Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Summer of Color week 2

Yesterday I showed you how I played with the gelli plate and ended up with these prints.
And then wasn't sure what to do with them!

Do you use Pinterest?  You can find me here.  I was pinning things yesterday and wondered whether there was any point as the whole thing was supposed to be about inspiration and I have rarely used the hundreds of things I've pinned to inspire me.  However yesterday I came across a doodle/zentangle sampler that I had pinned and realised the way the page was structured would be a great way to use the gelli plate prints I'd made.

So here it is: my orange and hot pink page.

Thanks for stopping by.
Bernice

32 comments:

  1. Gellitastic, love the collage or montage of the different samples BJ#13

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  2. Gelli plates sound fun. Your art is wonderful...x

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  3. yes that grid layout really shows your patterns well

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  4. Wonderful use of you print. The colors are fantastic.

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  5. loving the collage you have made with these fab designs. Annette x

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  6. I've read about gelli plates online but still not quite sure exactly WHAT they are. For someone who doesn't want to sink a lot of $$ into a new product/technique until she tries it out... is there something else you can use as the "plate" to give the technique a test drive?

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    1. Have a look at this blog post: http://newlycreative.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/monoprinting.html

      I resisted the gelli plate until I was offered a used one with a discount price!

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  7. Oh - and I meant to say - your collage is gorgeous!

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  8. Yes, your collage is wonderful. Great designs!:)

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  9. Great work I have to say and may need to invest in a jelly plate :)
    ManonX

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  10. Great way to use your gelli designs ! Looks great ! Ali x

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  11. I loved this when I saw it on facebook and it is great to see it here in a bigger photo... it is even lovelier

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  12. Ohh, WOWW!. Another wonderful collection of gorgeous gelli prints!!. Ahh, by the end of it, you'd have a mountain of yummy papers for art. Wonderful!!!. Oh yes, I LOVE pinterest, maybe a little bit too much sometimes :).

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  13. Oh yes, that's a wonderful idea! And the composition and colors work together beautifully. Boy, I'm learning that I really need a gelli plate ;) xoxo

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  14. Wow! What an effect and great idea. Love the way you used your colors!

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  15. lovely page!

    http://www.cmlk79.blogspot.ca/2013/06/summer-of-color-orange-and-hot-pink.html

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  16. This is gorgeous and a fabulous way to display your prints. Visiting from SOC.

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  17. I love your orange and hot pink SOC page, and your description of how you came to the inspiration for the final image. What a good idea, and it's like a lovely quilt.

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  18. WOW! So cool! I love all of your prints and how your final work turned out! Beautiful!!!

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  19. What a great idea - I haven't done geli prints but this makes me tempted to try!

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  20. These are gorgeous. I don't have a gelli plate, but I've used gelatin a LOT in the past. Your pieces made a superb collage.

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  21. Love your collage, very creative!

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  22. Wonderful. Waht a great use of your gelli prints. I must remember that one =).
    xx

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  23. Oh I love this all these yummy pieces are awesome!! Love geli plate work..

    Hugs Giggles

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  24. Love these colours, you got some fantastic prints. great way to use them as well. :)

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  25. This looks fun, love the colours you have used.
    Thanks for joining us at Craft Mojo.
    Sally. x

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