Monday, August 26, 2019

More Scene Card with Gelli Plate

Hello friends!
As I have been experimenting more with Gelli Plate, I have one more scene card! 

Escape
All supplies are listed at the end of this post.
This card was my 2nd attempt. I actually tried to create the background without the image in my first try. But the inking application of Gelli Plate did not turn out.

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I decided to stamp just the horizon (see there is a line?) and worked on adding colors to the background.
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That means, apply Distress Oxide with the Rubber Brayer and then bring up the Gelli Plate and then stamp . Once I was happy with the background, I stamped the image with the help of MISTI.
 
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To add subtle interest, I took out the leave die and dry-embossed it.
 I wanted to keep the embellishment minimum, so I added some sticklers and that's it.

If you miss seeing my first post about using Gelli Plate with Scene stamps, check it out here. 
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I enjoyed the new way of adding ink to my stamping.

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8 comments:

MadeByMeghanK said...

INCREDIBLE SCENES!

jan metcalf said...

Love these geli print cards Virginia! And the dry emboss adds perfect dimension too!

brandco2450@gmail.com said...

Beautiful landscape!

Maura said...

I think this one may be my fave of all your geli plate backgrounds, it is just GORGEOUS!!!! Love your color choices! I haven't been brave enough to do one of my scenes with the geli plate yet - maybe one day.....

Martha Herrera said...

WOW.. simply gorgeous. I haven't tried the geli plate, but you have certainly inspired me to give it a try.
Thanks for sharing.

Denise Bryant said...

Gorgeous scenes!

conil said...

Personally, I'm glad your first try didn't turn out because the additional colors and that gorgeous stamp make this card absolutely a knock out. Rich in color and texture...reminds me Autumn is coming soon.

Sue D said...

Another great scenic card with the Gelli plate.