PaperOcotilloStudio -- I made several 'mark making tools' and then used them on my 8" X 10" Gelli Plate to pull a bunch of cool prints :) There are two things about making Gelli prints I must point out though. One is how freakin' addicting the process is. You think you are going to just make a few...then HOURS later you have a whole stack because you just couldn't stop!
Gelli® Printing, Planners, and Art Totes! Packing an art tote for Gelli printing is pretty straightforward. All you need are Gelli plates, paint, a brayer and some texture tools—plus whatever planner or art journal you work in. But that's just the beginning!
To create a cleaner, more easily matted print, I have created a template process. It’s a bit rustic and not exact (in dimensions) due to the nature of gelatin plate printing… but it works well and is easy to create.
Blog and Video Tutorial: Gelli Printing on Fusible Interfacing Begin by cutting your interfacing into pieces for printing. It's makes things easy if you do this ahead of time, so you're ready for printing. I pre-cut the interfacing used in the video into 9"x12" pieces — perfect for printing on the large 12"x14" Gelli plate!