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October’s Colorful Gelli Print Party

Video for October's Colorful Gelli Print Party making your own texture plate with Plaid fabric paint by Carolyn Dube

Join me for a Colorful Gelli Print Party!

 

Let the fun begin a bit early for this month’s Colorful Gelli Print Party!  I am making texture plates on leftover cardboard for my playtime on the Gelli Plate this month.

 

 

Video for October's Colorful Gelli Print Party making your own texture plate with Plaid fabric paint by Carolyn Dube

The magic texture maker is Tulip Dimensional Paint.

Those butterflies are so consistent thanks to a great Judikins stamp.  As the color built up on the butterflies all I could think about was cutting them apart and using them in something.  No problem that I love them since I can easily make more.

 

Video for October's Colorful Gelli Print Party making your own texture plate with Plaid fabric paint by Carolyn Dube

 

Here’s a close up of the ghost print on the envelope. I can mail it, I can use it in an art journal, I could make an envelope book out of it…so many possibilities!

 

 

 

You can watch October’s Colorful Gelli Print Party on YouTube here.

Join me for a Colorful Gelli Print Party!Thank you to everyone who linked up for September’s party and shared their ideas, projects, and fabulous prints! If you haven’t seen them yet- take a look at the September’s Colorful Gelli Print Party!   Now on to this month’s party.  It is open all month!

 

Link up your Gelli Plate blog posts, flickr photos, YouTube videos , any online media you’re using to share your work– it is all welcome!  New posts or recent posts are welcome!

  • Link to a specific blog post or flickr page or YouTube video or other source that way people can easily find your Gelli goodness.
  • Add a link back to the party so others can join us too!
  • Leave a comment on at least 2 other links from the party.  You know how  comments encourage  creative types!
  • Participate as many times as you want- just be sure it relates to the Gelli Plate.

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Every comment and every share feeds the muse. Thank you for being part of this colorful journey!

  • froebelsternchen Susi September 29, 2013, 1:09 pm

    gorgeous Carolyn — I am off to watch the video!

  • Beverley September 29, 2013, 1:41 pm

    Thank you Carolyn, you make me smile, every time I watch your videos. Loved the ‘precise’ pattern drawing. Think I too can be as accurate!

  • Ellie Taesali September 29, 2013, 1:57 pm

    Love your ideas Carolyn! I just used hot glue to make stamps for mono-printing on the Gelli and it was kind of messy, the dimensional paint looks so much easier…..I’m giving it a try!

  • Jessica Sporn September 29, 2013, 2:37 pm

    Here I am at the party! Thanks for inviting me and always being such a great hostess!

  • Kay Wallace September 29, 2013, 2:57 pm

    I love your videos, Carolyn! In high school, one of the best teachers was one who told the students that he knew some people learn best by reading, others by doing, and still other by seeing. I am in that last category, so videos are just so helpful to me in learning the “process” by which something gets done! My hat is off to you and your style of teaching!

  • butterfliecrafter September 29, 2013, 3:16 pm

    Great video! Just this weekend I played around with some homemade textureplates, one I made out of stickyback foamshapes and then another one I made using embossed paper, and I must say the first print doesn’t whaw me that much, but the ghost prints I love. Thanks for holding yet another party this month, your such a good host.

  • Nydia Dominguez September 29, 2013, 4:29 pm

    I just love your videos!!! shared…https://www.facebook.com/pages/NydiArt/128552530511205
    ~Nydia

  • Cynthia September 29, 2013, 5:06 pm

    So cool! Love the final product–those envelopes are awesome!

  • Judy Shea September 29, 2013, 6:34 pm

    Carolyn.. I’m gonna bribe your muse big time. This was fun. I have yet to make envelopes.. but I will get my gelli out and give it a whirl. Thanks for all the fun art.

  • TheaM September 29, 2013, 6:36 pm

    wow… I recently discovered a stash of old ‘dimensional’ fabric paint and was wondering whether to toss it out! Thank you so much for this inspirational video! Bountiful blessings to you and your muse!

  • Dara Lynn Hale September 29, 2013, 7:31 pm

    So appreciate all you give to us out here in blogland!!!! Love this idea!!!!!!

  • Von Reeder September 29, 2013, 7:58 pm

    Outstanding! I get the biggest smile from watching you work with colour in any form, but watching you work it with a gelli plate is rather magical! LOVE the idea of the fabric paint for creating a texture stamp — brilliant you! Thanks again, Carolyn for sharing what you do best — being artistic and loving every moment!

  • Marsha September 29, 2013, 8:01 pm

    I added a link to my post(couldn’t get an image for it)…it was a gelatin monoprinting art class at the senior citizens’ home where my mom lives. She organized it and I helped her with a demo and assisted the ladies and gentlemen when they needed it(ie, the whole time!!)… They did a great job and I think they had fun too.

    • Carolyn September 29, 2013, 8:05 pm

      The prints they made were fabulous! Sorry it wouldn’t link up!

  • robin September 29, 2013, 9:21 pm

    I haven’t had my gelli plate out in over a month 🙁
    This new job is really cutting into my artsy fun time!

  • Corrine September 30, 2013, 4:39 pm

    How fun and simple is this, who would have thunk it! xox

  • Rosina Ervin October 1, 2013, 4:47 pm

    I can’t wait to pick up some Tulip paint. And, you are so generous with your videos. I always enjoy watching! Thanks!

  • Ellie Knol October 8, 2013, 6:12 am

    Thanks for sharing all your gorgeous ideas! I started following this blog, and also entered my first gelliplate inspired card!

  • Jan LaFollette October 15, 2013, 10:21 pm

    Great video! I’m lovin’ my new Gelli plate!

  • Jo October 19, 2013, 12:29 pm

    Cool stuff, as always, Carolyn.