Inspired by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer and Louise Nelson, I decided to give it a go.
I actually made my 'gelli plate' from a piece of 'fun foam', which seems to be standing up well to its use!
|home-made 'gelli plate'|
Using turquoise and tapioca paint, & blue and green card, I started to play! On some I also used a stamp with the paint.
I did several more! The brighter green and blue are the colour of the card, as I used a mask of torn paper to create the background shape.
I decided to make a card from the one on the right.
I had already stamped the 'flowers' in both paint colours. I sketched round the edge of the masked shape with an opaque white pen. I stamped the butterfly and corners and embossed them with Stampendous Frantage aged silver embossing powder and finally added the ChitChat words and the raffia bow.
(Household objects - torn paper from notebook, raffia, (& home-made 'gelli plate') & I used Stampendous embossing powder as mentioned above.)
Back soon! Kay