I've been wanting to use my Gelli prints in collages and this is my first endeavor. I also used some strips of deli paper that I had made random marks on.
This piece is a Gelli print and I used a wheat stencil for a focal point and added some floral chicken wire for added texture.
This print is the ghost from the previous one with a bit of additions.
This print started out as testing and I added some plate cleaning to get the bits of red.
This is another print from cleaning the Gelli plate to get the bits of paint left behind.
So, to start off the birthday celebration, Friday night was bowling with the family. Fun was had by all.
After bowling was a slumber party at my brother/sister-in-laws. Such a great host and hostess complete with home made waffles and my niece also made quiche. We considered it breakfast although by that time it was lunch. ;-)
Saturday was crafty time with the girls and I wanted to try my hand at a landscape and then I used the ghost for more of a foggy tree look. I did another couple prints but didn't stop when I should've and messed them up. Oh well.
Saturday was also my youngest niece's 6th birthday and she wanted to play with painting too. This is her first Gelli print.
This is her first ghost print and I added a bit of yellow to it.
This is her final ghost print with more of my yellow added.
She then painted the Gelli plate using the pattern left behind from her previous prints.
And this is her ghost print where she flawlessly wrote her name backwards. I see another artist in the family.
For my presents I received these two cameras, one from Rebecca and one from Misti. Great additions to my collection.
My niece wanted to go to Medieval Times so that is what we did Sunday. She wore an Elsa dress and looked cute as could be. Neither of us have been before and it was a great show and the food was uncomplicated but tasty.
On Monday I had a final pajama vacation day to recover from the nonstop fun.
I hope everyone had a blessed New Year's Eve.
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