Did you know that the gel in Gel Press is made in an FDA-Approved facility? As long as you keep your food-crafting tools separate from your other art materials - you CAN eat your prints. Whether it is on rolled-fondant, sugar cookie dough, on in this case sugar sheets - Gel Press can be used … [Read more...] about Edible Prints with Sugar Sheets and Food Coloring by Sally Lynn MacDonald
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.
Good Morning Creatives! Today I have a video tutorial for you!! One of the best things about using Gel Press® plates for mono-printing is the ability to add tons of textures and colors in thin layers to achieve a BIG impact in a short amount of time. As a Gel Press® Junkie, I am always looking … [Read more...] about DIY Texture Plates for Gel Press® Video by Keri Sallee
Hello everyone, Karen Ellis here. Before I begin, I just wanted to wish everyone a HAPPY 4th of July! I hope you're spending the day with family and friends. Summer is now officially upon us and I have a project you and your kids will enjoy creating. I've been … [Read more...] about Shrink Plastic Charms with Karen Ellis
Good Morning Creatives! This morning I am sharing a mixed media piece I recently made using my Gel Press 8x10 Plate and Impressables "Rose Mandala." Supplies: In addition to you Gel Press Monoprinting Supplies, you will need: DecoArt Dazzling Metallics Acrylic Paint Large Stamp … [Read more...] about “Life Doesn’t Have to Be Perfect” Mixed Media Panel by Keri Sallee
Kathy Adams here today to show you how I used a few of my many prints to make artsy business cards that truly reflect my business. I'm running low on my professionally printed ones, so why not put some of those prints to work? Here are my criteria for choosing prints for business … [Read more...] about DIY Gel Press Prints as Business Cards by Kathy Adams
I approached the finalization of this print just as I would any abstract painting – intuitively. There was a rough idea in my mind and I really had no idea if it would work or not – always a scary thought when you are working on your one and only print from a previous video! Here is the original … [Read more...] about Printmaking with Asemic Writing-Part 2 with Jacqueline Sullivan