Gelli Printed ATC’s with Lindy’s and Asia

Hi lovelies! Time for another tutorial and another experiment, this time with Gelli printing, Squirts, Magicals and Shakers. I decided to try and see how will the Gelli printing works with Lindy’s products. Everybody uses acrylics and you know me, I like to play and see what else is there to be done. The Gelli printing with Lindy’s works! The effects are different but in a good way. I did only one try, but I will surely do it again, looking for all the ways, colors and patterns  I can get.

Today though I have for you a set of ATC’s, all in pastel tons and all about innocence- totally different than most of my projects.

I also prepared for you a video tutorial, basic step-by-step list and few close-ups photos.

Basic Process

  • Squeeze out, sprinkle or spray Lindy’s products onto the Gelli printing plate (mine is homemade), add water if needed for Magicals, place stencil over the paint, then a sheet of paper ( I used regular printing paper) and pass the Brayer over the paper
  • When the paper is dry, tear it into pieces fitting your ATC cards bases
  • Add some stamping, doodling, etc. and/ or run the cards through sewing machine to add some distressed look
  • Stamp the images you are planning to use on watercolor/ mixed-media paper, color them if needed (I used Magicals as watercolors) and glue them to the cards
  • Add finishing touches, embellishments, word stickers, additional backing to the cards, etc.

Link to my video:

Lindy’s Products

Other products

  • Ab Studio stencils: # 114,  # 90, Carabelle Studio Art Printing- Stripped Lines Background and stamp set- Innocence, Archival Ink by Ranger, Mat Gel- Pebeo, Rubber Dance stamp- Stitch and Frame, Distress Oxides- Salty Ocean & Wilted Violet, Ink It embossing pad by Ranger, Studio Light background stamp, Water Soluble Oil Pastels, UniBall Signo white pen, Glossy Accents by Ranger,  Small Talk by Tim Holtz, Nuvo- Crystal Drops

 

Thank you for stopping by!

Have a great day,

Asia


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