Is it a reverse print? Is it a negative print? Whatever you call it- you can create very different looks from just one stencil. I’m using a Gelli Plate® to quickly get my new stencil, Arched Aqueducts, loaded with paint. In the process I get a bonus print with a great grungy vibe! I’m giving away a stencil so keep reading to find out how you can win it!
This isn’t my only new stencil! You can see Are We There Yet and Coming and Going at StencilGirl.
Watch Getting Reverse Prints with a Stencil on the Gelli Plate® on YouTube.
I’m giving one Arched Aqueduct stencil away to a randomly selected winner! Want a chance to win? Leave a comment to be entered. Want more chances 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.
Giveaway closes on Wednesday, June 3rd. Be sure to stop back on the 4th to see if you’ve won! And yes, this is open to all countries! Giveaway is now closed. You can find the winners here.
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- Arched Aqueducts stencil
- Gelli Plate®
- Mixed media paper
- Deli paper
I’m Gelli® printing on both deli paper and mixed media paper. Finding the deli paper that makes you happiest is a personal preference. I have tried many and these are the 2 that I am happiest with…This one because it is super thin but it is a bit smaller in size. This one because is a little heavier than the other amd is a larger size. In the video, I use the 2nd because it was larger but any deli paper will work with this technique.
Love the arched aqueducts stencil. Pinned it and had a great time on your Pinterest site. Thanks.
AWESOME techniques for a AWESOME stencil!!!
I love the new aqueducts stencil and until I watched your video, I had no idea there were so many different prints available to get from one laying of a stencil! Thanks for teaching me so many useful things!
great stencil! Did you just do a whole video in black paint? What?
Isn’t it wild that there is no rainbow…blew my mind Laurie…lol
cant believe I wasn’t following you on Pinterest already but I am now.
Oh my gosh! I love your new travel stencils, Carolyn!! This stencil in particular brings back wonderful memories of Rome and the Coliseum! Your videos are always fun and inspiring, too! Congratulations on your new stencil designs!! You ROCK!
loving your aqueduct stencil, Carolyn and would love to be a winner. I always enjoy your fun videos and now I am also following you on. Pinterest – more of your amazing talent to explore now. Cheers
Great stencil – Lots of possibilities! Just followed you on Pinterest.
Love this stencil – can do a lot of travel pages or cards.. The possibilities are endless.. Thank you for sharing.
The arches stencil is really cool. I love the strong graphic quality.
What fun. I learned something new. Congrats on your new stencils.
I follow you on Pinterest!
I shared on FB.
I pinned this on my Tutorials board!
Thanks for having so many videos for us to watch and learn from. I know they take a lot of time to edit and produce but you always come through and I really appreciate your time and efforts!
Love this one – sure has a lot of uses – what can go in the arches – photos, prints, collage – hmmm the wheels are turning
I just love that stencil, Carolyn! The technique was very helpful…now to find some deli paper that doesn’t come in a case….I love my Gelli, but don’t think I’ll be around long enough to use a case of the stuff!!!!
I bought a box of deli paper at Sam’s.
I pinned it.
I followed you on Pinterest! Jean Mayfield
Happily pinned, shared on Twitter, FB and Google+ and following you on Pinterest! Wonderful stencil!!!
Pinned on my Gelli board! Love your new stencils!
Following you on Pinterest!
Shared on Facebook!
Shared on Google+!
Hey there! I pinned it – followed you on pinterest, and shared the link on FB! Nice stencil 🙂 Thx for the demo
Love this stencil!!
Shared on fb-
I follow on Pinterest
Fabulous stencil! And great use of it!
Shared on G+!
Oh my gosh…I LOVE this stencil. I am always fascinated by things like bridges and tunnels when I visit a city. I even photograph them just for their interesting shadows. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Yay!! This stencil looks so fun, love all the arches! Thanks for the chance to win! Sharing on Google + and pinning and all of that too…:). And yes, I think we are all surprised there’s no rainbow this time! Heehee, still so fun to play!
I love your new stencil! I wish I could afford all of your stencils, they are all wonderful! Thanks for being such a great teacher! Jinx Engstrom
Love your ideas, thanks for the technique!
I pinned! Love this stencil….
I am a stalker…I mean follower on Pinterest!
