Creative Palette
July 15, 2014

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Viewer Comments

Pam (posted 5 months 8 days ago)
Love this new technique! Gail you make it look so fun! Can't wait to try it myself!
Donna Pomeroy (posted 5 months 8 days ago)
Gail, you definitely had a lot of fun playing with all types of paints, sprays, brayers, etc. I loved watching your creativity blossom. Great video!
Lynne (posted 5 months 9 days ago)
Sorry to say this ladies, but this has to be the first webisode I didn't enjoy. Maybe I just don't like getting too messy.
Sandhills Patty (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
Lovely and creative! Gail you are so good at that! A note for all the customers cringing about the clean up, the mean green cleaner is a must have for cleaning up acrylic paints and stencils.
NADINE (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
This would be fun with mica in it too, or liquid pearls. my mind's running riot. AND IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT THANK YOU
terrie (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
I loved all of the texture that you can make for background...I've learned so much!
Thanks ladies for a job well done
JanetS (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
Thanks so much for carrying this product and your demonstration. I think this product is so exciting! I love how you can express individual and unique ideas using the plate with other mixed media supplies. Thanks again and just wanted to mention that Stampendous also has demonstration videos for this product on YouTube in case others want additional information. I can't wait to try it!
Elise (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
Fascinating video! I loved how Gail couldn't stop 'messing around!' Can't wait to play and play and play . . .
Evelyn (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
Brayer the stencil....then print the stencil....then the plate. That way you get it in different thickness of paint. Playing with this is very addictive...have a lot of paper available.
Evelyn (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
If you removed the back sheet, it would not slip around so much.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Thank you for the tip.
Joyce Bodo (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
Thank you for the video. I think I would have also used the stencil itself as a design after it was laid over the jell mat. I think it would have looked pretty darn neat too. Just a thought.
Caroline B. (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
I have seen these gelli plates on a couple of tutorial sites recently, but wasn't sure where to buy 'em. Trust Paper Wishes to be right in there with the latest trends! I love the messy, never-the-same-way-twice nature of this mixed media platform. The final state of Gail's hands attests to the fun you all had with this.
Suzi in Virginiab (posted 5 months 10 days ago)
Great webisode! This is a technique that others will find very versatile. If you leave lots of unpainted area you can draw in there with pens. Beware - you may look up and find you have spent the whole day playing with this.
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