Sunday, January 2, 2011

Gloria J Zucaro's "Gelli Backs"

Tonight a quick post showing the backs of the pages that I made last night.  I often sprayed water on the Gelli plate to get more paint loose.  So some of the papers got soaked and tore.  But that is not a problem because they can be used as parts added to embellish a different journal page.


  1. I just want to dive into those papers! Even cleaning the Gelli Plate can make beautiful papers! Can't wait to see where they pop up in your art!

  2. Oh these are yummy! I love all the variation you can get with this process and then you can jst go and go off in new directions with the results. xox

  3. I have a whole box of papers like that as I do the same thing. And, IMHO, they are WONDERFUL for mixed-media crafting. I know it's the first thing I reach for.

    Lovely colors. I like the neon pink especially.

  4. I am going to have to get a gelli plate in 2013! These are marvelous! :)

  5. gorgeous! I love the different color combinations on each one -- no two alike!

  6. You got some fabulous colors in these prints! I haven't tried spraying water on the plate, but I love the effects here and will try it next time I get my plate out.

  7. Fantastic resultst. Love them.
    Nice weekend and lovely greet

  8. wow-look at all the wonderful papers you have to play with-so fun!

  9. Sometimes I like the back better than the front. You have fantastic examples here!

    ;-> Felicia
    The Journal Junkie


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