Very Gelli Ornament with tutorial II.

And the second ornament in holidays’ mood, let’s make a gelli printed pine tree! Step by step, here we go:

first pull

 

second pull

First I made monoprints on my gelli plate with phthalo green and light green, I used cosmic swirl stencil, I liked the idea how the swirls are turning.

folded prints

I folded my dry prints like harmonic inch by inch.

punch a hole

I closed my print on my folds till I got a simple stripe and I punched a hole in the middle.

trimmed print

I trimmed my print to a triangle shape.

glass bead gel

 

white acrylic

I added some glass bead gel from Golden Artist to get a bit of a shine.

 

 

 

 

And then some white acrylic to let it snow on my shining trees.

 

 

 

 

And while they were drying:

jute rope altered with distress ink

I used vintage photo distress ink to alter some jute rope and small pieces of papers for the trunk. At the edge of my trees I altered with pine needles and forest moss. Tadaah:

pine tree ornaments

Very gelli holidays everyone!

Materials:

  • Gelli arts printing plate 8′x10′
  • Cosmic swirl stencil
  • Golden artist acrylics phthalon green, light green and titanium white
  • Golden artist mediums glass bead gel
  • Punch-a-hole
  • Jute rope
  • Distress ink: vintage photo, pine needles and forest moss.

Have fun!

About lerusho

I am obsessed with experimenting, using my fantasy and creating new and unique visions. The challenges are endless and that gives me real inspiration.
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3 Responses to Very Gelli Ornament with tutorial II.

  1. Kate says:

    I really like how your trees turned out and think they might look nice strung together as a Christmas garland. Thank you for showing us how you did it.

  2. carolyndube says:

    I love how these fun ornaments have dimension with the folds! Thanks for sharing with the party!

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