Thursday, 26 November 2015

Gelli Plate Leftovers

Morning.

Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends in the U.S. today.  I hope you enjoy a day with many blessings.

I am playing along with the challenge at Splitcoast this am; to use leftovers on our card.
Easy, right?  I keep all my leftovers and rejects for (hopefully) future uses.  Today was a good day to use a piece of paper I printed using my Gelli Plate.

I think most of you are probably familiar with the Gelli Plate.  For those of you that are not, it is a gel- like piece that you apply ink or paint mediums onto, press objects into paint  and print paper from that.  This piece reminded me of the frost patterns I see on my windows on a cold winter morning.
(I used the plastic Copic markers dividers you get when you buy a large pack of them to press into the paint.  It gave me the grid pattern you see above) 

 Here is a link to the official Gelli Plate site if you would like to see more:

I die cut the snowflake from SSS and mounted it.  The sentiment is from Paper Smooches.

I am adding my card to these challenges: 

Simon Says- ANYTHING GOES

Addicted to Stamps- MAKE YOUR MARK 

Crafting for All Seasons- BRRR..IT'S COLD OUTSIDE

Stampavie and More- SNOWFLAKES


 Thanks so much for the visit.  I appreciate you!

Supplies:  stamps- Paper Smooches/ Gelli Plate/ objects to print with/ Memento bl ink/ Cuttlebug/ snowflake die-SSS/ pop dots/ jewel/ blue acrylic paint.

15 comments:

  1. Now aren't you clever using the plastic Copic dividers? It's a wonderful look and indeed does look like a frost pattern :) Beautiful card as always, Karen!

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  2. Oh, Karen, this is no end to how you can use the Gelli plate, and I love that you used the Copic markers dividers for this pattern - how neat! I love your card and especially love that it's from leftovers! Thanks for the link to the Gelli Plate website! Hugs, sweet friend, and keep warm!

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  3. Very cool Karen! The grid does give an icy look in the blue! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving today :)

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  4. Great use of leftovers. Love the blue and big snowflake you used.

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  5. Simply gorgeous, love this card. Karen xx

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  6. hello Karen! what an amazing background! luv this, thanks so much for the inspiration! so glad you played along with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

    sparkle & shine, kindness! *~*

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  7. Fantastic card, Karen. Great background and wonderful color.

    Hugs
    Anke

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  8. LOVE that background. So clever to reuse the plastic dividers. xx

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  9. Gorgeous Karen!! I love that background, looks likes a frosty window!! hugs :)

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  10. wow!! Thanks for joining us at Crafting for all Seasons. Good luck.
    Bye,
    Groetjes van Ine (DT)
    http://creaine-challenges.blogspot.nl/

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  11. Lovely simple card and so effective. Thank you for joining us at Crafting for All Seasons Helen DT

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  12. Oh this is a very nice wintercard. THhe snowflakes looks like shining on the frosty designpaper. Thanks for joning us at Stampavie and more, hope to see you again soon.
    XXX

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  13. Frosted window panes, candles gleaming inside. Well you have the first part of the song down pat, Karen. Using your Copic divider as a grid was inspired to say the least. I'm glad you shared this with us at ATSM this week.

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