Saturday, 13 July 2019

Just add Alcohol: Part 2


Gel Press Alcohol Ink backgrounds: Part 2!
For part 1 and further details, see my previous post *here*

Wednesday, 10 July 2019

Just add Alcohol!


Don't you just love alcohol inks?! They are one of those things I come back to time and time again. This time I'm layering over paint, through a stencil, and then lifting off the Gel Press. This is a super-easy technique which gives you great results. 

Look out for part 2 coming in a few days :-)





Wednesday, 12 June 2019

Gel Press Printed Patchwork!



It's that time again! Yes, time for another 'Print-to-Project' video for Gel Press, and this time I'm using my Art Printing Texture Plates by Carabelle Studio in quite a different way to create multi-coloured layered backgrounds without the mud. Yes, NO MUD!

Here's a few of my prints ..... 




And in the second video which will follow in a few days, I stick and patchwork my prints to create a background for these adorable little fishies, which I stuck onto a burlap page in my Dina Wakley journal.

Clown Poisson by Alexis for Carabelle Studio
'seaweed' from Crayoned Elements by me! for Carabelle Studio 



Wednesday, 15 May 2019

A journal full of colour!


Oooh this little journal is a combination of all my favourite things! I used the Wrap Journal Die by Eileen Hull for Sizzix and filled it full of colourful prints I made on the Gel Press, using mostly the Art Printing plates by Carabelle Studio for pattern.


I decorated it using stamps from my new range for Carabelle Studio. I'm really loving these little flowers - they are so easy to stamp and cut out and make a great and easy little addition to a page :-) 


My inner pages are a crazy, slightly chaotic mix of folds and sizes. But that's how I like it! It means I can cram a lot of pages into a small journal.


I'll be teaching this as a class at the Craftrange, Burnley (and for this of you who may be wondering - probably also at Art from the Heart at a later date) It's already quite full but there may be one or two places left ....