Friday, 4 April 2014

ooooo....inkygeliness on a journal page


I carried on playing with my gelli plate and inks for this week's Stampotique project.  What is great about colouring a page with dye ink pad inks is that you can use a journal with thin pages and they don't need gluing together to make them thicker or gessoing!


This time I brayered some inks onto my gelli plate, then placed a stencil on it and brayered some ink through that before placing my journal on the plate and taking a print.


Stamping onto the gelli plate then taking a print off it makes the stamped image look slightly different (and reversed!)


I turned the gelli plate over so I could see where I was placing my reversed stamped image.....


....then added some more 'shrooms' stamped on text paper, and repeatedly stamped 'each life needs it's own quiet place'.


'Owlseeyou' is enjoying his own quiet place!  I gave the page a bit more 'zing' by adding some colour from my ink pads using a sponge.

Over on the Stampotique blog post I have a question for you!

Stampotique stamps used:
Owlseeyou by Kira Nichols
heart tie by Jo Capper-Sandon
Giant Shroom by Jo Capper-Sandon
Mushroom group by Jo Capper-Sandon
Quiet Place by Jo Capper-Sandon


9 comments:

  1. I like your cute owl and mushroom forest!

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  2. Gorgeous pages I might have to give in and get a Gelli plate!!!! Going to spend my weekend "Dumfing" lol, always think of you when I set the machine up ;) Elizabeth xxx

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  3. Fantastic page Sarah! Loving your Gelli plate play :-) x

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  4. Wonderful page, I just love my gelli plate and you've done a fantastic job creating here.

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  5. Love learning new ways to use my gelli plate, Sarah! Love your mushroom garden "quiet place" you have created here for that wee owl!

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  6. Little owl looks very pleased with what you made for him! Love the heart added to the 'shroom. Hugs Chrisx

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  7. Such adorable pages Sarah...I love that cutie pie owl! Your work is always such an interesting feast for the eyes! ♥ xo

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  8. Ooh, must get my gelli plate out and baptise it with inks! Lovely stuff x

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  9. Great tips with the Gelli plate
    Looks like the mushroom stamp is well loved. :-) Great project!

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