Gelli Arts® Valentine’s Cards with the Printmaking Starter Kit by Marsha Valk

Hi there! It’s Marsha here today sharing Valentine’s cards and tags!

Plus- read to the end to learn how you can enter to win our Valentine’s Day giveaway!

The Gelli Arts® Printmaking Starter Kit won the Creative Impulse Award for Creative Kit of 2020 at Creativeworld in Frankfurt.

It’s one of three new kits we offer that include everything you need to create a fun gel printing project.

Each one comes with full instructions, so they make great starter kits for anyone new to gel printing.

The Printmaking Starter Kit has full instructions to gel print on the tags included in the kit. However, the tags can also act as a super cool texture tool!

Watch me create a bunch of Valentine’s cards with the contents of The Printmaking Starter Kit, and i’ll show you exactly what I mean!

I chose to work with a Valentine’s themed colour palette instead of using the paints included in the Kit.

The paint in the kit is more than enough to gel print tags as well as notecards though, and i’m saving it for another project!

Parchment paper is a thin translucent paper that you can use to blot excess paint from your Gelli® plate.

I like to use it to cut temporary stencils and masks. It’s also perfect collage material, so don’t just throw it away: use it to gel print on, and then paste it onto your artworks!

Please share what you’ve made with the Printmaker Starting Kit on Instagram using #gelliarts and @GelliArts – we love seeing your creations!

Happy printing!

-Marsha

Materials:

Gelli Arts® Printmaking Starter Kit

Other:

String

Scissors

Permanent Pen

Acrylic Paint (I used Liquitex)

Folded Notecards (4.5″)

Repositionable adhesive dot roller

Optional:

Sari Ribbon (Sara’s Saris by Sara Ferret)

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Giveaway time! 

We are giving away a Printmaking Starter Kit + red and white acrylic paint to one lucky winner!

To enter: leave a comment on this blog post and we will randomly draw a winnerDeadline is Monday, February 10, 2020 11:59PM ET. Good luck!





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119 thoughts on “Gelli Arts® Valentine’s Cards with the Printmaking Starter Kit by Marsha Valk”

  1. Would love to win this fab kit…great tutorial and the video's are always a fab idea to help with the creative process.

  2. Recent addiction with monoprinting etc….. Gelli Arts definately the culprit!!!! More and more to explore…… Can't wait…

  3. I love this and would live to win!! I am trying to introduce myself to new mediums and new processes. Looking forward to reading your blogs and some new learnings. I am having fun with the stencils I purchased recently.

  4. The Bell's Have Moved!

    I’m new to Gelli printing and I’m having so much fun so far. I’m still learning and your tutorials and posts are a source of great inspiration! Thank you!

  5. I love the versatility of this technique–how everything you use to make the print can then be used in another project.

  6. These are amazing – so many textures, which is one of the reasons I love Gelli printing! Thanks for the chance to win!

  7. So simple, yet so beautiful! These would be cute framed together for a sweet wall hanging. Thanks for sharing 😉

  8. caliyogalifestyle

    I would love this kit to help make unique mixed media cards and for my art journaling. What beautiful techniques. Love it. ❤️❤️

  9. I would love to win a starter kit, I’m always learning and these cards are such beautiful Project xx kaz xx

  10. Great tutorial and really cute results! I’m a bigger, so it’s nice to see demonstrations that don’t intimidate! Thank you!

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