Thursday, July 24, 2014

Gelli™ Printing on Nonwoven Fusible Interfacing

Printing on a different substrate is a great way to change things up. Watch this video and get inspired to create Gelli prints on nonwoven fusible interfacing!




Nonwoven interfacing is a wonderful material for Gelli printing! It looks similar to dryer sheets, and its intended purpose is to add extra body to fabric. But it takes paint beautifully! And the heat-activated adhesive makes it so easy to incorporate printed pieces into your mixed media art.



The top piece in the next picture shows the adhesive (shiny) side. The piece underneath it is the 'right' side—the side we print on (non-shiny side). They're placed on a black and white image to show the beautiful translucent quality of this interfacing. 




The samples here are all printed on Pellon® (808 Craft-Fuse®) — but any smooth nonwoven interfacing should work well. Nonwoven interfacing comes in a variety of weights. You can buy it by the yard then cut it into pieces ready for printing. 




What are the advantages of printing on nonwoven interfacing, you may be wondering? 

Well... the nonwoven fiber surface prints beautifully, it's super-easy to cut with scissors or a rotary cutter, the material is soft and easy to sew, doesn't fray, and adds strength when fused to paper — an especially good thing when adding stitching by hand or machine on paper. Also, it has a translucent quality making it wonderful for layering over previous prints, text or images! It's an excellent collage material for paper or fabric projects...and great for adding printed elements to painted works on canvas or board!



Begin by cutting your interfacing into pieces for printing. It makes things easy if you do this ahead of time, so you're ready for printing. I pre-cut the interfacing used in the video into 9"x12" pieces — perfect for printing on the large 12"x14" Gelli plate!



The printing process is the same as it is for paper. The one difference is that the paint on the gel plate can bleed through the back of the interfacing as you print. So I recommend using a cover sheet to keep your hands and print clean. A piece of blank newsprint paper, copy paper or deli paper works great as a cover sheet.

You'll also find that printing on interfacing calls for heavier application of paint on your Gelli plate.



Here are the steps for printing:
  1.  Apply paint to the Gelli plate and roll out with a brayer.
  2.  Make your marks in the wet paint. 
  3.  Place a piece of the fusible non-woven interfacing on the plate with the shiny side UP.
  4.  Place a cover sheet over the interfacing and rub with your hands to transfer the paint.
  5.  Remove the cover sheet, then pull your print!
  6.  If there's enough paint remaining on the plate, pull a ghost print.




You can print on interfacing in layers, just as you do on paper. Use your favorite stencils, masks, combs and other texture tools. Or if you prefer, take a painterly approach.



Once you've created prints on fusible non-woven interfacing you have many options for using them. The prints are perfect for paper or fabric collage, so consider cutting them into pieces and fusing to other artworks. If you have a die-cutting machine...you might try cutting them into different shapes!



If you're looking for a good substrate to fuse your prints to... how about those papers you use to roll off paint from your brayer. They're perfect for collage! Cut up some interfacing prints and fuse some pieces right onto the painted papers for a quick and gratifying mixed media experience! Add stitching! Add doodling! Add embellishments! Fun!



Colored pencils, NeoColorII crayons, Inktense pencils and fabric pens are among the fun ways to work further on nonwoven interfacing prints!



To fuse the interfacing to paper or fabric, follow the manufacturer's directions. Place parchment paper on your ironing surface to protect it, then place the substrate and fusible pieces on it. Cover the whole thing with parchment paper to protect your iron. Press to fuse. Easy!

If your interfacing isn't fusible — no problem. After you make your prints you can easily iron a layer of fusible (such as Wunder-Under or Misty Fuse — or your favorite fusible webbing) to your interfacing prints and they're ready to fuse to another substrate. Or, simply use gel medium or your favorite collage adhesive.




Printing on non-woven interfacing is a process that can send you into a creative frenzy! So many possibilities!




FYI— Materials used in the video include the following:

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326 comments:

  1. This sounds great. I can use fabric paint and add prints to quilts and other fabric items.

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  2. Another great video and its just full of ideas to use any of the Gelli plates with.

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  3. Fusing prints to paper prints: great ideas for mail art and journal covers!

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  4. How interesting! So many great ideas for uses with the wonderful Gelli Plate!

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  5. Another Gelli-great idea! Keep 'em coming! Love all the inspiration.

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  6. great idea - will be a terrific idea for totes/bags

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  7. I love these ideas! They are so pretty.

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  8. Definitely loving this idea!

