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Make your own Gelatin Printing Plate

Hi Everyone,

I made a gelatin printing plate and I am going to share that with you, but not here on my blog, but over at STAMPlorations.

     My STAMPlorations supplies:
          preview-web-stencil-001-leaves-large.jpeg    birthday-worddie   preview-artedges-cutplorations

Curious about the whole process? Visit the STAMPlorations blog for a full tutorial!

Remember if you try out any of the techniques from our Spotlight posts and hook your project up at our Spotlight Project Showcase  you have a chance to win a $15 gift certificate (random drawing) OR your choice of 5x7 stamp set + a Spotlight Project guest designer spot (randomly drawn from the Top 3 picks).

to get 20% off on all stamps, stencils, and dies on all regular- and sale-priced items in the store.

Happy Mono Printing!

Linking up with:
Simon Says Stamps - anything goes
Addicted to Stamps and More - make your mark
Night Shift Stamping - no designer paper
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papierelle said…
Der Effekt ist toll, jetzt schau ich mal rüber.
Lorraine A said…
Gorgeous card Cornelia :-) the background is fabulous and I love how you made your own gelatin plate, the whole design is awesome!! :-)

thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Lols x x x
Kim Heggins said…
Simply beautiful Miss Cornelia, so clever and so beautiful.
conil said…
...and you're a chemist, too. Is there anything you can't do. I think not! Clearly you've mastered gelli plates...even have a recipe. All of those backgrounds are amazing...looking forward seeing how you use them on cards in the future.
Anita in France said…
Amazing, Cornelia ... that's your personally created gelli plate as well as all those awesome backgrounds ... this one is especially delicious! Hugs, Anita :)
Mac Mable said…
Fabulous inspiration. Thank you for the how to make the plate over at Stamplorations and such an artsy and gorgeous card x Love the left hand edging of your card too x
Flo said…
Das ist auch mal wieder eine tolle Karte. Wie hier zu sehen ist, braucht man eigentlich wirklich kein Designpapier, es geht auch wunderbar ohne.
Super, dass du wieder bei NSS dabei bist. Ich drück dir die Daumen für die Auslosung.
LG Flo
Cath Wilson said…
This is so beautiful - bright, colourful and a perfect design - not to mention the instructions for the gelli plate! Lovely work x
Nandini said…
Love, love, love this! It is just gorgeous! And thanks for the geli plate recipe. Definitely gonna try it! Great to see you in the ATSM gallery. All the very best. Hope you join in again soon. Nandini, DT

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