Thursday, 3 April 2014

Gelli Makes


Using my new WRMK envelope punch board, I made these notelets and envelopes from my very first set of gelli prints.


For anyone who is unsure about the envelope maker, it's fantastic, dead easy to use and so precise.


I ended up with two different sizes as you are governed by the size of the paper as to what size envelope you can make.


I went back into some of the prints and added stamping and doodling.


This ended up being one of my favourites after I'd added stamping and doodling.


And this one I added the black through a stencil, again another of my favourites.


And here they are bundled up and tied with sari ribbon.


I also used some to make the cover for a mini book.


Put some sheets of handmade paper inside and used a cinch for the holes and bind it all wires.


Then I made a few more in different sizes.


And with the off cuts I made a collage.


Or I might use some for background papers.

So that's what I did with my very first batch of gelli plate prints.

7 comments:

Deborah said...

Love them, Sam. A winning combination of gelli plate and envelope maker, definitely.

Alison said...

So cool! I love them!!! xxx

isisimaginings.com said...

Sam,they all look amazing & so gorgeous.

massofhair said...

I agree the WRMK boards are really easy to use, might get the envelope one very soon.

Beautiful makes with your Gelli plate Sam :-) xxx

Carol Q said...

they look really really good Sam!!!

Marianne said...

Love the enveloppes!! And your minibooks look great too!

hazel said...

Fabulous makes with your Gelli prints Sam.
xxx Hazel.

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