Friday, 9 May 2014

Another day in paradise!

So, after a relaxing day of chilling and not really doing anything, I decided to join the Crafty Madness in the main house


There was so much going on, it was hard to decide what to play with! However, I decided to settle for the Gelli Plate. I have had my Gelli since they became available at Clarity Stamp but not really had a chance to play. So I settled down next a few Gelli experts, Mandy, Sazz, Kelly & Maria for some expert tuition. This was my first attempt


Not impressed!

However with lots of encouragement, advice and more acrylic paint, the confidence built. Here are a few of the better samples:





Then it was time to get a bit more adventurous and add a few Clarity Stamps into the mix


I would not say that I am addicted, but I had a great time playing and experimenting and will make more of an effort when I get back to the UK to have another play.

Clarity have a great starter kit which is available HERE

It was a great day and I learnt so much  - it is amazing how much creativeness and  talent was crammed into the room.

Here are a few more samples made using a custom ink pad which Maria showed me how to make:

Well it was a long and tiring day and Barbara caught me on camera and Blogged about it HERE


Happy Crafting!

Paul x

7 comments:

  1. Paul - you keep playing with the gelli plate - it is addictive!!! You have done just grand! and so many of us envy all you talented folks together - so much fun for you all x

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  2. So glad you're having a great time Paul! Hope Jo is behaving too and keeping those tassels under control! x

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  3. Lovely blog again today....I spy with my little eye .... a new stencil.......so beautiful :)

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  4. I NEED that peacock right this moment. It is gorgeous!!! I can just see that with Perfect Pearls, holding flakes and double sided acetate. Wow! Glad you enjoyed your play with the Gelli. Enjoy the rest of the trip. xx Maggie

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  5. Ha Ha all too much for you?? You got some great prints off your Gelli Paul. xxx

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