Thursday, 9 July 2020

Gelli plate crusty bits meets stencil outlining


Hi Everyone, I have another print pulling the dry crusty bits off my gelli plate. the colours are very soft so I decided to do some soft stencilling using Funky Fossil shell stencil. I blended to speckled egg distress oxide inks and some worn lipstick distress ink. I outlined the stencil in white ink.


The stencil is one I've had in my stash for a long time but never used so I'm entering it into Darnell's NUBUS (Never Before Used Schtuff)









Card Recipe
Stamps: Chocolate Baroque sentiment
Paper: 100 lb White, Black, 110lb White
Ink: Ranger Archival Blac
Accessories: Gelli plate, Acrylic paint, Ranger White gel pen, Funky Fossil Stencil
Techniques: Gelli plate printing, stencilling

24 comments:

  1. Love the softness of the colours! Great stencil outlining with the white gel pen.

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  2. Beautiful soft artsy shell stencil traced images, Christine. Love how your gelli plate dry crusty bits show up and CAS card design. So pleased you joined our CAS Mix Up Stencil Tracing Challenge, my friend. Stay Safe and Creative. Love and Hugs..Nancy

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  3. The colours are so soft and beautiful, with just the perfect hints of ocean colours to show off those beautiful shells. Great card Christine! xx

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  4. Beautiful and soft colours just love the stencil images ....xx
    Have a lovely weekend. ♥

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  5. I admire your work with the gelly plate. I don't know how you create these reflections, but they always leave me in awe. Adding a white stroke makes the ne card lose nothing of its delicacy. Oh, this card is amazing !!
    Hugs,
    BożenA

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  6. I so love this soft effect. It is a beautiful card with a fun technique x.

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  7. Stunning card and those colors are so soft and pretty.

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  8. This is a wonderful blending of colors, Chritine! I love the soft look of outlining in white! So serene and calming. Just what we need in these times!

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  9. Fabulous shells, Christine - just like a painting!!

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  10. WOW do I love this! The soft muted colors stole my attention along with the subtle image! This is gorgeous! I'm such a fan of the gelli plate so I love seeing what you come up with.

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  11. So beautiful! I love the sodt colors.

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  12. This is just lip smackingly gorgeous Christine! x

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  13. I am in love with the softness to this masterpiece, Christine. Amazing and gorgeous. This is truly special, something to frame. Thanks so much for joining us at CAS Mix Up! xx

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  14. So soft and gorgeous. Love that you outlined in white rather than black.

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  15. OMG, I LOVE this card, Christine! What a gorgeous and ethereal one! The fossil shell stenciled images with the white outlining against the soft gelli print background look amazing and so special!
    Hideko xx

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  16. What a good idea to outline the stencil in white. Usually outlined adds very clear definition but using white has highlighted the shells but kept the lovely soft subtle feel of the card xx

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  17. You should put this immediately into a simple black frame and hang it on your wall, Christine! It really does look like an expensive work of art and not something you pulled off dry crusty bits, lol!! Great to see you yesterday! Thank you for sharing with everyone at NBUS! Hugs, Darnell

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  18. So soft, pretty and very artsy Christine and the outlining in white is just perfect! x

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  19. So soft and lovely Christine! Such a serene card. :)

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  20. Wow. Such soft details and colors and it is frame worthy for sure! I love it!!!! Hugz

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  21. Wow! You've really captured the essence of the shells with the soft colours and shine! Fabulous!

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  22. Okay... this is one of my favorite cards ever. Be still my heart!

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  23. Oh this is so beautiful... I adore the softness you created

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  24. I love the soft look of the stenciling on this card .... so pretty!

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