Wednesday, May 14, 2014


Printing background pages on the Gelli Plate is one of the latest rages in the art journaling and art community. You can create dozens of pages in just a few minutes and this method offers tons of variety with unlimited options for experimentation with your stencils, objects, shapes and mediums.

Tammy Garcia from Daisy Yellow is featured today on The Crafty Crow, A Children's Craft Collective with her DIY Gelli Plate tutorial she made back in February.

I have the 12x12" Gelli plate and love using it. I just haven't in a long time and need to drag it out and get some more backgrounds made to use in my journaling, to share in happy mail swaps and other projects.

If you are interested in making your own, it is inexpensive to do so. All you need do is run to the grocery store and buy up some unflavored gelatin and follow the instructions. This particular DIY version will last about a month.  How many hundreds of pages can you make in a month?

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