Supplies: Gel Press 12 x 14 plate Impressables Overlapping Circles Petite Set A, 3″ square plate Winsor Newton Masking Fluid Fineliner bottle with needle applicator Joggles Foam stamp Printing paper (2 pieces), one for registration/placement, one for printing Brayer Golden Open Acrylics in the following colors: Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold Indian Yellow Hue Titan Buff Napthol Red Medium Teal Jacqueline… Read More
Gel Press Monoprinting Products are so versatile! They are the 'little black dress' of your mixed-media supply toolkit. The Gel Press team is constantly looking for ways to push the edge of what you can do with our products.
My latest creative obsession has been with words. I’ve got a list of “power” words I came up with, I considered choosing a one word theme for 2017 (but couldn’t narrow it down that much!), and I just really love combining the power of words with the power of art. I’ve been adding words to my Gel Press prints with… Read More
I recently printed yardage with a Gel Press plate and discovered a few tips to make the process easier. The largest Gel Press plate is 12” x 14” and the fabric that I wanted to print was 108” long and 54” wide so I needed a way to cover the fabric with printing using the plate to create repeats and… Read More
This exciting art adventure will take you on an exploration using a 6×6 Gel Press plate with Pebeo Setacolor fabric paint and Setascrib marking pens. Be prepared to leave your critic outside the door. You will play with colors, glitter paint, a substance that feels like a jelly fish and create. There are no mistakes. One can paint over anything… Read More
I like to create small pieces with my Gel Press plate for cards and postcards. I also had a couple small canvas panels that I thought would be perfect for this project. It’s great to use stencils in your gel printing, but you can also use handmade masks. Cut interesting things out of magazines….people, animals, houses….to make your art unique…. Read More
Hi, creatives friends! Kathy Adams here today to share a spring project. With the unseasonably warm weather in the southeast area of the USA, the flowers are confused and have shown their lovely faces much earlier than usual. So I thought I would try printing with real flowers. The 5″ x 7″ Gel Press Plate is the perfect size for… Read More