Tutorial: Beautiful Image Transfers on Gelli® Printed Backgrounds with @BirgitKoopsen!  To create the image transfer you need laser prints or photo copies (inkjet does not work well with this technique), gel medium (I prefer Liquitex Matte Medium because it is so fluid and smooth and easy to work with), a soft brush, a bank or gift card, paper towels, baby wipes, a bowl of water and of course your beautiful Gelli® prints.

Tutorial: Beautiful Image Transfers on Gelli® Printed Backgrounds with @BirgitKoopsen! To create the image transfer you need laser prints or photo copies (inkjet does not work well with this technique), gel medium (I prefer Liquitex Matte Medium because it is so fluid and smooth and easy to work with), a soft brush, a bank or gift card, paper towels, baby wipes, a bowl of water and of course your beautiful Gelli® prints.

Tutorial: Beautiful Image Transfers on Gelli® Printed Backgrounds with @BirgitKoopsen!  To create the image transfer you need laser prints or photo copies (inkjet does not work well with this technique), gel medium (I prefer Liquitex Matte Medium because it is so fluid and smooth and easy to work with), a soft brush, a bank or gift card, paper towels, baby wipes, a bowl of water and of course your beautiful Gelli® prints.

Tutorial: Beautiful Image Transfers on Gelli® Printed Backgrounds with @BirgitKoopsen! To create the image transfer you need laser prints or photo copies (inkjet does not work well with this technique), gel medium (I prefer Liquitex Matte Medium because it is so fluid and smooth and easy to work with), a soft brush, a bank or gift card, paper towels, baby wipes, a bowl of water and of course your beautiful Gelli® prints.

Enhance your art by adding a layer of monoprinted sheer fabric, such as organza or habotai silk!  -- Layering Gelli® printed sheer fabrics as a collage element can add depth to your artwork. Whether you work on journal pages, cards, canvas, fabric collage, art quilts, watercolors, or mixed media — adding your own translucent monoprinted fabric gives it a different look!

Enhance your art by adding a layer of monoprinted sheer fabric, such as organza or habotai silk! -- Layering Gelli® printed sheer fabrics as a collage element can add depth to your artwork. Whether you work on journal pages, cards, canvas, fabric collage, art quilts, watercolors, or mixed media — adding your own translucent monoprinted fabric gives it a different look!

I will also do more stamping. The white marks below are some preliminary marks made with fun foam stamps and acrylic paint. The blue circles are made with the end of a cork I found while walking. --A Few Hours Later | reclinerart

A Few Hours Later

I will also do more stamping. The white marks below are some preliminary marks made with fun foam stamps and acrylic paint. The blue circles are made with the end of a cork I found while walking. --A Few Hours Later | reclinerart

Tutorial: Gelli® Printing on Sheer Fabrics! Printed sheer fabrics are wonderful for layering over collage, or text— and other papers, like sheet music, maps, ephemera, simple drawings, or other Gelli® prints. You can adhere the sheer fabric with matte medium — or your favorite collage adhesive.

Tutorial: Gelli® Printing on Sheer Fabrics! Printed sheer fabrics are wonderful for layering over collage, or text— and other papers, like sheet music, maps, ephemera, simple drawings, or other Gelli® prints. You can adhere the sheer fabric with matte medium — or your favorite collage adhesive.

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