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Carolyn just couldn't stop making Gelli prints!

It was just going to be a few prints.  That’s what I told myself.  And then it happened.  I couldn’t stop.  I didn’t want to stop!  All I had planned to do was get things packed for my upcoming workshop, Gelli® Printing Easy as 1-2-3 in Mason, Ohio.  Just thinking about the 3 steps to making amazing prints we’re going to be doing on Sept. 12th was too tempting for me…I had to play with the rainbow!

Carolyn just couldn't stop making Gelli prints!

Sometimes I get a little over excited about color and flood the plate with an abundance of paint.  So much that my brayer was super juicy!  A mistake?  Absolutely not!  It’s a OOPS and I loved the look of the prints so much I did it again and again!

Carolyn just couldn't stop making Gelli prints!

Even with all this paint, I didn’t make mud. If you’d like to see how, I’ve got a video about mixing colors on the Gelli Plate® here along with other helpful info about getting started with Gelli printing®.

Carolyn just couldn't stop making Gelli prints!

The rainbow brings me happiness so I made rainbow prints…a lot of prints!  What stencil did I use?  It’s my Wonky Eyes stencil I designed for StencilGirl.   What am I going to do with all these prints?  Well, I was supposed to be getting things ready for my upcoming workshop so I think I’ll use them to create a little something for each student.

Carolyn just couldn't stop making Gelli prints!

In the greater Cincinnati area and want to explore fun ways to play with the Gelli® Plate?  Join me at the Arts Alliance on September 12th.  Just a few spots left.  Hope to see you there!

Gelli printing workshop with Carolyn Dube

Here are the supplies I used. Some of these links are affiliate links which means I get a small percentage. It doesn’t cost you anything extra and you are helping me keep this blog and my videos ad free! Thank you- I don’t like ads any more than you do!

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$600+ Mixed media giveaway celebrating Carolyn Dube's new DVD release!

To celebrate my  new DVDs / video downloads I created with Northlight, I’ve got an amazing giveaway worth well over $600! I reached out to some of the companies whose products I used in the videos and I was blown away by their generosity!  This is going to be one very big and heavy box of mixed media goodies heading to one lucky winner!

What all is included? You can see it all in the photos below too!

$600+ Mixed media giveaway celebrating Carolyn Dube's new DVD release!So how can you win?  Leave a comment and you are entered to win!  Want more than 1 chance to win?  How about 5 more chances!  For each of these that you do, you’ll get another entry!  Each time you do one of these, come back and leave a comment tell me you did it and you’ve got more chances to win.

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Be sure to be entered by midnight EST on Sept. 14th! The winner will be emailed on the 15th.  If I do not hear back from the winner in 48hours, then random.org will choose another winner.  Due to shipping costs, this is only open to the continental US.

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$600+ Mixed media giveaway celebrating Carolyn Dube's new DVD release!

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inka gold 3d stamp paint stencil gelli printing carolyn dube videoSo it turns out when a product comes with a lid on it, you should put said lid back on when finished using it.  You guessed it…I did not do that and shockingly it dried out!  So dried out that absolutely no artful CPR in the world was going to save it.

Did I freak out? Nope but you probably knew that.  It was just an O.O.P.S. Check out the video and my guest post over at CreateMixedMedia showing how I used it while making an art journal page on a Gelli print®.

And be prepared for a shock too…the first thing I did was cover up color with a big white spot!

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