The July Colorful Gelli Print Party is almost here! It’ll be here on July 1st with a new Gelli Plate video. I am blown away by all the creativity in this month’s link party. I just had to share! You can see the full blog posts for each photo by clicking on their names.
There is also a fabulous giveaway over at StencilGirlTalk! A Gelli Plate and 10 stencils! The deadline to be entered is Thursday at 11:59pm (Central time)- hurry over and leave a comment there to win!
Becky G. let go and played instead of worrying about “perfect”. I could feel the joy when I saw this page!
Suzanne has made a fun tag booklet using her Gelli Prints. Click over to her blog to see the entire tagbooklet. She also has another great book using Gelli Prints here!
Chandra started with a Gelli print and added more color on top with spray inks! You can see what the print looked before and after the spray ink as well as her wonderful art journal spread.
The Gelli Plate and Daisy Yellow’s Index Card a Day Challenge are perfect together! Check out Jane’s index cards!
Check out the way Allison’s got layers peeking out in her print! Love the mystery! She has another great card using eyelash yarn on her blog too!
Gillian is on her way to 101 Gelli prints! She is committed to playing- you can read all about it here. She also experimented around with using masks here. You can read all about her process and how she hit some obstacles and pushed through them!
froebelsternchen has created such a soft floating feeling with her Gelli prints!
Marsha’s got magic happening with leaves and her Gelli Plate! Stop over and see her other prints too!
Linda’s making ATC’s with her prints. She has more great ATC’s over on her blog!
Marsha’s making amazing ghost prints and using her Gelli Plate on fabric- check out her other leaves too!
Gelli belly bo belly goodness. xox
You have a VERY nice blog and I’m glad I found it. I’m here to enter the contest for the Lesley Riley free class. Thanks!
Once again, I am blown away by all this Gelli goodness. Bravo to all of the artists.
Lots of beautiful Prints there! Valerie
Thanks for the mention Carolyn. I’m pushing on with the 101 Gelli Prints project but finding it quite difficult finishing them. Every time I start with a clean plate I make a new print and I’m not normally happy to leave it there so I’m ending up with a bigger proportion of unfinished prints to completed ones. I’m thinking they’ll end up in collages or tags rather than complete items in their own right but we’ll see. 🙂
I have a huge number of in process prints compared to finished ones and they have been so handy in so many ways as I’m making other things!
Awesome! And inspiring!! Thanks for sharing them. =D
Do I have to sign up to join the party? Also, I make my own gelatin plate, although I’m hoping to win the one from StencilGirlTalk ;). Let me know. I’ll be watching your video whether I can join in the party or not.
You are always welcome at the party! There is a link party on the 1st that is open all month. Everyone is welcome to join with their Gelli Plating (purchased or homemade)! You can join the June one still or wait and link up to July!
Love all the gorgeous art you featured here. Thanks for hosting such a great party each month!
Wow, really like your blog. Almost mind blowing. Makes me wish I could be locked in a room to just create with no outside stopage!!! LOL!
Thoroughly enjoyed hopping around seeing all the fabulous creations! Nothing like gelli love on a Wednesday!!!
Thanks for including me in this post I’m planning a big gelli printing party today with my mixed media group! I’m looking forward to July’s party here! I love the other artists work and love going around the different blogs to see what they have made. Thanks 🙂
What an array of talent…what a versatile art!
que de belles creations, j’adore!
Wow! What a load of Gelli Print Eye Candy. Thanks for sharing all those links!
Carolyn, thank you so much for sharing my journal page on your blog! I thought it was a hot mess, but I sure did enjoy working on it! You are teaching me so much about doing your own thing and everything not having to be just perfect … there is both joy and freedom in imperfection! Thanks again! Becky
Good grief! I’ve been following your videos…totally neglected your blog. Not anymore.I have learned soooo much, and found just enough confidence to enter the Gelli plate contest. Huge leap for me. Now when I can figure out how to post to your site I’ll share some of my work. Thanks so much for offering excellent learning tools and inspiration.
i love love love gelli printing