While I tidied up my flower garden this evening, I thought I might try printing a leaf or vine that I pruned with my new Gelli Print Plate. Nothing really jazzed me, but I wondered if some of my Rosemary might work. Why not give it a try?
I had some leftover white-on-white fabric, so I used it as the base fabric for my printing.
While I liked the results, they were nothing special.
I glanced around my studio and remembered the Born sandals that I adored the looks of, but my feet did not feel the same way about their level of comfort.
I love how they printed, as you can see in the top photo.
The Gelli Print Plate looks rather messy, but it cleans up so effortlessly -
and is then ready for another job!
So, if you're a day or two (or three?) behind in reading my blog, you need to be reminded to leave a comment in order to be in the running to win a FREE Gelli Print Plate!
The drawing closes next Friday evening:
you can find all of the details here.
One thing I don't think I was totally clear about was that
if you are already a follower of my blog, all you need to do is leave a comment
in order to be in the drawing.
I certainly wouldn't discriminate against my faithful readers!
Another wonderful thing:
The kind folks at Gelli Print will also award a free Gelli Print Plate to one of my followers!!
They are such nice people!
So, I will be drawing TWO names and announcing the winners on Saturday morning.