Happy Saturday!  Hope you have a craft day.  Today I am sharing some of the gel prints I made this week during Week 1 of the Gelli Arts #MarchPrintingChallenge.  The challenge runs for the month of March and here is the list of prompts.

Today is Day 6 but I haven’t done today’s prompt yet due to having to do mundane things like housework, so this is a round up of days 1-5 only, but that’s just as well, as there are a lot of prints!  Day 6 has even more prints and will need a separate post!

Day 1 – Flowers

For all of the flower prints I used either my finger or a pointy tool to draw flower shapes into the paint.

Day 2 – circles

For the large circles above, I used this piece of chipboard which held ATC coin chipboards.  This is the negative piece, but it makes a great circle stencil!

For the small circle pattern on the top right, I used a small mandala stencil shown here.

Day 3 – rainbows

Day 4 – hearts

Day 5 – feathers

My favourite print from this bunch is this one…

So that’s all for the first five days.  Lots of collage and journal fodder here for sure!  Let me know what you think in the comments, and as always, thanks for reading!


#MarchPrintingChallenge – Day 1-5

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2 thoughts on “Monoprinting Days 1-5 Gel Prints for the #MarchPrintingChallenge

    • Empire of the Cat says:

      Thanks so much Elizabeth. I confess to not using mine as much as I would like, but it’s easier to get this smaller one out and do something, than drag out the huge plate.

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