|Basic texture; press screen onto acrylic on gel plate.
|The gel plate is face down on the altered book page. It "smushes" the texture.
|Peel back plate, re-position and press again.
|Gelli Art with liquid acrylic ready to spread with a roller.
|Place stencil onto Gelli Art and gently roll over to "press" impression.
|To reduce weight and lesson "smushed" impression a single page is pressed onto plate.
|Pull the print back; it is cleaner then placing the gel face down but not as clean as printing on individual papers.
|Use the extra paint on the gel plate by pressing gently onto the opposite page.
|The edges won't be clean if there is too much paint...example here.
|Use flower stencils similarly; here I used my 6"x6" Gelli Art gel plate.
|Printing on the journal page isn't as effective as separate paper because it's difficult to fully smooth out air bubbles.
|Continue to press the plate around the edges until all the paint is gone.
|Use the leftover paint on the flower stencil to press more images on the page.