I shared on my FB page!
I like the triple take on one stencil. Now the problem is deciding which one I like best…… 😉
Here’s a tip: After you pull the stencil off the plate, hold it at arm’s length and spray the stencil with your finest mist spray bottle. The paper print from that is almost perfect if you get an even coat of water. =)
I love everything you do, but I’m sure you already knew that. Shared x 5
I love all of your designs. I have many of them and I have a couple more I have my eye on! ha! You feed the addiction 🙂
These are perfect for the summer travel…the double decker bus is the best!
Cool aqueduct stencil!
Now following on Pinterest! Yummy pins!
Shared on Facebook. Love that stencil. ..would be cool to shift it! 🙂
Thank you so much. I have been wanting these forever. Tommy
I love that stencil! I can see using it for many things. Thanks again, Carolyn!
I love your videos, watch them on YouTube all the time. This one is great too, and I love the stencil. I just followed you on Pinterest, too.
Love your new stencils. Always, your videos are great!
Love Arched Aqueduct! Are we there yet made me laugh. Following you on Pintrest and pinning it.
I love your stencils! Your architectural ones are my favorites!
Love the stencil! Great video!
Well, I loved this one! I have this idea I am obsessed with and this would be perfect. I have pinned this and am following in Pinterest.
I also shared on FB. Don’t tweet so that is not an option. Hugs.
All your new stencils are wonderful Carolyn! So versatile and fun. Fabulous video and technique.
I love the stencil. Thank you for the opportunity to win one. Thank you too for the video with its clear explanation of how to get the 3 different looks.
pinned the pic! its just awesome!
oh what a fun video!! now where is my gelli plate hiding???
stalking you now on Pinterest—like someone else said–why on earth was I NOT doing that before??? face palm
google +’d it!!!!
tweeted as well!
those new stencils of yours are now on my wish list 🙂
Carolyn you ROCK!
Awesomeness as usual. Deli paper is great
I love these designs. “Guilt trip of a lifetime” made me laugh out loud. So clever to sneak that word in there. Thanks for the chance to win this duper-versatile stencil.
loved The video, and the stencil is wonderful. I have started following you on Pinterest. (I thought I already was!) thanks for the information and the opportunity.
I commented and shared on Facebook.
Great new stencil! I started following you on Pinterest too. Thanks for the fun videos!
that was wonderful – I love the transparency of the deli paper and all the looks you can get from just one stencil
I can have fun with these stencils. Thanks for the opportunity to win.
I love what you did with that stencil. Each print had its own style.
Here’s my first entry! I live in a very old City in Canada and this architecture-inspired stencil is very reminiscent of the designs of some of our buildings! I’d be so thrilled to win this.
And I enjoy all your videos and blogs!
My # 2 entry (I’m the old gal from the old city) – Happy to have shared this on facebook.
Sign me up, please! I love using stencils with my gelli plate and don’t have anything like this one. Thanks so much for sharing your ideas.
I have followed you on Pinterest
I have pinned to my Gelli board on Pinterest
I have shared on Facebook
Thank you for the 3 opportunities to win the stencil.
wau looks great you are Big inspiration
I enjoy your blog and video offerings!! I would love to win Arched Aqueducts!!
Love this video (and all your others)!
I am following you on Pinterest!
Shared on Google+!
This is the coolest stencil!
LOVE the stencil and love the different effects from one lot of paint on the gelli plate – awesome!
I’ve started following you on Pinterest!
You always make it look so easy…I’m sure I so seriously over-think things. You inspire me to just go got it!
Gotta say, I just love your videos. You help make us that are not “true artist”, believe we can, and we do! Thanks for sharing!
Followed on Pinterest.
Shared on Google + and learned something new.
Shared on Facebook.
I have learned so much from you. Thanks for sharing not only your talent but new things such as google +. You make me smile and try new things. An “oops” is okay and amazing. 🙂
Hi hi !!
I have taken you all the places i have to make my chances bigger to winn this cool stencil, love to se all your Technics.
Love my gelli,plates, love my stencils a perfect match! This new stencil would be loved!
Thanks for a great giveaway!
Your videos are always so informative. Thanks for the chance to win your new stencil.
