Here is a photo tutorial for my Gelli Eggs
The supplies I used are:
- Ranger Adirondack Paint – Sunset Orange, Watermelon, Sunshine Yellow,
- Inky Roller,
- Palette Knife,
- Non stick craft sheet,
- Heat it tool,
- Archival Ink in Jet Black,
- All the Gals stamp set by Dina Wakley,
- Dylusions by Dyan Reaveley Stencils: Let it Snow and Dotted Flowers,
- Gelli Arts Printing Plate
- and of course you will need some eggs that have been blown.
First, brayer the three colors of paint on a portion of the Gelli plate.
Place stencil down and rub off some of the paint through the stencil onto paper. (the paper can be used as part of another project)
Remove stencil and roll egg over the wet paint. Dry with Heat it tool and re roll as many times to cover egg.
Use the palette knife to brayer Sunshine Yellow across the gelli plate. Add the snowflake stencil on top.
This time instead of removing the paint using paper, roll the egg over the opening in the stencil to add a different pattern.
Dry egg using Heat tool.
Apply archival ink to the stamp. Roll the egg over the word. Dry
Here are the three eggs I made using this color palette. Dina Wakley’s word stamps are the perfect size for this project and I love the empowering words.
Hope you enjoyed the tutorial. If you try this yourself I would love to see what you make.