I started actually using some of the gelli plate prints I have made, and I am really excited about them! One page is an art journal page, and the other is just doodles so far. I’m not sure the second one will ever get words on it, because I am really liking the doodles, and it just feels ‘done’ the way it is now. I was a little worried that the layer of paint would make it difficult to doodle with the micron pen, and that it might end up that I could only use gel pens or markers on my gelli pages, but that’s not the case at all! The micron pen worked wonderfully and I can see a lot more doodle gelli pages in my future!
“Without rain there would be no flowers.” Or, You have to have some bad to appreciate the good. Although I love when it rains most of the time, especially in the spring and summer! I used one of the gelli plate prints for the background and I kept it simple; just sharpies, 2 gel pens, and watercolors.
This one is just the gelli print and a Micron pen. I had a lot of fun making this one, the orange and pink are such a fun combination and pattern from the bubble wrap makes me smile 🙂
So, two gelli prints used, only about 600+ to go! Hahaha just kidding, I’m sure there’s not THAT many. But I haven’t counted, just in case 😉
Thanks so much for stopping by! If you have been obsessed with making gelli plate prints too, I would love to see them! Leave me a link in the comments and I’ll check them out.