Hello! I’ve got a new YouTube video to share with you today. It’s no secret that I love stencils and my Gel Press. I found a really fun way to make 3 prints quickly with one stencil and they all look different from each other. This is great technique for beginners, or those just dipping their toes into the world of Gel Press printing.
Pretty simple stuff right? You can of course bump these up a few levels by adding more layers on top of them, but I wanted to keep things nice and simple this time.
I finished the cards off camera using a few dies, some cardstock and Gel Press print scraps, and sequins.
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*A Colorful Life Designs: Mid Century Geometric Stencil
Gel Press: 6×6 Plate
*Imagine: Kaleidacolor Inks in Caribbean Sea
Ranger: Tim Holtz 2.25″ Brayer
Navigator: 28 lb Paper
Pinkfresh Studio: Classic Word Die Set
Erin Lee Creative: Jumbo Monstera Die
Simon Says Stamp: CZ Design Thank You Die
Simon Says Stamp: Happy Birthday Die sssd112479
*Doodles Paper Playground: Assorted coordinating sequins
Ranger: Peacock Feathers Distress Ink
Plus: White card bases, additional colored cardstock and Gel Press Prints (for the die cuts)
That’s it for me today. If you have any questions about the finished cards, or the Gel Printing process, please let me know. If you ‘d like to grab some stencils, head over to A Colorful Life Designs and use my code AlFan10 to save 10%. Thanks so much for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!