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Wipe Out Monoprinting

Create unique monotypes by wiping paint OFF your Gelli® plate. Watch this fun video to see some great effects you can achieve using the fabulous new Catalyst Wedge tools for printing with Gelli®! This is a subtractive, or negative, method of monoprinting. That means you start by applying paint to your plate — and remove …

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When Gelli® Meets MagicStamps™

… good things happen. (including a giveaway!) Maybe you’ve already discovered some of the amazing things you can do with MagicStamp™ moldable foam stamps. Such great stuff! But if you haven’t explored the design potential in these versatile blocks — you’re in for a ton of fun using them to create your own unique patterned …

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Something Borrowed

Do you love old paper — fragile book pages, vintage maps, crumbling sheet music, brittle newspaper — and such? And how about flimsy tissue paper — and delicate Japanese papers? They can add character, texture, dimension and intrinsic meaning to artwork. But if you want to monoprint on these papers, you’ll find they might not …

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Who Was That Masked Man?

He’s a shape I cut out — and he’s one of my favorite images to use as a mask in my Gelli® monotypes.  In fact, I like him so much I’ve cloned him Using masks is an ideal way to create interesting imagery, focal points and repetitions in your Gelli® prints. A perfect tool for …

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