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  9. What fun - and now I know what to do with that fusing I bought for another project that didn't work well...hurray!

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  10. I love this, can't wait to give it a go, thanks!

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  11. I'm blown away.. again. Just when you think you've done it all with the Gelli. Nope. Thanks for the chance.

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  12. What an awesome effect!!

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  13. You always give great ideas love this one. Thanks

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  14. I see so many fun and exciting creations on this site! Thanx for sharing!

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  15. When I think you can't come up with another use for the Gelli, you do. Love this, can't wait to try it.

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  16. Thank you for the tip about using a tad more paint when using the interfacing, i love to experiment with fabric and interfacings and this looks like it could be quite addictive:-) xxx

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  17. What a crazy, awesome idea! Have to give this a try... :)

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  18. What a great idea! Tomorrow I will be pulling out my interfacing and doing some experimenting! Love your blog and all the great ideas to make sure we all get the most out of our gelli plates! Would love to own the big one - fantastic for fabric...

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  19. Oh yes, I'm definitely loving this idea! I'll be trying it very soon! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial.

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  20. I am so excited about using a Gelli plate. I have only been doing mixed media art for a few months now and just love it. I am like a sponge soaking up all I can and learning all kinds of tecniques.

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  21. What a great idea! And so many applications!

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  22. This is another great idea for adding depth to mixed media work.

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  23. What a great idea! I will definitely try this! Thanks for the great ideas.

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  24. Great idea! I wouldn't have thought of using fusible interfacing but it's wonderful. Thank you for the video.

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  25. Ooooh! This is gonna change my fibre art!!!! thanks!

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  26. I never would have thought to try fusible interfacing. What a great idea!

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  27. I just love your videos and find them so creatively stimulating :-)

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  28. What a great idea - thanks !

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  29. I love this!!! I am definitely going to try it! Thanks for all the awesome creative ideas that I myself would not be able to think of!

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  30. Great demo, thanks so much!

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  31. I love it when someone comes up with something new to make Gelli Prints on. And this might turn out to be my favorite. What gorgeous designs!!

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  32. Fabulous video I've been watching your creations with gelli plates for some time now on here and on facebook.

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  33. Looks like fun...can't wait to try it!!

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  34. Fabulous idea with excellent instructions! So many ideas to try with this technique. Thank you for this generous giveaway.

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  35. What a fabulous idea!

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  36. I was just looking at my used dryer sheets, and thinking about trying this
    Thanks for the great instructions

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  37. I am so inspired by all the ideas I have been watching here - I teach HS Art and can't wait to introduce Gelli plate printing to them

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  38. 12x14 looks awesome! I have the 8x10 and the 5x7, but one day I hope to have EVERY size!!

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  39. LOVE this technique....I'm thinking a tote bag will be my 1st project. Thanks for the great tutorial!!!

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  40. Wow I love the idea of ironing directly onto a page and being able to stitch into it, what a fantastic idea, can't wait to have a go at this one.

    Thanks sooooo much for the fab idea xxx

    Oh and I wouldn't mind a bit if I had to find space for a 12 x 14 plate - lol

    Sam xx

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  41. I just love this and need to try it!!! thanks for sharing!!!

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  42. Great idea & so many possibilities. I want to use it in quilt making and scrapbooking.

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  43. Beautiful results! I'd love to use this technique!

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  44. Oh, the possibilities; if only I weren't on my way out the door to a meeting -- I'd rather be trying this out.

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  45. Love this technique, can't wait to try it, thanks!

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  46. That's pretty cool, I look forward to trying that out!

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  47. Thanks for another idea forthe Gelli Plate! I love all this creativity - really gets the gears moving ;)

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  48. Oh WOW! Must give this a go! Love all the ways we can use our Gelli Arts - Gel Printing Plate! Thanks for the chance to win the ultimate dream prize!

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  49. would love, love, love to win a giant gelli plate--
    thanks for the give away--

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  50. Another great tutorial!!! Love the painterly effects...and large size Gelli Plate.

    Question: Did you try this technique with acrylic brands other than Liquitex and Amsterdam, and how did they behave?

    Keep up the good work!

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  51. Such yummy results...trying it today! Mahalo for another great idea!

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  52. Can't wait to get back to school and have students indulge, they are fearless. This looks like too much fun!

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  53. What a great technique. I'm thinking of fabric books and quilts. Can't wait to give it a try.

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  54. What a great post & video! This is definitely making me want the larger plate... and the classroom set, so I can pass some of these ideas on to my students!

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  55. wow oh wow! I have to run out an get some to play with this weekend.

