Sunday, 27 July 2014

Gelli Prints With New Stencil

Gelli Print Collage.
 I created a new stencil with a 60's vibe. I first used a cereal box but went out and bought some acetate whilst down town today.

Tip of the day with acetate - if you can buy it in the sheets then don't get a roll of it as it will curl and make placing on the gelli plate difficult.  Tip number 2 - make sure you have only smooth edges after cutting, check for pointy/spiky bits as they are not gelli plate friendly.

Round gelli prints too....

That was fun, I think I'll have to come with another one. Have you ever made stencils/masks?  I'd love to see them so let me know.

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  1. Yes. I design stencils and sell them in my Etsy shop. Howswears. All original designs, quality stencils, and excellent for the Gelli plate. I love your design! Fondly, Tami

  2. I love the organic look of these stencils. So much better than the precision-cut shop-bought ones.

  3. I love these stencils! The whole mid-century vibe is so cool. Thanks for sharing with us.


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