Gelli Printing with Alcohol Inks
What you'll learn
- How to use Alcohol Inks in Gelli Printing
- How to use Stamps to remove Alcohol ink from your Gelli Plate and add Visual Texture
- How to add Metallics and Shimmer to your Gelli Prints
- How to use your Gelli Prints in Card Making
- No previous Experience Required
Welcome to the Gelli Printing with Alcohol Inks Class!
In this class you will learn how to use Alcohol Inks for Gelli Printing. Alcohol Inks are a very fluid medium with an alcohol base that mix and move to create some amazing looks! We will cover many different techniques to try when using Alcohol Inks with your Gelli Printing. Once we have covered different ways to use Alcohol Inks in your Gelli Prints, we will move on to how your can use those Prints in Cardmaking with 4 different but simple cardmaking techniques.
This Class comes with a Supply List PDF that Lists all the Supplies used to Create the Gelli Prints as well as all the different supplies used in the different card Samples shown. The Supplies on the Supply List are also linked to where you can purchase them (if you choose). You can download the Supply List PDF through the Link with the Introduction Video.
In this Class you will Learn:
1 -The Basics of using Alcohol Inks with your Gelli Printing
2 -How to lift the Print off of your Gelli Plate
3 -How to use Stamps to Remove Ink and add Pattern & Texture
4 -How to add Metallics and Shimmer to your Gelli Prints
5 -How to use Markers with your Alcohol Ink Gelli Prints
6 -How to add Extra visual Texture to your Prints with Acrylic Paint
7 -How to Use your Gelli Prints for Cardmaking
Note: Both Alcohol Inks and Gelli Printing are not precise mediums. Alcohol Inks are Very Fluid and even if you try to create an exact duplicate of a print your loved, they will move and flow of their own accord and this creates some unpredictable and lovely results. The same goes for Gelli Printing, even if you cover the plate with acrylic paint to pull the print, sometimes portions will remain on the plate creating some unpredictable results. Embrace this and enjoy the process!
Who this course is for:
- People wanting to learn how to use Alcohol Inks for Gelli Printing and how to use Gel Prints in Card Making
I have loved art and being creative for as long as I can remember and have experience creating MANY different things! I have been teaching all sorts of classes at local scrapbook stores for the past 15 years. I'm looking forward to sharing these classes with you and learning how to teach in a different format!