As many of you know, I recently returned from a week long art retreat in Bemidji, MN with friends Brian Kasstle, John Arbuckle and our wonderful host Terry Garrett. While we were there we spent one entire day working on gelli prints. What I love most about gelli printing is that it is so random and unpredictable.

Here are a few of the many gelli prints I created while I was there, followed by some fantastic videos on gelli printing.

If you have never tried gelli prints or would like to learn some new techniques, check out some of the videos below and share what you have created with us on the MUSE STUDIO Facebook group. We always love to see what you are making.

Gelli™ Plate Prints on Acetate, Black Cardstock, Etc.

Gelli™ Printing with Styrofoam Plates

Gelli™ Plate Tutorial Plus Alternatives to Use

Gelli Printing® with Dylusions Paints

Thick & Thin of Gelli Printing®

Gelli® Print Using Napkins Layers