DIY Gelli Plate: Attempt 1

Ghost print 1ghost print 2Well I had a go at making my own gelli plate. BUT I accidentally put too much glycerin in it. It printed perfectly, but the prints remained a bit sticky….hmm, I have tried to rectify this by melting it down and adding a splash more water…just waiting for it to set….fingers crossed! If not, I might need to go get some more gelatine!

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Posted on 24/04/2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Wow. Looks amazing. Love the pattern and colours on the second pic. Have had making a gelli plate on my to-do list. You’re inspiring me! x

  2. Thank you for liking my blog, I am following yours. I love the patterns you made from this attempt

  3. Very clever! I must try using the Geli Plate one day.

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