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  56. Would love to win this. I have been trying out the techniques using a foam sheet. No one in my area has even heard of a gelli plate. Congratulations to whomever wins . Great giveaway!! Thanks for all the videos. I have learned so much.

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  57. Thanks for the idea! Gonna try it right now!

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  58. Gelli Plates are AWESOME! Would love to win the "big" one! Thanks for the opportunity to win :)

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  59. Thank you for sharing these wonderful Gelli prints! I would love to try them and make some covers for my art journals!

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  60. Thanks for sharing more ideas and for the chance to win one of your wonderful Gelli plates.

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  61. That is an amazing tutorial, I cannot wait to try it!! Fantastic giveaway too!

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  62. Looking forward to trying this one!

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  63. I can't wait to try this! Awesome tutorial and inspiration!
    Trish
    Rdnckgrl64@cfl.rr.com

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  64. Oh my, I can see that this would be very addicting (in a good way) and I would love to have a large gelli plate. I have the smaller one and have not used it yet! But I'm heading back to my studio right now to try it out! Also will be ordering the interface paper! Thanks for the fantastic tutorial.

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  65. A great idea. I'll give it a try tomorrow. Why did I not think of it before ;-)) ??

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  66. another great technique to try!!

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  67. Fun! Fun! Fun! Can't wait to try this. The colors are so vibrant.

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  68. I've been making a lot of tote bags lately and this technique is just what I needed to add some Gelli printing to my creations. Thank you for always being such an amazing source of inspiration and education.

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  69. Thank you for something else to try out and add to my classes.

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  70. Wow ! Another medium to use on my Gelli..... Off to Fabricana !

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  71. What a wonderful idea. I get so much inspiration from your blog! Thanks!

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  72. Great Tutorial, can't wait to try this!
    Thank you for the detailed instructions!

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  73. Great tips and inspiration! TFS

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  74. Another really inspiring tutorial with great ways of using the gelli plate!

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  75. Thank you for this idea... hadn't thought of using interfacing for gelliping. :-)

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  76. another wonderful technique to try - thanks for sharing !!

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  77. Inspiring and fun, can't wait to try it!

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  78. Love what you have created and I especially love that you frequently come up with new ideas that can be printed on using the Gelli Plate! Thank you for the chance Karen xx

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  79. Great ideas. Love learning these new things.

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  80. OMG. I'm new to the Gelli Plate family and can't get enough of it. It's so amazing what can be done with it. Love this idea. Thanks for the creative jump starts you give me.

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  81. What a great way to add stitching! I always worried that stitching would perforate the paper too much.

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  82. As usual a clever use of interesting materials . Thank you again for your marvelous suggestions.

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  83. Great video, great ideas. Love it.

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  84. Thanks! I will be trying this soon! I will never win a giveaway...but thanks for the opportunity anyway!

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  85. This looks like fun. I can't wait to try it.

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  86. Awesome! I love Gelli plates in all sizes. Thank you for sharing this idea.

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  87. Great fun! Can't wait to try it. Thanks for the great video and ideas.

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  88. I am getting out my gelli plte now. So many ideas o my I hope I have enough time for all of them

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  89. Great idea for introducing fabric to multimedia. Must try it. Thanks!

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  90. Oh my, I may never leave my studio...you keep coming up with such great ideas! Thanks for another chance to win a giveaway!

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  91. What a great idea! I love the color combos. Now just need a plate! ;)

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  92. Thanks so much for this. I love it.

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  93. Love all of your inspirational videos and informative blog. Recently bought the 6x6 plate!

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  94. I love that Gelli Arts keeps coming up with new ways to use Gelli plates. I just ordered the round plate and can't wait until you get the 3x5 plates back in stock!

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  95. You are an amazing Gelli Artist!

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  96. Love this new idea! Seems that the possibilities are endless with the fabulous Gelli plates.

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  97. Just discovered Gelli, such cool stuff!!!!

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  98. My friend challenged me to make a mini art quilt this fall and this technique is going to be so great for part of that!!

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  99. I absolutely LOVE learning about new ways to use my Gelli plate!

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  100. Great instructions and a wonderful giveaway. Can't wait to try this. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  101. Wow what an amazing tutorial, love it!!! Now off to buy some interfacing!!

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  102. Love the video's!!! They are so descriptive and inspiring!!! You know they are good when you can learn a technique and don't need to hear a voice!!! Thanks so much!

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  103. What a great concept! I love it! Another one to add to my "to-try" list!!! Thanks so much for the awesome Gellli inspiration!!!

