Saturday, 24 March 2018

Paperartsy Giveaway - Gelli Plate Fun

Hi back again with my next Paperartsy project, this time making use of the translucent colours in the Fresco range.  Translucent colours are fab for laying so today I have made a tag using my circle gelli plate.
The picture of the giveaway is at the bottom of the page, plus all the products I used which are linked to That's Crafty as I buy all my Paperartsy goodies from there.

I love how this came out.  I'm planning on doing more
tags for myself to give ideas on techniques to use, so that's
why there is no thread at the top, I shall keep them all on a ring.











Step by step pics .................................


First just added colour on the circle gelli plate and then stamped it
onto the tag.

Next I used a stencils on the gelli plate and stamped them onto the circles.



Next I used stamps with paint and then stamped them onto the tag.


Next I stamped in white.

Added some metallic

Ignore the stamps I was doing another project while taking this pic lol.
I added some dots around the tag (to hide a mistake where I used black and then
wiped it off and it stained the yellow)

Some black around the circles

Some tissue words and some dried paint.

The giveaway to be drawn on Monday :-)

The last post will be tomorrow.  Hope your enjoying all these Paperartsy projects.  

Happy Art :-)
Hugs Kezzy xxxxx


Product List (linked to That's Crafty)
Paperartsy Stamps - EEG07
Paperartsy Stencils - PS0034, PS001
Paperartsy Paints - beach hut, banana, tangerine twist, cerise, glass blue, bougainvilla, little black dress, snowflake.

Dina Wakley Stencil - daisies
Gel Press - petites
Dina Wakley - collage words
Bubble wrap, bottle cap, ear buds, tag

5 comments:

sally said...

Always love to see your work & this series of tags should be fun to follow so I shall be keeping my eyes peeled!

Sally x

Cobnut Crafter said...

I have only just found your blog and I love what you do - in particular all the pics you post to make your projects so clear and easy to follow. Learning lots! x Anne

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Beautiful burst of colour Kezzy, the circle Gelli plate is currently my favourite of them all. Love those stamped editions and those spots of metallic give a great pop of bling. Thank you for sharing.
Creative wishes Tracey x

Chris Cresswell said...

Ooh I'm glad I popped over now. I love your step by steps and your close ups. The stencilling and stamping create fab textures. But I love those metallic circles on top. Great idea to create a bunch of technique tags!

Chris Cresswell said...

Ooh I'm glad I popped over now. I love your step by steps and your close ups. The stencilling and stamping create fab textures. But I love those metallic circles on top. Great idea to create a bunch of technique tags!