Friday, May 24, 2013

Gelli Transfer Prints!

Gelli plates have a unique surface that allows you to pull monotypes on clear adhesive film! Watch this video and see how easy it is to do!


For this fun and easy technique you'll need:
NOTE:  Packing tape has its size limitations. If you want to make a larger or full-size print, use cold laminating film. Clear Con-Tact paper will also work, but it's not as "clear" or shiny as tape or laminating film.


Here's the process:

  • Apply acrylic paint to your Gelli plate. Use a brayer to roll into a thin layer.
  • Use texture tools to remove areas of paint from the plate. Clear areas provide interesting collage and gilding opportunities!          
    • Foam stamps, scrapers and combs are great for removing areas of paint. Use cotton swabs to draw lines and make dots.
    • NOTE:  The print will look exactly like what is on your plate — not reversed!
    • So take your time and have fun developing the image on your plate! To add more layers, let the paint from the previous layer dry first — so the paint doesn't lift as you add more.
  • When you're done creating your image, allow the paint to dry completely. Yes!
    • NOTE: This technique only works when the paint is TOTALLY DRY!
  • Place packing tape — STICKY SIDE DOWN — onto the dry paint
  • Burnish to transfer paint (a bone folder is helpful). Slowly peel the film off of the plate. Voilà!
This Gelli transfer print below is being pulled 
on cold laminating film, instead of packing tape.
What a fun way to clean your plate!

TIP:  If there are areas of paint that didn't transfer, replace the 
tape and burnish again. If the paint was completely dry, most 
(if not all) of the paint will transfer to the tape.

At this point, you can choose to use your Gelli transfer tape in your journal, collage, ATC's, cardmaking, art quilting etc. 

OR... you can continue with the following steps :)

NEXT... Embellish your Gelli Transfer Tape


The areas that are clear will still be sticky from the adhesive on the tape. You can use this sticky area to add further interest to your print! See some great options below!



  • Option 1: Brush Perfect Pearls (mica powder) onto the sticky areas for a fabulous effect!  
    • The clear areas will become opaque and sparkle with a metallic look! 
  • Option 2: Metal leaf will also adhere to the clear sticky areas.  
    • TIP:  Keep metal leaf away from your Gelli plate to avoid loose and flyaway bits from sticking to it :) 
  • Option 3: You can also add collage elements under the print to peek through the paint. Text adds a great layered look!

Remember, the shiny side of the tape is the print (right) side. You've been embellishing the back!

If the tape is too shiny for your taste, lightly sand the surface with an extra-fine grit sandpaper to make it more matte.


Gelli Transfer Film prints make great additions to art journal pages, collage, ATC's, cards, art quilts, paintings ... and other mixed media projects! 

This is a fun and easy technique! Try it!!!

For more information on this technique, please take a look at the previous blog titled "Gild the Gelli!"

This Contest is officially CLOSED


And here's our giveaway:


Our fabulous prize package includes:
  1. One (1) 6"x6" Gel Printing Plate 
  2. One (1) package of Copper Leaf (25 sheets) by ArtMinds 
  3. One (1) package of Ranger Perfect Pearls (set contains 4 colors and 2 brushes)

One lucky winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday, May 29th and announced here on the blog and on our Facebook page.

To be entered to win, simply leave a comment here on our blog or on our Facebook page. 

SHARE this blog post, and we'll add your name again for another chance to win!  
You can share via Pinterest, Twitter, Youtube or your blog! Just let us know where you've shared and we'll happily enter you twice :)

This Contest is officially CLOSED

 

Good Luck and Happy Printing!



403 comments:

  1. I LOVE what i saw. I have never tried this king of materials and technique. I would love to be the lucky winner.

    I shared the video tutorial on pinterest, on the boar Video Tutorias.

    Thanks for this giveaway!

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  2. What a fun idea! Another unique way to make prints, I love it!

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  3. Such a fab technique! Great giveaway, also :)

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  4. Incredible! You never fail to amaze and inspire me!!

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  5. This is an outstanding technique for the plate. I love the versatility of it and again think that mu Gelli plate is the most useful tool I have bought in years. Thank you!

