Mono Prints with a Gel Press Plate

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Hello everyone!!  I’m here today sharing my mono prints that I created with a gel press plate!!

I was introduce to Gel Press Plates at Creativation!! I watched Marybeth Shaw, the founder of StencilGirl Products, demonstrate how to use them!! She made me laugh with this quote, “It’s Not Done Yet”, she was referring to her plate that still had paint on it, even after she created a bunch of backgrounds.  I was tickled.  So when I arrived home I had to pick one up.

Now I have 4 different plates and still want more!!  LOL!!

Take a look at what I created today:

I played with February 2017 Mandalas, Circle and Spheres Collection by Maria McGuire stencil along with Vicki Boutin Arylic Paints Set 2.

I love the results that you get when you use the gel press plate and stencils.  You will never get the same print twice.  That is the beauty of this technique.

Check out what I created with this print:

 

I totally love this!! This card turned out perfect!!

I’m entering this card into the Muse Challenge #214. Anita Bowden is the Muse this week, check out her card:

I did not see her card until after I created my prints.  So I was inspired by the press plate, the paints and the stencil.  My card just so happen to fall right in line with Anita’s.  Thats creativity at its best to me.

So what do you think?  Please let me know below!!

Supplies used:

(Thank you so much for stopping by. Compensated affiliate links used at no cost to you.  All products were personally purchased except the paints.  This post was not paid or sponsored. ) 
Gel Press 6 x 6 REUSABLE GEL PRINTING PLATE 10800 American Crafts - Vicki Boutin - Mixed Media - Acrylic Paint - Set 2  

Thanks for stopping by!!

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12 thoughts on “Mono Prints with a Gel Press Plate

  1. Wow, what great effects Kymona! And we were quite clearly in the same crafty mind zone this week! Love the pattern and the vibrancy of the colours.
    Thanks so much for playing along at Muse this week, Anita x

  2. Beautifully done, Kymona! So much fun to learn a new technique and I’m so glad that a happy creative coincidence brought your card to us a Muse this week!

    • Hey Ardyth!! Thank you so much for the reminder. I haven’t entered challenges in a long time so it was really fun to enter the Muse challenge again. I can’t believe I create a background the matched Anita’s so closely. That was amazing.

  3. Absolutely stunningly beautiful! I guess that I need to add gel press plates to my wish list. I love how you and Anita were on the same creative wavelength.

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