I followed Linda Germain instructions:
I found the perfect size, it's a plastic lid with 1" side, 6.5" x 8.5." I love this size, it makes the gel plate 3/4" thick. It comes out of the lid with ease.
My gelatin plate has been remelted 4 times before finding the right side of mold. You can tear the gelatin into chunk into a glass pyrex bowl and microwave for one minute full power and then slowly pour back into the container. It must be on a leave surface and left until set and then place into the refrigerator over night or until firm.
Do not try to move liquid gelatin.
I'm using my Silhouette Digital Craft Cutter with .007 film or white card stock to make my own mask and stencils. Both work perfect.
I didn't care for the bottle type of acrylic paints. I found out today, some tube paints will stain the gelatin plate.
Yesterday I posted a tag I made using one of the papers for my 12 tags of 2013 March #2.
Note: on Facebook they say if you have a real Gelli Plate don't use glossy paper because it will damage your Gelli Plate.