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  6. Looks like a total blast! So beautiful ... thanks for the chance to win. I shared this on Facebook. Suzanne

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  7. I will be showing this technique to my students. So easy and such lovely effects! I also like your choice of colors very much Joan, and the Gelli plate is the BEST!! No more mixing pans of gelatin, which take up half the fridge. I hope I win this great giveaway.

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  8. Absolutely fantastic ideas! Thank you so much for sharing. I just love my Gelli plate and it would be great to have another for when I am teaching my students how to do Gelli prints. I'll be sharing this technique on my blog and FB art page. Thanks for the chance to win the giveaway! Cheers! Joanna

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  9. It will be fun to try this method. I'm constantly amazed at what can be done with gelli printing.

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  10. I've just arrived from watching the video on YouTube. WHat an amazing technique!!!!

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  11. I am always so inspired by these posts and the videos I see. I am hoping to talk our local craft store into stocking Gelli plates and want to teach a quick class on them to inspire others as you all have inspired me. Now to win a Gelli of my own instead of using this old homemade gelatin plate...that would be the best! Thank you for doing the giveaway and good luck everyone!

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  12. Oh man but I LOVE this idea! Thank you so much!

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  13. wowzers! I absolutely love this technique!! Can't wait to try it!! I would absolutely love to win this wonderful giveaway!

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  14. I just spent a week getting a jump start on Gelli Printing by taking Carla Sonheim's class. I'm hooked! Now that I understand the basics I am combing your blog for more ideas....and more....and more. It's so fun to learn a new art technique. Thanks, ladies, for your amazing gelli plate invention.

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  15. Always looking for new ways to use my Gelli Plate.
    I had not thought of that one!
    I have been printing on Japanese papers...loving it.

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  16. Only had mine a short time so only used it once. School holiday for a week now so time to play methinks. Whoo hoo! Thanks for sharing xxxxx

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  17. Yay! I shared on Pinterest and on Facebook!

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  18. Wow, what a creative use for a gelli plate. SO creative

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  19. that is soooooooo fantastic! I love it, can't wait to get home and try it out this afternoon! keep up the creative ideas

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  20. I really really want to play with one of these! Thanks for the opportunity. :)

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  21. wow cool technique great video
    Steph

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  22. I love the beautiful looks that you create with the Gelli Plate! I really love the tutorial as well.

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  23. Looks like so much fun... and would be awesome to win. Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win.
    Shawna
    byshawnarae@gmail.com

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  24. This is really exciting, I am going to try this, and keep my fingers crossed I get something near this wonderful! Thanks for the great giveaway, sharing now on FB....

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  25. I want to learn this so much. Would love it if I won. I shared on Facebook.

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  26. Love the look of the tape technique! TFS

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  27. I never would have thought that you can let paint dry on the gelli plate and be able to get it off--this is a great project!

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  28. Cool, great tutorial. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  29. Wow what a great video , thanks for sharing. So many cool things. Again WOW, WOW. Would love to win and feel we are all winners having learned so much from you, Thank so much.

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  30. Another great idea. I am getting my plate out at the weekend. I have pinned it, tweeted and shared it on Facebook.

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  31. What a great idea! I'll have to give it a try.

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  32. OMG! Just when I think I've seen all the techniques for playing with a Gelli plate, here comes a new one. What an awesome idea and beautifully executed print! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us. I think I'll need to get all sizes of Gellis to experiment more. Creating with the Gelli plate has freed me from fears of blank pages and building complex background layers. PLAY ON!!!!!

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  33. Oooh! I must give this a try! I have been coveting a gelli plate for months now! Thanks for the great tips and techniques. I'd love to win! Thanks so much for the chance!

