Thursday, May 23, 2013

Gelli Printing Journal Page

Sharing something I made while watching the news 
about the tornado that hit Moore, OK on the 20th of May.
Gelli papers were worn and applied on the journal page, and then Tim Holtz distress paint, Dyan's Dylusions Stamps, Dylusions Spray inks, Heidi swapp stencil with modeling paste was added to page.
Punches holes were made in the Gelli paper before applying to journal page.
 The figure is from my imagination drawn with a pencil and painted 
with watercolors and Pitt artist pens before applying to journal page.
Circles were made with lid and distress paint. 
This was my project for Technique Tuesday over on Crafting with OWSE 

Finished page 7 x 10 inches



Below is what the page above looked like before I started using Tim's Distress Paints, stamps and spray inks, stencils and modeling paste. 
I haven't finished the left side of journal page. 

7 comments:

  1. Looks great Judy!

    I love how it changes the look as you apply the layers!

    thanks for sharing!

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  2. layers are so fun and your journal page is awesome.
    susan s

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  3. layers are so fun and your journal page is awesome.
    susan s

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  4. Love your layers too and also your sweet girl. Looks as though she is pondering the day. Many of us did that day.
    Great page

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  5. Beutiful page. Love all of the layers!

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  6. Love the layering and how you built up that background.

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  7. Have you seen Lindsay's Hectograph paper? http://thefrugalcrafter.wordpress.com/2013/05/25/a-permanent-gelatin-printing-plate-hectograph-an-annoying-project-a-birthday-card/

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