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  104. Watched the video and got my Gelli plate out and had a huge Gelli session.. I used the interfacing that is going to be fun to use in my journal.. Looking forward to the next step.. Thanks for the chance to win that fabulous huge plate..
    Sandy :)

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  105. Great technique! I think this was the first time that I ever saw the colour shaper tools and will have to check those out. Thanks for such informative videos!

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  106. I really enjoy the posts you put on this blog - so inspiring! I've never thought about printing on fusible interfacing ... but it makes good sense. So fun to work overlapping layers for color combos.

    :) Linda

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  107. I would love to see some finished projects with the printed fusible web. I have only printed on paper and card stock.

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  108. So looking forward to trying this out - what a great idea, having the fusible adhesive all ready to go when the print is dry! Love all the inspiration!

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  109. Fun! Great video! Definitely want to try this!

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  110. I made the mistake of watching this video right before bedtime. Now I want to stay up late and Geli print all night!

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  111. Sent this immediately to my mom, who will love it! Am going to her retirement village tomorrow to teach a gelli printing class. Can't wait to try this!

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  112. More Gelli Plate inspiration! Trying to be patient as I will have to purchase some of the interfacing tomorrow as no stores are open now :( So many new possibilities.

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  113. Another great one from your bag of tricks Joan! This is great. Excited to try it.

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  114. What a great video!. I am definitely going to try this. Will be a great background on scrapbooking pages and cards.

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  115. Great ideas. I have lots of scraps of interfacing from my sewing projects, now I can use them to make more art. Thanks!

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  116. Wow, even more inspiration. Love the videos, want more!!! I have to try this.

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  117. I would have never thought to use interfacing. Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  118. Thank you for sharing your ideas, Joan! I really need a Gelli plate now!

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  119. Loved this demo. Keeps my juices flowing. The music is always just right. Thank you.

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  120. This is a really interesting approach to gelli printing. Thanks for the idea!

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  121. Great idea! And it's often less expensive than fabrics too. Thanks for the great ideas.

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  122. 'Can't wait to use a Gelli plate to recreate the Northern Lights during the quieter days of fall.

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  123. fantastic idea and excellent instructions! Thank you for this generous giveaway.

    FROEBELSTERNCHEN FROM AUSTRIA

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  124. I look forward to your videos so I can see what you have new to print on or how to use the gelli.
    thanks
    Josephine C

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  125. I've used fusible web in quilting but would never have thought to use it for Gelli printing...great idea!

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  126. Thanks for the great video! Can't wait to try it! and a chance to win a Gelli Plate and Apron? Way cool :)

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  127. Wow again great idea and fabulous prints, thanks for sharing!

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  128. Looks like Gelli printing has no end. Wonderful the ways to use these lovely prints.

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  129. what a fantastic idea to use non-woven interlacing. It is lying around here...
    Thank you!
    Angelika/FredaF

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  130. What fantastic prints you've achieved! My mind is spinning with the possibilities of using interfacing on ... everything!

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  131. Great invention. Can not wait to make beautiful backgrounds for card making.

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  132. Another excellent idea - thank you

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  133. This was something I had thought about trying -- it's an easy paper to fabric crossover! thanks for the tutorial! Lisa

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  134. Great idea for making/and or embellishing quilts

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  135. What a neat idea. I can't wait to try it!

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  136. I *knew* I bought that bolt of fusible interfacing for a good reason!!

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  137. I'm off to look for my fusible interfacing. This looks like fun.

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  138. Ooh! How stinking fun is this! Fondly, tami

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  139. I am desperate to buy a gelli plate since seeing all the amazing things you can use it for....not just paint and paper. This technique will lend itself to so many fabric applications!

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  140. The Gelli plate has changed my life! LOL Yes, really..it's my favorite thing to do. I get lost in printing and all the problems of the world go away for those hours I spend creating:)

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  141. Thanks for another great idea to using the gelli plate, and chance to win a fantastic prize!

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  142. Another awesome idea! I'm teaching an art journaling class at our homeschool coop this fall and I can't to try this out with them!

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  143. This is another great surface to print on. I would love to get a plate to start creating magic with.

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  144. Thank you so much for this information. I'll be giving this a try.

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  145. Wow, I will have to hit up one of my sewing friends or go to Jo-Ann's to buy some of this nonwoven fusible stuff. I loooooove the effects, so beautiful. Looking forward to trying this on more than one size Gelli plate.

