Friday, 6 May 2016

2016 #9 Gelli Doodling {by Marta Lapkowska}

2016 Topic 9: Mono Printing



Hello guys,It is so good to be back! It's Marta Lapkowska here today. I am overjoyed that I can share another art inspiration with you. I have to say... this project was in my mind the second I saw the beautiful arty stamps from Lynne Perrella. I adore her stamp style which gives us so much inspiration. 

I created something totally out of my comfort zone... but I enjoyed every minute of the creative process. Gelli printing, stamping and a little bit of doodling is a great combination.


I started my work by creating gelli printing background.

I used Fresco Finish paints Plum, Chalk, Caramel and Copper. Instead of using brayer I used silicone brush. I was very curious how the brush will spread my paint. To be honest it did the job very well. The paints were blending fantastic!


To create some texture on my surface I used texture tool and some stencil.

Gelli printing has endless ways of playing with colour and you never know what you will end up with. This is the main reason why I love gelli printing.


My next step was to stamp the image from LPC34.  I looked carefully on my paper and placed the stamp on my favourite spots.

LPC34

Lastly I decided to doodle a little and add some colour here and there. At first I wanted to leave the images on the page but then I felt that fussy cutting them will create an illusion of paper dolls.

I hope I encoured you to draw and doodle a bit, it is fun thing to do and so easy. When you have such a wonderful stamp the rest will come to you very easy.



Feel free to watch my VIDEO tutorials here on my YouTube channel. You can also get in touch with my by Facebook, Blog, Instagram andPinterest.

Wishing you a great creative time, Marta x

Thanks for joining us Marta, these are so much fun. i just love how you added the doodled arms and legs.. simples but effective, they could be awesome book marks! ~Darcy

We would love to see how you interpret this Mono Printing topic by linking what you make to our 2016 Challenge #9: Mono Printing, on this page HERE.

All of our bloggers love to see your twist on their ideas, particularly if you were inspired directly by their post. All links go in the draw to win a £50 voucher to spend on products of your choice from the PaperArtsy online store. The Mono Printing link will close 17:00 (London Time) Sunday, May 15th 2016. The winner will be announced 2 hours later at 19:00.

12 comments:

Helen said...

These lol fabulous!

Julie Ann Lee said...

Such fun! I agree with Darcy they would make great book marks - they suggest quirky playing cards to me. xx

Craftyfield said...

Great fun... they remind me of Alice in Wonderland for some reason!
Love the look of these new silicone tools, I think I'm needing them, as well as the Crayolas sticks!

craftytrog said...

Fantastic!!! xxx

Lin said...

Oh I love these I will definitely have to have a play with my silicone brush!! what a good idea!

Etsuko Noguchi said...

Fantastic and great fun book marks Marta!! Fab Gelli printing and the added doodling had a lovely effect. I love them. xxx

pearshapedcrafting said...

I love Lynne Perella stamps and I adore these! Chrisx

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

Its Awesome !

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

Its Awesome !

Lauren Hatwell said...

Brilliant! I love your take on this theme. Really fab! Lx

craftimamma said...

These are such fun Marta, love them! I do like the mix of paint colours you used for your printing.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Kirsten said...

They are so cute! Gorgeous colours too for the print.

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