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  34. Oh My GOSH
    literally...there are light bulbs going off in my head and I have now added the gelli plate to my ever growing wish list!...thanks so much and I shall share it in Facebook and on my blog

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  35. This was an awesome tutorial. I love all the colors and techniques you used. Will no need to rush out and buy more packing tape! Bette

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  36. WOW! Thanks for the amazing video. This is sooooo coool!!! Can't wait to give it a try. This is a whole new gelli print idea. WOW WOW WOW! :0)

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  37. This is very cool. I can see adhering the tape (or laminating film) to plexiglass for a faux stained glass project. Or adding it to a glass vase (bottle, box etc) for the same type effect.

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  38. I tweeted about the giveaway! https://twitter.com/ebandit36201/status/338027715473076224

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  39. I have been addicted to the Gelli Plate since first trying it. It will be fun to try new techniques.

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  40. It seems the possibilities are endless. Thanks for this technique... I'm going to try it with some clear masking film. Keep 'em coming! Shared on Pinterest.

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  41. Crazy cool! I think the gelli plate would be a great addition to our homeschool art supply box!

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  42. Thanks for the tutorial. This looks like s0 much fun - I cannot wait to try it. Definitely need to pick up a couple more brayers

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  43. I have been coveting a gelli plate. It is first priority on my list. I love the designs you can make!

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  44. What a great process! I just bought a gelli plate, and cannot WAIT to use it like this!! I like the idea that the tape cleans the plate, too. Thank you for posting this!

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  45. These are the best ideas I've seen so far, for using my Gelli plate. I am sharing on Pinterest and Facebook!

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  46. Wow! Wow! Wow! I am super inspired. I just start to get my head round all the incredibly amazing things the Gelli Plate can do & then bamm, you come up with even more great ideas. I have to give printing on clear adhesive tape a go, especially with Guilding flakes = Way Cool!

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  47. Great tutorial! Would love to win...

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  48. Gelli plate transfers are a fab idea, thank you! Please put my name in the hat for your wonderful giveaway :)

    x

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  49. I so need to try this wow thanks

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  50. This is one of the COOLEST Gelli Plate techniques I have ever seen!!
    Can't wait to try it.
    Thank you for the chance to win all these goodies! :)

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  51. Another great idea for the gelli plate. I love my play days making paper with my gelli plate

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  52. Oh my gosh this is fabulous! I am headed for my Gelli plate right now! THANK YOU!

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  53. I never cease to be amazed!

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  54. I'm going to try this technique soon! so amazing! And thanks for the enter to win opportunity!

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  55. Another excellent technique, which I can't wait to try :-) xx

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  56. very inspiring! I am ready to experiment with printmaking!

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  57. OMG...I just taught a class at Queen's Ink in Savage MD and when I was there Patti says "you have to have this"...meaning a Gelli Plate...took it home, played around with it using just some paint...loved the results but now I am really in love with what I just saw in your video...AWESOME!!!!...now if I can only get some time to play...I even bookmarked this sight so I can return and learn more...

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  58. That is SO clever! I can't wait to try!

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  59. This was awesome. Thanks for sharing. Love the idea.

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  60. What a beautiful technique to use with the Gelli plate! I love the addition of metallic to the tape - so very cool!!!

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  61. This is so awesome! I had to post it to my friend Amber's wall! She'd love it so if I won it I'd give it to her :D

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  62. going to try this with cold mount adhesive!

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  63. wow, some of my favorite product.. Love everything you share with us...

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  64. OMG please put my name in the pot of winners. Love this Gelli plate and whoever thought of it is a genius. Have a great weekend
    xo
    Annette

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  65. completely amazing! i'm stunned at the incredibly creative results and things to do with this amazing product. you guys rock!!!

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  66. what a cool tutorial - and giveaway! i just started using a Gelli Plate last week and i'm hooked. :)
    + i shared on Pinterest...

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  67. Thank you for sharing the technique! Please count me in in your generous giveaway! Have a great memorial day! Helen from Ukraine visiting friends in USA - I fell in love with Floyd, VA!

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  68. I have been wondering about this Gelli Plate printing that people have posting on facebook! Now I understand and want to try it!!!! This looks like lots of fun and the possibilities are endless on the colors and designs I could create! Too cool! Thanks for explaining and sharing a video!

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  69. the possibilities are endless! I'm inspired!
    ever hopeful.

