Saturday, October 25, 2014

Mix-Ability Challenge: ghosted images

This week Janelle is challenging us to create a project with a ghosted image. I wanted to share these gel prints that I made over the weekend... I like to send a thank you card to Splitcoast guest tutorial authors, but I'd fallen behind and needed a stack of quick cards that would be easy to make and mail. I normally really struggle to mass-produce anything, but each of these prints is so unique that I didn't feel the usual burden of repeating steps. Yay! I made 10 of these, each different. Some of the girls were first run prints, and some were ghost prints.

I liked my magazine silhouette from last week so much that I cut her out from a stencil sheet so I could keep using the image without worrying about the paper tearing. Another bonus of using up some of my gel printed sheets is that I get to make MORE! I had grounded myself for a while... and now I have a new larger size to play with. Someone had asked if I have a class on using the Gelli Plate... not yet. I'm still getting to know it.

I am working on a PanPastel class - some of you have asked about that, and I am sooooo excited about all the techniques I've tested! Right now there are 17 lessons with tons of information and multiple techniques in each one. I'll have more information once I get closer to completion.

Hope you'll come play along with this week's challenge!

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Have a great weekend, and come back Monday - it's my blog's birthday and I'll have 2 more prize packages to share!
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  1. Wow Dina, what a way cool ghost effect on your mix-ability cards. Each card so unique and creative. TFS and Always inspiring us.

  2. Wow these are stunning!

  3. love how these turned out!!!

  4. These are fantastic Dina. I know exactly what you mean about struggling to 'mass-produce'. It goes totally against the grain for me too, but these lovely creations are completely individual and fabulous!