soft Gel Medium (matte)
  • 1 - Stonehenge Pad - 9”x12” - 15 sheets - 100% Cotton - 250 GSM

To enter to win, all you need to do is leave a comment here on the blog. Comments will be accepted until Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 at 12noon EST. One lucky winner will be selected at random on April 22nd and announced here on the blog and on our Facebook page no later than April 22nd at 5 pm EST

Good Luck and Happy Printing!

This Contest is officially CLOSED


613 comments:

  1. I continue to be amazed at all the applications possible with the Gelli plate! Many thanks for taking the time to share your explorations with all of us. Needless to say, I would be ecstatic to be the recipient of your giveaway!

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  2. This is just about the coolest craft ever!!! I can't wait to get my first gelli plate and create!!! Love it, love it, love it! Kay :-)

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  3. What a cool process. Love my Gelli Plate and there seems to be no end to the ways that you can use it. These papers are beautiful. They look frame worthy just as you have made them

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  4. AMAZING- can't wait to try this!

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  5. Another great technique! There are so many fabulous uses for the Gelli Plate! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  6. omg!!! i would so love to win this package...i have watched all things Gelli Plate printing. and am kinda jealous because i dont own on and cannot afford to purchase one right now...i want to PLAY!!! please pick me :) thanks

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  7. Great inspiration on this cold, wet Friday! I'm going upstairs to pull out my Gelli and paints now!

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  8. Very cool and informative at the same time! Thanks for posting.

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  9. The chine colle is a great idea, and I really like how you have used the stencils to make crisp blocks. I need to retire so I can spend more time creating! Thank you for sharing your enthusiasm.

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  10. The world is your oyster when you have a Gelli Plate!

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  11. what a great technique - and fab giveaway..thanks xx

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  12. a beautiful technique and beautiful papers. Thanks for sharing. Would love to try this.

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  13. I'm all over this one - love the technique, and the results! And it's perfect for those vintage papers I can't bear to leave out of my work.

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  14. My Gelli plates have become my BFFs! So many ideas..bends my mind. Thanks for the great supply offer..

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  15. Awesome giveaway! Would love to win this!!

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  16. I love it! I can't wait to try this technique. Thanks for all the awesomeness!

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  17. It would be awesome to win. My art quilt group would have a great time playing with all of the goodies.

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  18. Another technique I'm gonna try right away ! What I would like to try, too, is the Golden Open Acrylics ...

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  19. I love to use old pages of text and this video has me very inspired.

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  20. This looks like a fabulous technique!! I cannot wait to give this a try! Thanks for sharing the technique and offering another giveaway!!

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  21. These are great tutorials! I love learning more fun things to do with my Gelli Plate!

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  22. Great technique, definitely going to have a go.

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  23. I'm not sure there is any end to the techniques possible with a gelliplate! Especially love the collage technique shown here.

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  24. Super excited about this one. I know what I am doing today!

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  25. I love he use of the deli paper, too, great prints, thanks for posting the video!

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  26. Love, love, love the Gelli plate! This technique looks like so much fun, especially using the old papers. Need to try the open Golden paints, they will give me more time to design the layout:-)

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  27. Oh, I wish I was at home, I so want to try this. Loved the tips and the tutorial. Can't wait to play tonight. And thanks so much for the opportunity to win that awesome prize pkg. :)

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  28. Such a great technique! I think I would DIE if I won this giveaway. I own the 6 x 6 plate, but not the larger size. Thanks for making an amazing product, and thanks for the chance to win!

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  29. As always, a completely new, innovative, and GORGEOUS technique. The results are out of this world beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway. I know what I'll be doing later. Everyone have a great weekend. =)

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  30. I look forward to trying this out with some vintage prints I have. Love Gelli Print ideas. Great spring activities!!!!!

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  31. This is a lovely technique !
    Would LOVE to win this giveaway sooo much :)

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  32. My comment went away. I am very interested in this. Someone told me about this technique and I am looking forward to learning about it. I think my students would love this!

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  33. Oh goodie, something new to try.

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  34. I think this is one of my favorite techniques. I would love to win this kit; however, just seeing what can be done is such a treat. Thanks so much

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  35. Wow, thank you for yet another superb and inspirational video, it just amazes me that all this can be achieved using the Gelli Plate! My creative juices are really fired up now, I would love to start creating, so to win this outstandingly generous giveaway would be a dream come true for me. Thank you for sharing the techniques and for the opportunity to win an awesome prize x Jan x

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  36. What an amazing effect. It is amazing what you can achieve with the jelly plate. I love making prints with my stencils as they give fantastic results that are different every time. I would love to win this bundle as it would allow me to do so much more with my gelli plate.

