Sunday, 7 June 2015

Gelli Plate Play

Dylusions teal and red which made a purple in the middle where they blended. These paints are lush on the gelli plate but dry extremely quickly!!!

And the purple and pink in the Dylusions

And the pink and the orange, again in the Dylusions

And the teal and the orange and where they blended it made a green

And left, the pink and red and right the red and it pulled some yellow which was left on the plate

And finally for the Dylusions orange and lime and on the right purple and teal with lime splodges!

And this one was created using the DecoArt multi surface satin paints

The dolphin, which is a steely grey is absolutely gorgeous

And this was using one of the greens and a blue in the DA satins

And the chartreuse and orange sherbet. I also added some drying time extender as I wasn't sure how open the paints would be. Put a bit too much on which is why it beaded up, but love the effect it created.

And I wanted to try them on fabric and they came out really well, am really pleased with them

This is all what I ended up with from my play day


Amanda said...

Some fab results Sam, can't wait to see what you make with them
Amanda x

Helen said...

great pages, Sam.. Looks like you had a great few hours playtime, and I look forward to seeing what you use them for. They look great on the fabric, too.

Lesley Ebdon said...

You got some brilliant results from your play day Sam! Some lovely colour mixes and patterns and as Helen said your fabric ones turned out great.

Lesley Xx

hazel said...

A fabulous collection Sam, I can't wait to see what you make with them.
xxx Hazel.

craftytrog said...

A fab set of prints Sam! xxx

Kirsten Alicia Sheridan said...

Wow! They look fantastic Sam.

Claire said...

Oh these are fab Sam - looks like you had a very productive day! X

Sid said...

Loads of fab backgrounds there !!

alice k. said...

Looks like there are so many possibilities, colorwise and designwise. I have yet to figure out what a gelli plate really is or what it does, but your results are fabulous!

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