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Anne R

Hi Marjie, I too, watched the video and thought - no, I have enough but you make it look so easy and so much fun that I may have to have a rethink! All your bold patterns are wonderful but for me that more muted, softer one is absolutely stunning and would look amazing on a canvas with lots of pretty embellishments....... Well done for being published in Unruly Paper Arts top!! How fantastic is that. Hugs, Anne x


mmmmmm I tried this summer with the cooking gelatine and I didn't got a good result...maybe I needed the real artsy one? Love your samples.Thank you for sharing!


We are all becoming gelli addicted I suspect. Just found out from Carolyn there is a new huge size....simple turtorial..love the positive negative views. xox

Julie Tucker-Wolek

Wowwwwwwwwwwww! These are AMAZING!! I just loveeeeeeee the colors and those textures are FAB!!


I am so glad that my friend is not rude! Most likely I will break down as well, because this tutorial is amazing! First I need to organize that crafty room of mine and maybe I will have a place to place and find these! Happy Friday!


How on trend are you missus!! Gelli plates are also featured in the Feb issue of The Craft Stamper I notice. I haven't heard much about them but your tutorial is really interesting - may have to have a bash! Hugs, Jenny x

Julie Case

Marjie, these are way cool! I love all the patterns you've made. Looks like you've been having a lot of fun. I've seen these before, but now that you've explained the process, I'm going to have to get on the line with Santa. TFS :)


Wow these prints look great Marjie!! Fabulous tutorial!

Helen Tilbury

I recently discovered these & think they look like endless fun! They are pricey though & I don't think I'd use it enough as a scrapbooker mainly!! Love those tags!!

Janine Whitling

you enabler alert made me laugh!

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries

Great results with the gelli plate Marjie! I find it still too expensive...so I enjoy watching the lovely backgrounds you and others create!

have a nice weekend, Alie :-)

Lisa Sackett

I've not gotten into the Gelli plates yet...but your work with them looks great. I'm sure it won't be long until I give them a try though. LoL


Fantastic tute Marjie, hoping to find time to play with my plate again soon, once the Christmas rush is over :o) xx

Anita houston

Enabler!!!! I finally broke down and purchased them! Love that Dick, um Blick that is!

Carolyn Dube

My husband just doesn't understand about the Gelli plate. I showed him your wonderful post and begged to have my 12x14 Gelli plate early (he's holding it hostage for Christmas).


ohh that looks really cool! I think I need one now too... Thanks! ;) Hugs, Sandra

Barbara Ford

How can you keep using more and more techniques! This is amazing. You must be the queen of all things stencil-like!

Lynn Stevens

WOW, that's pretty cool. never seen this before!


And another fabulous tutorial - thanks again. Such a plate is on my wish list.

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