Thursday, July 10, 2014

More Gelli Plate Play

Previously, I'd stained a sheet of 140-lb. watercolor paper with blue watercolor; after that dried, I printed it with red acrylic paint using my 9"X12" stencil Twinship.  Today I've used that as a background for still more in my ongoing series of collages created with the use of stained stencils themselves.  The two stencils below were stained beautifully as I continued Gelli Plate printing yesterday.  I can always buy more stencils, and these were just too much to my liking for me to use them any further as tools.  They've come art.  I'll show them separately, then together:

Above:  My 4"X4" stencil Fern Fronds Silhouette.

Above:  My 6"X6" stencil Palm Fronds Silhouette Small -- which also comes in a 4"X4" size labeled Mini.

Above:  The two stencils together.  I like the way the larger stencil opens large on its upper right to frame an "eye" in the print from my Twinship stencil.


  1. Love this. I just ordered some of your stencils.

  2. Thanks, Denise, for your kind words -- and have fun with the stencils! :-)