Why mono printing with the Gel Press is so addicting

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Why mono printing with the Gel Press is so addicting
Hi there! Last week I uploaded a video with a few cards that I created using the Gel Press. I got a lot of comments on that one (yeah, mostly because it’s part of a blog hop πŸ˜‰ ), but a few people said that they have never seen that technique. So I thought I create a video with nothing but mono prints.

Here is my video. While you can watch me creating all these prints, I’m telling you a little about the Gel Press.

Yes, I had a lot of fun that day! My floor was full of Gel Press prints. So full that I couldn’t cross the room anymore, lol.
Why mono printing with the Gel Press is so addicting

Why mono printing with the Gel Press is so addicting

Tipp: If you’d like to get an in-depth tutorial for the Gel Press, check out Carolyn Dube’s new workshop FUNdamentals here. She is one of my favorite teachers.

Supplies Used

Here are all the paints and inks that I used:

As explained in the video, I created some books with the prints. Here they are:
Why mono printing with the Gel Press is so addicting

Why mono printing with the Gel Press is so addicting

Why mono printing with the Gel Press is so addicting

Why mono printing with the Gel Press is so addicting

2 Comments:

  1. These are gorgeous. I need to play with mine more.

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