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  70. I love to see new techniques for the Gelli plate, thanks so much for sharing. I check in on your blog often looking for new and intersting ideas!

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  71. OMG! I already LOVE my Gelli plate. I didn't think I could love it any more than I do. I stand corrected! I seriously can't wait to try this!

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  72. WOW! Another cool technique! Can't wait to try this one! Never thought of applying the old packing tape technique to Gelli goodness!

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  73. Please keep these new techniques coming, love them. I love my Gelli plate especially seeing all these new ways to use it. Thank you so much for your blog and keeping us informed.

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  74. Great tutorial and great technique :-)

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  75. Oh, what awesome techniques! The gelli plate inspirations are endless. Thank-you for the giveaway opportunity. Drawing is on my birthday...!!

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  76. Neat technique! Would love to try it!

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  77. Your videos have inspired me to try printmaking....I can't wait to get started. Thank you for the wonderful and informative videos...they are so inspirational!!

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  78. This is really fun new idea! I just got together today with three friends for Gelli experimental day - lots of fun!

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  79. Just Tweeted this post! Now there's still time to Gelli play while dinner cooks.....

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  80. Can't wait to give it a try. My hubby bought me a plate for our anniversary lol I know not everyone's idea of "the right kind of gift" but art supplies tickle my fancy in ways jewelry doesn't.

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  81. Sweet give away! Please enter me in the drawing. I pinned about this here - http://pinterest.com/pin/229472543486196155/. Thank you for this opportunity and for always keeping me inspired. :)

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  82. What a great idea. I will have to restrain myself from getting started immediately.

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  83. This is amazing. The possibilities with the gelli plate are just endless...I would love to win one. Thanks so much for such an awesome product, such inspiring video's, and great give-a-way's.
    x0x0x
    Monica

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  84. Another great technique!!! Fantastic!

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  85. Pat Coletti AllossoMay 24, 2013 at 7:38 PM

    great demo on a gelli print technique It is so creative

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  86. Oh, I would LOVE to win a gelli plate! Thanks for this great technique. Sharing!

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  87. I love all your Gelli tips. Since May 29th is my birthday, a surprise package is just what I need! Thanks.

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  88. What a great technique !!! I can't wait to try it !!!

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  89. This looks fun, hope to try it.

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  90. Cool techniques! Can't wait to try them. What a great giveaway. Ty.

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  91. OMGosh! This is so cool! Amazing to see that tape come up. Count me in the drawing, for sure!! :)

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  92. What an excellent technique!!! LUV it!

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  93. The gelli plate has so many uses for out-of-sight projects! The tutorials are great and I watch them again and again. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  94. I can't wait to try this. it looks so great. I had tons of fun yesterday making prints with my Gelli plate. i now have all the backgrounds I'll need for a while.

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  95. Great technique. Can't wait to try.

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  96. Ohhh, I love my gelli plate! Would loooove to have another one!!!

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  97. I have seen this demonstrated with the laminating sheets, but what a clever idea to use the packing tape! Can't wait to try this tonight. I belong to a Surface Design Guild that will meet this Sunday to work with Gelli Plates. I'll be sure to let them know about this technique. Thank you for the great idea and for the opportunity to win the giveaway!

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  98. This is so cool - I want to try it out! I just found out about Gelli plates and want to get one!!

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  99. what a super fun and cool idea! thanks for all of your great videos and techniques. thanks for a chance to win....fingers crossed!

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  100. This technique is inspiring gets me to switch gears on ways to use my Gelli plate. It has been so worth the money. More hours of entertainment than a movie!
    Oh I also pinned it to win it!

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  101. I am a gelli plate junkie and have made many things with it, I just love this technique, thanks so much for sharing. I will be trying it out. Thanks also for the chance to win.

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  102. I really enjoy it when you guys come up with new ways for me to use my gelli plate (which I already love using anyway)! Such versatility!

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  103. What a great idea to create your own unique tape for art journals! I'd love to win this amazing giveaway:) - Heidi

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  104. Very fun technique. Can hardly wait for my gelli plate to arrive. Will have to give it a try.

