Friday, 10 January 2014

More leather on the gelli-plate


After last month's experiment with leather on a gelli-plate, I thought a book cover should be the next step. This book cover is made from an old suede jacket that I took apart. I like the way the texture is revealed by the print. The flower is from a hand-cut stencil I made back in September and some of the pages are gelli-printed, too.

Hop on over the Carolyn Dube's Gelli-Print Party and see what everyone has been up to this month. The button's in the side-bar.






9 comments:

  1. It brings out so much texture on the leather! Another wonderful aspect of Gelli printing! Thanks for sharing with the party!

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  2. Wow, what a cool technique! I keep hearing about this so I really should look it up and give it a try. The texture looks fabulous. Super journal :)

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  3. The leather print is wonderful and all of the pages are as well.

    Chrissie x

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  4. What a great journal cover ~ and pages too!

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  5. This look stunning Tracy! what a fab journal !

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  6. What a neat effect! I definitely need to play around with Gelli printing on more than just paper!

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  7. Wow, this is awesome, Tracy. I love the print effect on the leather! Just beautiful!

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  8. it is good to see my old jacket repurposed and having an other life

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