Love the arched aqueduct stencil. I think it has loads of potential with my gelli plate
Am following you on pinterest and have pinned your stencil illustration on my pinterest board papercrafts
I like this stencil bunches! I pinned it and I follow you on pintrest. Thank you for the opportunity
I pinned, followed you on pinterest and shared on facebook. I’m new to all this, and loving it!
I am. Huge fan.
I am teaching my first Gelli plate workshop in August.
I plan to add your blog/ videos to my resource hand out list!
That new stencil would be a fun show off.
Just started with stencils and Geli plates, so would love to experiment with the arches stencil
I’ve heard of gelli plates but haven’t used on. always looking for new techniques so I’m going to have to try this.
The stencil is great. Love the arches.
Love how you create so many ways to use one stencil. Thanks for sharing.
I really like the look of the 3rd technique. Plus this really increases your use of what stencils you have. Love it!
I pinned to Pinterest
I shared to Facebook
I shared to Google+
And I’m following you on Pinterest
Thanks for always sharing inspiring ideas for creating art. I loved the ways you used your aqueduct stencil and appreciate the chance to win it. Sorry, but I don’t tweet or follow anyone on Pinterest. I did share this post link on my Facebook page though. email@example.com
I’m (shamefully late in doing so) following you on pinterest and pinned the trio image (here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/6755468167815159/)
Carolyn I always enjoy your videos. I really like the stencil and could see many different ways to use it!!
I love this stencil and what you did with it.
That is a great stencil. So many ideas spring to mind for exploiting the shapes and spaces.
Carolyn Carolyn Carolyn… another great video and an awesome stencil. wonderful technique and i can’t wait to try it.
But when are you going to teach a class in California???? Please please please!!!!
I love the stencil. I’m just starting to try Gelli printing & I need more stencils.
I follow you on Pinterest.
Hi Carolyn, Just discovered you today and am loving your videos.
I just followed you on pinterest. Can’t wait to check it all out.
My daughter loves watching artist use the gelli-plate, That is currently on her wish list. Great techniques and share!!
I have to get my hands on a gelli plate!!
You make it look so easy. Love your stencils!
I see this stencil and immediately think of my trip to Rome eons ago. This would be fun to use.
Love your blog and your videos. Love this stencil, thanks for the giveaway opportunities 🙂
I love using stencils – this one is very different from I usually get.
thanks for sharing it’s usage – and a chance to win one.
Gasp! What a great stencil!! Gotta have it!!
Wow! I love this stencil, this goes perfect with my other architrural stencils by SG. Also another great video. I love the way your brown to
I love the way your brown took on new life with the added color (a comment Oops)
You are so inspirational! Thanks for sharing your talents. Pinning is next!
#126Comment is my luck number. Love this stencil and I will have to try your tutorial as soon as I can get it in my hands. Thanks so much for the great give-a-ways. I have been following you on Pinterest for some time now.
I love this stencil!
I pinned you!! Love your stencils, videos & all your “Ooopses!”
Carolyn, I just love all your stencils! I would LOVE to have fun with the Arched Aqueducts stencils. Your videos keep me inspired. I too found it unusual that there was no rainbow! I loved the black, btw…it totally showed off the stencil design beautifully!
Have watched every single one of your videos with the Gelli plate!
Enjoyed your video using the aqueducts stencil and the Gelli plate. Cool results! Thanks.
The deli paper is 58.00 without shipping.!!!!
Love your new stencils! I have several of your previous stencils in my collection & love them all!! Pinned the photo & started following you on Pinterest too. 🙂
That is a really cool stencil! I would love to play with it!!
Love love love these stencils!! THANKS for the chance to win!!
That is impressive! That arches stencil works particularly well with the techniques; stunning with the black!
Awesome stencil! My mind is teeming with possibilities.
Excellent I love this arch stencil. .we’re going to do a river cruise thru Europe and this would be awesome. ..so much of their architecture is featured with arches…this stencil will be so helpful. …..love it
I love this stencil!!! And I love the techniques you showed using it on your video. Carolyn, you’re a great inspiration with your encouragement to just “play”. I shared this post on facebook, google+, and Pinterest and am following you on Pinterest. Your stencil designs are awesome. Keep ’em coming!
Now following you on Pinterest. WOW! Lots to play with there!
i’d love this chance to win this versatile stencil. i also pinned it on my pinterest board Under pattern and colour.
