Segmented Gelli printing

After watching the talented Roben-Marie Smith use her Gelli plate to print segmented tags and papers, I was inspired to give it a try. I am very new to using the Gelli plate for printing so having a tutorial was really helpful. I tried not to create any muddy colors and am happy with my first results.

The stencils I used are from Tim Holtz, the larger ones seemed to give clearer images. I used book pages and envelopes to print on; I like the extra depth that text backgrounds add. I will probably use these in my junk journals.

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