As you know I loved taking part in the Gelli Plate challenge that Brigit Koopsen hosted!I just realised that I hadn't posted the final five!
I learned so much and I do know that I will never leave my Gelli-plates tucked away in drawer again!
I have enlarged my favourites.
Day 27 - Cardboard
So many ways to use a piece of corrugated card
Day 28 Comb
I made two combs and made quite a few different patterns
Day 29 Egg Box
Loved this and saw so many other brilliant examples!
Day 30 Water Soluble crayons
I wasn't so happy with the prints on the copy paper I was using but when I saw a tip from someone else who had the same results, I switched to watercolour paper.
Day 31 Primary colours
These are the colours I used
Although I like the prints I made I did see lots of others with much brighter results so need to practice more - what a great excuse and I still want to try making image transfers with my gelli plate!
Take a look at Birgit's videos here if you want to know more about Gelli printing!
Thanks for looking, Chris