    Sharing on pinterest also.

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  105. I love my Gelli plate, and this looks like a great new way to use it. Awesome! (I also shared this on Pinterest)

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  106. How Cool!! I am speechless!! can't wait to try it out! Loved the metallic look! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  107. Wow, just beautiful! Love this technique!

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  108. I can't wait to try this awesome technique! Thanks for sharing!

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  109. Would like to try these materials as surface design elements added to my hangings.
    www.donnafaydigance.com

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  110. Very cool! I'm in it to win it!
    textilerecycler@yahoo.com

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  111. Great video, thanks for the offer

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  112. Awesome!!! Endless possibilities with the gelli plate!

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  113. Forgot to mention I shared this on Pinterest!

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  114. great idea! thanks! would love to give it a try on my next piece.

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  115. the possibilities are endless! I'm inspired!
    ever hopeful.

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  116. I really love this technique this is so beautiful. Thanks a bunch for the opportunity to win.

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  117. What a great technique. I will have to give this a try.

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  118. Wow how beautiful! I'm waiting for my gelli plate to arrive. Then I can try all these cool things.

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  119. Love this transfer technique, can't wait to try it!!!

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  120. Ok, that was probably one of the coolest techniques I've ever seen!! Wow!!

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  121. OH WOW this is so cool, I just love it!! can't wait to try it! but it will have to wait till after kitchen reno :-(

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  122. Oh my goodness, thank you for this one. Can't wait to try. Do you know when the 12 x 14 plate will be avaiable in the UK?

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  123. Great techniques!!! Can't wait to give them a try!

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  124. Sharing on FaceBook and Pinterest

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  125. Oh my gosh, this is so awesome! I shared on The Stamp Addict Facebook page! Thank you for this great technique!

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  126. After watching this video I now know that I NEED a gelli plate.

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  127. I love that technique! So many cool possibilities for it.

    Thanks for a great video and the chance to win and pay it forward.

    I've pinned and commented on Facebook and am about to share it as well!

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  128. je vais vite essayer cette nouvelle technique!

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  129. a very good technique ...thank you

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  130. Wow, what a fantastic technique ! The colours really pop with the metallic background. One I'm definitely going to try ! Sue C x

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  131. Fantastic-
    so many cool ideas ,here- I almost just recieved my Gelli plate, all the way from you, to Denmark, and LOVES it -Thankyou.

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  132. What a fabulous idea! Thanks!

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  133. Wow I just have to try this...now!!
    Karen

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  134. Would love this fantastic give away

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  135. This is the coolest thing I've seen for ages.

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  136. Like Annette, light bulbs going off in my head. How cool, have heard about them but not looked before. On my wish list if I dont win this one, thanks for giveaaway. Shared on facebook

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  137. Thanks for this great idea! Love to try it out. Keep my fingers crossed for the giveaway.

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  138. Love this idea, will def be giving this a go to use in my art journal. Great give away too. Fingers crossed!!

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  139. Everytime I see one of your videos I get more and more inspired. Thank you so much for sharing these ideas

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  140. I love the versatility of the Gelli plate. Its awesome to see people use it in a unique way.

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  141. I have been wanting to try Gelli plates for quite some time now. Especially after I have seen some of the amazing creations my friends have made. Thank you for the chance at winning!

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  142. I shared this blog post on my Facebook page. :) Thanks again!

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  143. I'd love to try this! What an awesome giveway! (PS I saw this from Alison's post on her facebook page)

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  144. shared on facebook :-)

    PS - I would LOVE it if you would turn off the captcha code!

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  145. OMG I love this tape idea! I want to try it!!

    Sharing on FB & Twitter!

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  146. Oh My Goodness...this is Fabulous!!!!! I so want to try this one out!!! Thank you so much!!!! I LOVE IT!!! I just sent this link to my BFF!!!! We took a class last Saturday, but this is the best!!!

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  147. I can't wait to share this technique with my teenage grand daughter! The possibilities are endless.

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  148. What a great technique! And such an easy way to clean your plate indeed. LOL
    The Gelli Plate was on my wishlist already, but now it's even more so!