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  37. I love this technique! Didn't know what it was called, but I've been using it without intentionally knowing it had a name! Would love to win this prize so I have an extra plate to use for teaching classes! Thanks for the chance to win an awesome prize pack...and Thanks for the tutorial!

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  38. This technique is wonderful! Can't wait to try it. The give away is awesome, I would love to have the chance to win. Love the Gelli!

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  39. Love this Gelli technique; looking forward to playing with these products in the near future! :D

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  40. Thanks for the tutorial. This process has so much potential in creations. Thanks for the chance to win the materials!

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  41. Oh wow, what a lot of juicy fun! Thanks for the opportunity to win this set of goodies!

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  42. I cannot wait to try this! Very cool!

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  43. Oh My Goodness! Just when I think I have used up all my Gelli Plate ideas THIS fabulousness appears! I LOVE THIS! I can't wait to try it! Thank you - your videos are always a great source of inspiration!

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  44. Wonderful techniques! thanks for the inspiration!!

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  45. Very cool! Can't wait to play. :)

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  46. You always send my mind spinning! So many things to try...so little time!

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  47. This is fabulous! Thank you for all the great techniques! It is so inspiring!

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  48. All my art stuff is packed up for our move next week. When we get to our new place this will be the first thing I try out. THANK YOU Joan for a great product and for all the many techniques you demo so well. Fingers crossed I might win this time!!

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  49. Keep the fabulous ideas coming!! I love it all! Thank you for another chance to win your amazing products!

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  50. Amazing Gelli Plate technique. Can't wait to give it a whirl.
    Thanks for the chance to win such a fantastic prize pack.

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  51. Oh my goodness! Guess what I will be doing after the gym :) Thank you for your continued inspirational videos. Love them.

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  52. Wonderful technique and I love the colour combinations you used! Thanks!

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  53. Have been collecting old papers for just such a technique to go with collages I want to make. Would love to win the Golden acrylics! Will have to try this soon.

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  54. Love this. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  55. I love the look of this process. What a lovely way to incorporate collage with the Gelli. I would dearly love to win this give away! Thank you for the opportunity to be part of this drawing and for sharing this awesome technique. :)

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  56. Another amazing technique! Thanks so much for the chance to win this great prize!

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  57. Loved the video, will try the technique (when I win the Gelli Plate and paints).lol Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  58. Love the technique! Incredible giveaway!! I never win them, but this one I'd love to have.

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  59. I really like this technique! Trying it soon!

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  60. Looks like a fun technique to try! Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  61. This is a wonderful tutorial with lovely art.

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  62. Amazing techniques! LOVE IT!

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  63. I love the way you use a gelli plate. I picked up the round one yesterday, hope to play with it this weekend!

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  64. I think Elizabeth Barrett Browning said it best..."How do I love thee, let me count the ways...." This is how I feel about my Gelli plate...love it in so many ways...and continue to learn more ways to use it. Thank you Gelli Arts for more inspiration!!

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  65. I may never leave my studio! I love Gelli printing and old papers, so this is just a perfect technique to try. The prints are just gorgeous! Thanks for the inspiration (and instructions!) and the give-away!

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  66. I never tire of watching gelli print videos! There's always something fun and creative that I haven't yet thought to apply to my own crafts!

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  67. Thank you for sharing this wonderful technique! I would love to win the great prize!

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  68. wow, your thinking cap is on all the time, you are amazing. love to watch and learn

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  69. I've been wanting to try Gelli
    printing over some of my collages. Now that I've seen this technique I'm definitely going to do it !!!! Love this effect !

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  70. This is a wonderful technique! I love the layers created by the collaged materials and the paint. Such texture!

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  71. This looks like a fun technique! Thanks for sharing it and thanks for the chance to win a great give away.
    Susan Libertiny

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  72. I always enjoy watching your videos and inspirational ideas. Love how this technique looks with the vintage papers.

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  73. Simply fabulous. I never get tired of playing with my gelli plate! He make me happy!!

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  74. I love the versatility of the Gelli Plate. I want to try every technique out there.

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  75. What a fabulous technique that I can't wait to try!!! Thanks for the chance to win this fabulous prize!!

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  76. Time to clear some time and space for trying this out. Very cool.

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  77. Fabulous technique video!!! Would love to try out some of these. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  78. What a great technique. Love it. But, it is made to look so easy.

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  79. Oh no, I just put my gelli plate away :o(

    Excellent excuse to get it out again tomorrow then I guess!!!!

    Sam xx

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  80. Please send me some gelli goods.to go with my jelly beans! :)

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  81. I would love to get painty-ed,gelli-ed,color-ed with these supplies!

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  82. Love this look! I shall have to play with this technique!

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  83. We'll have to try this method. :)
    rlam at umn dot edu

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  84. This is a cool idea, love the results you can achieve with it. Thanks for the tutorial and the great give away!