Thank you for giving me inspiration!!!
Magnifiques pochoirs il donne très envie nous n’avons pas cela en Bretagne( France) ,Bravo pour votre joli site et votre partage de techniques.Bonne chance à toutes les participantes .
Love it! Reminds me of my days in Rome exploring the colosseum!
viewed and was impressed.
I love the antique, vintage feel of this stencil!
Would love to win this. But then guess so would everybody else. LOL
I am now following you on Pinterest. Wow!! What an amazing collection.
Love your new stencil and the wonderful things you are doing with it
I always look forward to your videos. Time for another StencilGirl order. Thank you.
Would love to win the stencil, thanks for a chance….
What a clever idea for a stencil! Love the aqueducts!
These stencils look awesome and so much can be done with them.
Love your work…I hope I win
Love the aqua duct stencil. I totally get your reminders of Italy. Thanks for the technique of multiple different prints from the same stencil and gelli plate.
Congratulations on the new stencils, Carolyn!! Yay!!
Thanks for the video. I have always wondered how to use these types of stencils.
Thanks for the give away! I looovve the stencils!
Love you ideas and would love the stencils, but since I don’t know how to enter, I will just let you know that I do love what you do and get so many ideas. Thanks for sharing. Anna
I am now following you on Pinterest , your work is inspirational! Thanks for sharing..
Great ideas on Pinterest! I love this stencil.
Carolyn, By sticking to black paint, you really emphasized the lines of the arches and blew me out of the water. So many strong images from one stencil is an accomplishment. Congratulations!
Really enjoy your videos
I love my gelli plate, although I struggle sometimes to get a good print. I already follow you on pinterest. Love your videos.
This aquaduct stencil reminds me of Italy where we lived before the turn of the century. I like the many uses this one has.
I love all of them, but perhaps the grungy 3rd one most of all. It’s a great stencil.
When I went to pin the Arches image, I realized that I did not have an appropriate board. You are the founding pin on my Art Tutorials board. Thanks.
When I went to Pinterest, I didn’t realize that there are 3 or 4 Carolyn Dube boards. After I got to yours, I immediately hit the “Follow” button. Now I won’t miss any of your goodies. Yea!
Your new stencil is very creative. I enjoyed the video.
I shared on facebook.
I am following you on pintrest. I am looking forward to time to watch your videos.
Thank you so much for sharing all your creative ideas, I learn so much from following you. Also, thank you for the opportunity to win.
That looks like fun. Love the aqueduct!
Thank you so much for the giveaway, the stencils are awesome 🙂
I pinned it here https://www.pinterest.com/pin/302867143668004517/
I am also following you, I love your tutorials board
I shared on G+ here https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ClemenciaRALifeFullofPassions/posts/6cNX5TXCmuL
I tweeted here https://twitter.com/FullOfPassions/status/605178298184945666
I shared on facebook also, but facebook is so complicated for me that I really don’t know how to find the link to that post, but I shared 🙂
I am gonna try this, but I don’t have that stencil (YET!)
Another fabulous stencil Carolyn! I love how it was inspired by your travels.
You are so entertaining. I love your art, and am addicted to watching your videos. Thank you!
Do you then use the print you have on the deli paper to press down on some cold press paper?
I love using the Gelli Plate and would love to experiment more with using stencils!
Yes. Am following you and altering the different ways to use the same stencil is SO MUCH FUN!
What great creativity with your new stencil. I love it!!!
I love this Stencil!!!
Cool beans girl! I love that grungy deli paper image…oh, what I can do with that!
Pined on my board!
Watched the youtube video!
Love this stencil and the different looks when using the geli plate!
Great video – thanks!
I like the tips that go a long with the stencils. Nice
I’m always amazed at what you can do with a gelli plate. And I love that oops you do that true
Ron into something awesome. Keep up the good work and thanks for your inspiration
Best 3 minutes 7 seconds I’ve spent in a long time! I love this Gelli tutorial.
I love your work so so much !!
You are one a my favorite MIxed Media artist.
I love your style, your energy, your stencil..
I’m following you and watching your YouTube videos for a pretty long time now and you still inspire me each week…
Thanks for this wonderful and geneous Giveaway… Wow.. I hope I’ll win it !!! If not, I will still love you as much as now hihihi !!!
