This is the second part of the post showing all that Gelli Plate fun I was having last week. You can see the first part of the post HERE
For this one I wrote into the paint with a Q-tip.
For the ghost print I added white paint and printed over teal
You'll see this paper prominently in an upcoming Valentine's Day project
This is another print made with layered stencils
Don't forget to roll out your excess paint and dab off your stencils into your art journal
And here's a few of my favorite prints from this Gelli Plate session:
For these ones I used a large focal-image stencil creating both a positive and negative print:
Did you recognize the sunburst behind him?
Hope this gave you a glimpse into a few of the ways you can use your Gelli Plate.