Gelli Plate!

Spent my Memorial Day with my mom and a homemade gelli plate (from gelatin and alcohol). We used a few (three) hand-cut stencils, some plastic mesh, and a bunch of hand-carved rubber stamps. Here’s a selection of what we got.

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2 thoughts on “Gelli Plate!

    1. I think the homemade plate is a much better deal than buying one. Not only are they cheaper, but you can make them in the size you want (granted you have a mold in the size you want). You can also remelt it if–and when– it breaks and remold it. It’s especially useful if you’ve never done monoprints before because if you don’t like it, it’s just jello and you haven’t spent 30 bucks on a gelli plate. I’m planning on using my prints as art journal backgrounds. Let me know if you have any more questions! Thanks for reading!

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