WOW! This is the perfect stencil for the Gelli Plate!
Just love your creativity, and the fun way you inspire us all. Love these new stencils and can see how versatile they can be.
Cool giveaway. I’ve only just clued into this. 😉
Yay, I’ve followed you on Pinterest!
I’ve also pinned the image!
A truly fun-looking stencil. Yes, I would love to have one!
I started to use the Gelli plate and love your videos and stencils . Have quite a few from Stencil Girl.
You are very creative!
Will follow in Pinterest.
Love the new stencils – they’re going on my birthday present list!
Thanks for the latest videos with the stencils. I’m always inspired to try something new after watching.
Thanks for this clip; made me think a bit differently about making prints. 🙂 My mind needs to be budged out of the box frequently.
I am following you on Pinterest and I would love this stencil!!
Love your tutorial on the aqueduct stencil. Thanks for sharing your artistic knowledge.
love all the stencils! Tried to do all the pinning and sharing. Thanks for your sharing!
Love the European feel!
I really like how much of the positive space is revealed in this very bold stencil.
I think I liked the ghost print best… Lots of uses…thanks.
What a neat idea!
I have pinned, followed on Pinterest, shared on FB, & tweeted this.
Awesome. I love when your newsletter comes to my mailbox. I have done the first two methods, however the last one is new and I am quite excited. Like, why did I not think of that. LOL
and congratulations on your new stencils!!!
I love the different ways you’ve come up with to use my Gelli Plate. Thanks for a chance to win some yummy stencils!
I’m constantly blown away by your creative use of stencils and other aids with the Gelli Plate. Using both negative and positive space doubles the impact of the stencils, not to mention the surface of them as well. Can’t wait to try out all the ways you inspire me!!! Thanks!
Love the new stencils !!! Yeah !!! Enter my name….yes!!
I always enjoy watching you play with your stencils, and the spontaneity, by which you play, is always quite inspirational.
I think this stencil looks amazing!
Love your inspiration!!! So, I pinned it…
And I am now following you on Pinterest….
…and I shared it on Facebook…
…and I tweeted it…
And I shared it on Google+….
Thank you for sharing all you do!
This stencil is amazing. So many travel pages can be made with this!
Love this stencil. Makes me think of doors to other worlds. Really I’m not that weird, I just have a vivid imagination. Thanks for the chance to win.
I love my Gelli plate! Thank you for sharing another great technique with this arched aqueducts stencil.
I did Pin & share G+, Twitter, FB, & I’m followin ya on the P
Love watching you colourful videos. They are inspirational, and cheerful 🙂
I love my geli plate … I just need to learn more techniques and learn how to make some stencils…the aqueduct stencil looks awesome…TFS. I’m off to check out Pinterest!
I pinned & followed…what fun…off to facebook 🙂
Yey …. FB …all posted and shared 🙂
OK … I also tweeted this awesome product 🙂
I even Googled 🙂
Outstanding design for a stencil!
Love what you’ve done with this stencil! Need one of these for my pursuits….
Love your videos and ideas! Thanks for the chance to win.
I love the stencil of the aqueducts mainly because we have them here in San Antonio, TX. I not positive but I believe they were either built by the early priests or possibly even the Indians or Mexicans. I’ll have to google it but they’re still standing and run from springs that come up from the aqueduct which is where we get a lot of our water supply here. Anyway, I’m going to go check out your other stencils not. I would love to win but the only thing I have ever won in my life is a bunny rabbit at Easter when I was a kid and our Boxer chased it till it had a heart attack, awful. But now I know that they play dead I wonder if my Dad threw away a live rabbit which still haunts me.
Fabulous stencil love how you have used it as always.
I absolutly love this stencil.
I found your site through a friend and fellow artist ad I love it. I am bery new to this sort of creativity and it gives me the courage to keep going when people like you share your knowledge. Thank you :0 )
Carolyn, I LOVE your blog and watching your videos is always a highlight of my day – you are always an inspiration – thank you!
I LovE this technique!! Actually love whatever you do…but mostly your attitude! 🙂
Love it! I love all the stencils you Girls come up with.
Great stencil. I loved the aqueducts, too.
Love your stencils and your videos