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  149. Oh my Gosh, I got so excited by all the possibilities that I was oohing and ahhing and itching to break out my gelli plate once again!!!

    Thanks ever so much,
    Donna

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  150. What an awesome technique! I would love to win.

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  151. Wow! What fun! A first, I thought the tape would stick to the plate! haha Great idea! Can't wait to try it.

    Thanks so much for the give-away!

    Barbara

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  152. How amazing. The colors and patterns shine brilliantly. I love the ideas for adding background texture. Thanks for sharing these great techniques.

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  153. Fantastic technique for a non artist to be an artist I just love it it is like being back at schooldoing potato prints mary

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  154. This is fabulous! I would so love to win this giveaway so i can try these ideas! thanks for the chance.

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  155. Just when I think I've seen every gelli plate technique.....this is wonderful! Can't wait to find the time to try it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  156. Would love to experiment with a Gelli Plate

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  157. This is TOTALLY cool!!!!! LOVE it and thanks for the opportunity to win!
    Shared on my FB as well!

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  158. this is sooooooo cool I can hardly stand it!! just beautiful!

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  159. Very cool techniques. Would love to win. Thanks

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  160. I've just stumbled on the whole gelli print phenomenon and I'm intrigued. I would love to win.

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  161. Happy to see a new technique. I'd never have thought to do this. Thanks.

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  162. thanks for sharing a grwat video. I would love to try a gelli.plate

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  163. Great techniques to use with my Gelli plate!!! Thanks for the give away too!

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  164. fantastic. can' wait to try this

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  165. I love this technique! Thanks for the opportunity to win prizes.

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  166. I would LOVE this. And what a great idea!!!

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  167. What a brilliant idea. I can see so many uses for this technique.

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  168. A wonderful technique, thanks for the chance.

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  169. So cool! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  170. Thank you so much. I love your videos and ideas. Give aways are fun too!

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  171. I pinned it on Pinterest too.

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  172. What a great post. Opened my eyes to all the things one can do with the Gelli Plate. I shall Pin IT.

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  173. I love gelli prints they are so much fun. I just love the idea of using packaging tape and I have TONS of that :) I'd love to be the proud owner of a 6x6 gelli plate.

    Theresa P.

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  174. In addition to posting a comment, I have also entered a reference to this on my blog at http://stampingontheplateau.blogspot.com/.

    Brenda P

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  175. This is a fantastic technique

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  176. Loved the post and video. Will have to make a gelli plate as I AM going to try this. Shared on pinterest

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  177. WOW!!! What a super idea for yet another use for the Gelli plate!!! I love, LOVE how the samples turned out!!!

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  178. I just tried this technique today and am really impressed with how easy it was to create. I love the effect and the ability to create my own decorative tapes with the colors and patterns I desire. Thanks so much for sharing this cool tutorial and for giving us a chance to win too!

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  179. I have a page sized Gelli plate I bought over a year ago but have not used, yet. What a great inspiration to do so!!! I'd love to win this package - a small plate would be fun to play with, too.

    :) Linda

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  180. I also pinned it here: http://pinterest.com/thecraftlab/gellin-with-gelli-arts/

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  181. I also shared a link on my blog here: http://thecraftlabchronicles.blogspot.com/2013/05/a-quick-gelli-plate-exercise.html

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  182. You never know what you can do with art supplies!! What a fun way to transfer.

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  183. What a great idea. So many things to do with this technique. Thanks. Of course, winning would be great.

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  184. Fabulous! Can't wait to try it! I pinned it here:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/259731103482545029/

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  185. This is a great tutorial, fun technique for altered books, artist trading cards, art journals and mixed media works.Thanks for the opportunity to enter this contest.

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  186. I'm definitely going to try this technique! I've only just started gelli printing, but am already overflowing with ideas. Can't wait for more quality 1-on-1 time with my gelli plate!

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  187. I have been dying to try this gelli printing stuff but the plates are so pricy here in the UK ...
    You (and the plates of course) constantly amaze and surprise us. Thank you so much.

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