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  85. I love my Gelli plate! Thanks for providing all of this great inspiration!

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  86. You continue to blow me away with the Gelli Plate. Each video makes me want to jump up and run for my brayer. Gelli is a constant source of inspiration for new ideas and possibilities.
    I can't wait to see what you do next.

    Thank you so much for making things bright and shiny!

    Sharon @ jazztangled.blogspot.com

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  87. Great idea -- I love the layered look!

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  88. I am a paper hoarder this will be a great technique to use all the small delicate pieces I have collected. I like to use rice paste for gluing too! Fingers are crossed to win this super giveaway!

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  89. Another winner! The possibilities seem endless :) Can't wait to try!

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  90. great idea and so long to try this fab idea out. Happy Easter, Annette x

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  91. Very very cool! I would love to win and try this out :)

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  92. ANOTHER innovative technique! Can't wait to try this one!

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  93. Thanks for continuing to educate us all on the different techniques that can be used with the Gelli plates - I sure hope I get lucky because I can't wait to try this!

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  94. I have lots of old papers I would love to give this a try.

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  95. Oh, I love this technique! I will try it today and hope for the best with my golden fluid acrylics. Thanks for the video and examples. <3

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  96. I would love to experiment with this technique if I win the giveaway! What wonderful goodies!

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  97. You have the most delightful ideas! I look forward to your videos and can't wait to try the techniques. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  98. Who needs to clean for the holiday...I'm Gelli Printing!!!

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  99. Oh my, what a fabulous give-away! Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  100. This would be idyllic for preparing a background to Zentangle on.

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  101. I love this technique and would love to try it. Fingers and toes crossed

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  102. Oh I can't wait to try these techniques!!!

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  103. I'm so addicted to Gelli and so are my students!

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  104. I love this technique!!! So subtle, yet I find it intriguing by the results produce. Draws ones eye into the depth of layers. Thanks for all the videos!!!

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  105. so much fun! Look forward to trying it and lots of other techniques you've posted…

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  106. Wow, what amazing inspiration today! I really need to get out those book pages and other stuff and play! Thank you for the chance to win too! xx

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  107. I absolutely love the gelli plate. And there is no end to what can be done with it. I dont know how I ever made paper for my collages s before I fou d the gelli plate.

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  108. I am overflowing with inspiration when I watch your videos. They simply are the BEST!!!

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  109. Leslie Walker Kallen (fb)April 18, 2014 at 2:29 PM

    This is so cool!! I'd love to win this package so I can try it out.
    Keep the good stuff coming!

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  110. So much fun, running to the art room to play and try this new technique. Thanks for sharing!

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  111. thanks so much, great techniques..

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  112. your tutorials always inspire, and teach me so much--
    thanks for the give away--

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  113. I just learned about your product by surprise while researching mixed media. I am new to art and would be very excited to try out your products and post my review so I hope I win. :) Joyce Adams

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  114. Can't wait to try this out! Just my style! Thanks for all the ideas.

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  115. Fantastic video as always, can't wait to try it, I'm learning so much and thank you for the chance to be in this draw, all fingers and toes are crossed :-)

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  116. Another great technique! Thank you. Will give this one a try.

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  117. I have watched sever YouTube videos featuring the Gelli Art Plate! I just love it and the colors and textures you can get from it! It's been on my wish list! Thanks for the chance to win this great giveaway! :)

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  118. The 25th of April is my 50th birthday, this prize pack would be the perfect gift, I could finally have all the items to experiment and learn how to do my very own Gellie prints, following your step by step ideas. How could I go wrong ? Best of luck to all and Congratulations to the lucky winner Best Of Luck Jayne X

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  119. Oh wow! How fun and different!!! It would be something to win this prize and get to try that out myself. :) Thanks for being so awesome!

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  120. Thank you for sharing. You make it look so easy.

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  121. Another fabulous video. Eager to try this with some of my tissue/deli paper clean ups.

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  122. This is just a fantastic idea. Can't wait to try it out for myself!

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  123. Great technique, I love paper collages, I am going to try it out for sure. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  124. Fabulous techniques!
    Thank you for an awesome giveaway!

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  125. Thanks so much for sharing all these awesome tips and techniques. Thank you for sharing a giveaway with us too. I hope I get a chance to play with my Gelli Art plate this weekend!!

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  126. Our teen Sunday school class loved trying out the Gelli Plate - it would be great to win the giveaway!

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  127. Love see all the possibilities the gelli plate process has to offer.

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  128. I'm abuzz with ideas for using some pages of old books!

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  129. ooh, not good odds but I guess a prize happens just with the info and tutorial. Thanks!

