I have been having so much fun playing with my gelli plate and trying out techniques that are stretching my usual CAS style with something a bit more artsy and layered. Here are a few examples:
I was using the technique with alcohol ink on my gelli plate that the wonderful Barbara Gray demonstrated on YouTube a few Tuesdays ago.
I used my lovely seahorse silhouette on the gelli plate and added a sentiment and some bubble effect stamps from Visible Image. I shall link up for a second time at Happy Little Stampers Mixed Media Challenge where the theme is layers.
Here I used Uniko's fab Stylised Floral stencil on the gelli plate and then used black spray paint through my Afro Style stencil - it gives great coverage over the gelli background. I added a Sizzix die cut up the side of the card.
I hope you like my cards :)
so thrilled to see someone make a dynamic card with a gelli plate! Love your seahorse card in particular. Got to use my gelli plate that I've had for a couple of years..backgrounds are so much fun to do! Thank you!ReplyDelete
your sea horse geli paint piece is beautiful, it made a wonderful cardReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at HLS
Barb Housner (DT)
The background of the sea horse is fantastic, Sarah. Oh to have more time to play with techniques. You have made the most of your fabulous stencil line.ReplyDelete
Fab designs as always Sarah .... love the seahorse, great background too. Thank you for playing along with the HLS Mixed Media challenge xxReplyDelete