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  146. Great ideas! Now I know what to do with all that fusible I bought years ago when I was sewing more often. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  147. What an awesome idea. I will certainly be giving this a try very soon. I just love to play on my Gelli plate and today just may be a good day. Raining here today.

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  148. What a great idea! Would love to try this. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  149. Absolutely LOVE the way this looks! It gives the design a lovely texture and it's perfect to use for quilts, wall hangings, and table runners!

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  150. I've never heard of this non fusible stuff but I'm going to buy some today & play!! Thx for another great idea

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  151. What a great idea. Something new to try. Thanks

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  152. Just bought the 6x6 plate yesterday. Had a lot of fun experiment in all afternoon. Would love to win the largest plate! This great! The possibilities are endless!

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  153. What a cool idea, love how the interfacing looks with all the layers of texture.(Great video!) LOVE how you all keep coming up with such creative ideas to use the Gelli plate. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  154. I have some of that interfacing left over from a project - need to dig it out and use it on my Gelli Plate! Can never have too many Gelli Plates or aprons!

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  155. Love, love, love, this technique ! Would never have thought to use the fusible interfacing. Must play with this,need that 12x14 gelliplate

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  156. Cool idea and I'm going to have to give it a try.

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  157. Great technique! I'd love to try it on the gelli plate!

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  158. Another great idea. Wonderful inspiration! Keep them coming!

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  159. great great idea and tutorial!

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  160. I want to be a Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! Love Gelli Printing!

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  161. Love this idea, and had to pin the tutorial for later!!

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  162. <3 my Gelli plates, Yup I've got 2 LOL
    I'll try everthing on mine :P

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  163. Can't wait to try this!!! Lovin' my Gelli

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  164. You are such an inspiration. I love the videos and the blog with all the wonderful things you can do with Gelli. I love my small Gelli plate and would be thrilled to win a larger one!

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  165. I love all the different techniques using the Gelli plates. It is on my wish list to buy one soon!

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  166. That rocks! The possibilities are endless with a Gelli plate!!!

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  167. This is great, and it gives me another idea... Gelli printing on the stiff fabric substrate I use for bead embroidery... I'm off to play in the studio!!!

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  168. I so love the gelli plate and all the fun things you can do with it. This is a really great post and I have tons of the usable. Time to play!

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  169. So wonderful! It looks like so much fun.

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  170. Wow! What a great technique! Thanks for sharing your fab ideas!

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  171. You wonderful people at Gelli Arts are always coming up with such cool new ways to use the gelli plate. Thanks for this great post and giveaway. Cheers! Joanna Grant

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  172. I'm a Gelli addict, but the only rehab I need is more hours in the day to play. Picking up 2 @ 3 x 5 and a 5 x 7 this weekend to round out my collection.

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  173. love love love the Gelli plate! I cover my one of a kind hand made journals with my Gelli art and people love them! Thanks for the Gelli and the give away!!

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  174. what a great technique. Love my gelli plate -- would worship the large one!

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  175. what a great technique!! I truly Love all your inspirational videos and fab ideas!! I only have a small gelli plate so I would just love to win this big one! thnx for a chance!!

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  176. Super idea!!!! Heading to the store today for some Pellon 808 Craft Fuse!!! Can't wait to give it a try...sooooo much fun!
    TFS
    Jan Castle

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  177. This is such an amazing medium. Can't wait to try. Your pieces are so incredibly beautiful. Thank you for the inspiration and how to's!

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  178. Another great idea for making more Gelli Prints. Can't wait to try to new technique.

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  179. Awesome video and inspiration. I have my plate but haven't inked it up yet. I really want to give this a try. You make it look so easy. Thanks for the chance to win and thanks for all the ideas.

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  180. Oh cool!! Love all the gelli videos and great ideas that keep coming!

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  181. Thanks for the great examples and the chance to win an apron. I NEED the apron; my favorite t-shirt has paint on it!!! Which I guess could be a good thing?? :)

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  182. This is awesome I would so love to win...so much creativity is possible with the plate

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  183. What a nice give-away. I am going to try this non-woven interface printing.

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  184. This blog always amazes me in two ways: first, with how many wonderful and unique ideas you come up with to use with the Gelli plate, and second, how much my mind seems to creatively explode with each new idea! Would LOVE to win the Giant Gelli!

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  185. What a great video.
    thanks to inspire us

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  186. I am new to Gelli printing and am learning all the time thanks to all your information.....Thank you so much for the chance to win.xxx

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  187. It always amazes me the things that can be done on a geli plate! Thanks for the giveaway.

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