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  130. I really want to have a go at this, sounds great fun! Would love to win the giveaway so i can experiment and play!! ;)

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  131. Wow! what a cool technique. I love anything and everything Gelli. Can't wait to try this with my Gelli.

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  132. As a fiber artist/quilter/painter I would love to win this fabulous prize!

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  133. This looks like such a fun technique!!!

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  134. The ever versatile gelli plate, another great technique! Thanks for sharing and the giveaway.

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  135. Yet another great article and wonderful give away! :)

    :) Linda

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  136. FABulous technique! And what an amazing giveaway!

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  137. I never thought about using the plates with techniques like this before- VERY cool!

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  138. (I sincerely hope this isn't a repeat comment...my phone and I seem to be arguing!)
    I spent my morning at work mentally picking out papers that I could try this technique with on my little plate!! Thanks for the opportunity at such a fabulous giveaway!! (that large plate has been on my wish list for a while!!)

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  139. yet another wonderful new tech. to use with our gelli plates! thanks :)

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  140. Wow to both the video and giveaway!
    Evelyne Carlen

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  141. ooh - something else to try with my gelli plates!!! :)

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  142. Thank you so much for sharing this technique. Just gorgeous!

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  143. Ooh, how lovely. Please enter my name for the giveaway!

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  144. Wonderfol give away I would love to win it.

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  145. I love thee giveaways! I keep commenting and trying to win. Someone has to win.

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  146. What a fabulous technique, I can't wait to try it.

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  147. I love this idea! Would love to win!

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  148. This is sooo good, would love to win this!!! Thank you for the fabulous giveaways!!!

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  149. What a fabulous giveaway. Thank you and thanks for the inspiration.

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  150. That is a cool technique! And I too would love to win.

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  151. This is such a beautiful technique! You make it look so easy! Such talent. Love the videos!

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  152. Would love to work with these wonderful tools, something new and different for me. Your kindness and generosity in this offer are very much appreciated!

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  153. Thanks so much for this tutorial - I would love to give it a try!

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  154. Beautiful technique -gelli plates are the best

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  155. This is so cool...and I so would love to win these fabulous products and have so much fun playing with them...these are on my wish list...tfs

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  156. What a fascinating video! I shall have to try this technique as the results are stunning! Thank you for the chance to win a generous prize too :)

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  157. Thank you for sharing with us! Love when more inspiration grows for a product. Great videos! <3 hugs

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  158. What a fantastic video! Can't wait to try this thanks!

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  159. Awesome, thanks for such an inspiring technique!

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  160. This looks like a really great technique. I would love to win.
    Lauren
    lalaharps@comcast.net

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  161. Thanks looks like a great tip....really inspiring

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  162. Fantastic technique! Thank you for the chance! Have a very Happy Easter Karen x

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  163. There seems to be no end to the applications of this fabulous art tool! Thank you so much for the continuous stimulations. I would love to win the kit!

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  164. Love the two-tone effect you get by brayering over the stencil. Must give that one a try!

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  165. that is such a cool technique... i would love to win so i could try it.... would make an awesome birthday gift since my birthday is the 22nd :)

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  166. I've got to try this technique. Awesome. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  167. I would love a chance to win. I've been watching all the cool stuff you can do with Gelli plates and want to get my hands on one. =)

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  168. This is the first time I have heard of this method and am itching to try it! Great contest with cool products!

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  169. You always make the process look so easy:) - Heidi

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  170. I do love a Gelli demo! Thanks for all the great ideas! Keep them coming!

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  171. Love it. I will definitely be trying that!

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  172. Such a great video.I have many friends that use this product and they love it.I have this on my wish list to get one day.So thanks for the chance to win and awesome video.Have a wonderful Easter:)xo

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  173. I went to bed with the video then I was too stimulated to sleep

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  174. You have some amazing images here ... and lots of ideas that I'll be trying out in my next gelli session. Thank you.

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  175. It's kind of printing is new to me. I've had such calling trying out different techniques. It will be always on my desktop to use on whim.

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  176. Thank you for the new ideas and great techniques. I will have to try some of this out.

    tterzaghi@ironbay.com

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  177. I'm in love with this technique!! Absolutely beautiful!

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  178. What a super video. I can't wait to try it!
    Annie

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  179. Each post keep getting better and better! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  180. I am so ready to win my own Gellli Plate. I read all of the techniques tutorials, now all I need is something to practice them on. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  181. Clever and cool! Can't wait to try it!!

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  182. Will be trying these great tips, I hope!

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  183. WOW, you have the best give-a-way prizes! I cannot wait to try this new technique on my Gelli Plate. Hopefully my #199 comment will be my lucky number. Thanks.

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  184. I love this technique. Thanks so much for the great tutorial. I use a homemade gelatin plate and would absolutely love to have a Gelli Plate - then I could check another thing off my bucket list.

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