It’s so easy to get carried away pulling prints, but if you don’t art journal or collage, what can you do with them?? Here are some of my Gelli print projects.
For most of them clicking the image will take you to the post and much more detail/more photos.
Art Speak Gelliprint book. click the image to go to the finished project, and HERE to see how it began and HERE to get the Turtle Wrap cover instructions.
Little mini-book (click this link) with a packing tape decorated cover:
iPhone and iPad packing tape covers
- iPhone and simple iPad post is HERE
- Printed iPad right-on-the-cover is HERE, packing tape overlay is HERE
A little Gelli-printed Art Journal from a file folder – you can see a page here and here:
I made this shelf card (instructions and Template in the link) from Gelli prints, and sent it off to the USA to an inspiring blogger.
Did you know that the surface of self-adhesive wallpaper borders is a perfect surface for Gelli printing? Just a quick coat of paint or gesso and you are away…
A fold-note from a Gelli print – instructions in the post:
This Top Hat project uses a Gelli print pulled on a paper towel.
This is a CD calendar made using masking and printable calendar sheets:
You will see in that post that you can easily cover it with Gelli prints pulled on the sticky side of contact paper, then use them to decorate:
I improved the visibility of the hands here.
And this post has the construction of the book.
08/03/2016 at 7:37 pm
Wow these are amazing ideas.
04/09/2013 at 4:49 am
Wow, great projects! I have been thinking about making a coffee filter book but you did it!