Very Gelli Ornament with tutorial III.












First of all you need to have a gelli print, I chose light blue and white, and used the stencil echoes with it. I made my prints double sided, so it will be colorful from all the sides. If you do so, don’t use deli paper or rice paper, they are to thin for double sided prints. Here we go, my echoes print:

gelli print

trimming prints



First I trimmed my prints, as I always work on bigger size of paper than the actual size of my gelli-arts plate.

cutting squares





As I work on 8’x10′ plate I had to make squares first, easy pie, fold the print to a triangle, there you go with the squares. If you use 6’x6′ plate, you can skip that step.

6 squares folded





You will need six squares to one snowflake. Fold the squares to triangles. These are 8’x8′ squares.

fold the triangles again

six small triangles











Fold the triangles into half till you get six small triangles, so squares folded to triangle and triangle folded again.

1 cm from folded side



Measure up 1 cm from the folded side.

2 cm from longest edge







Measure up 2 cm from longest edge, you’ll need 3x to measure.


cut in every 2 cm














Cut in every 2 cm measurements till 1 cm from folded side.

open it up






That’s what you get if you open your triangles.

glue middle ring together







Fold the 2 corners towards the middle and glue them together.

second ring






Flip square and fold second corners towards middle, glue them together.

third ring

first icicle











If you folded good you got your first icicle. If you want to see the photos in bigger size click on my flickr page.

6 icicles on top of each other

Make 6 icicles for 1 snowflake! If you work on smaller size than 8’x8′ you need to reduce the cuts with 2 mm.

glue 3 and 3 icicles together

3 by 3 glue the icicles together at the bottom.

connect the 2 halves with stapler

And finally connect the 2 haves with a stapler. You can connect the sides of the icicles as well. And tadaah:












Very gelli holidays everyone!


  • Gelli arts printing plate 8′x10′
  • Echoes stencil
  • Golden artist acrylics light blue and titanium white
  • Glue and scissors
  • Stapler

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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5 Responses to Very Gelli Ornament with tutorial III.

  1. Gorgeous snowflake! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  2. maryk says:

    these are beautiful. love that you used your gelli papers for this. tfs

  3. Susan says:

    Oh, there are just gorgeous — thank you SO much for sharing with us.

  4. carolyndube says:

    Amazing 3d snowflake! So glad you shared this with the party!

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