Mono printing feels like double-dipping but it's a great way to do some mindless art and get backgrounds prepped and ready for future journaling. The mino print produces one (or two) backgrounds and cleaning off the roller, stencils, and stamps produces additional pages.
The pink page was created by cleaning the roller on the left and pressing the 6"x6" gel plate on the right to clean off leftover paint.
The blue page began with cleaning off the roller. I forced dried the page with a hairdryer and then cleaned off stamps and stencils after someone else had used them for mono printing. I pressed them in random places on my journal page for a very pleasing background ready for the next phase.