Gel Print Envelope Tutorial using acrylic paints, stencils, rubber stamps and more. In this tutorial Linda shows how to create Gel Prints to make an envelope with pockets and tuck spots.
Gel Print to Envelope Tutorial Video
Supplies used for the Gel Print to Envelope Tutorial
- Gel Press
- Acrylic Paint
- Seam Binding
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist
- Sewing Machine
- Shabby Stitches Stamp Set
- Postmark Collage
Using Gel Prints created with Acrylic Paints, Stencils on old book pages and copy paper you can create an Envelope with tuck spots.
Add pockets made with your Gel Prints , for larger journal cards.
Use this mixed media effect by using stamps, stencils and your Gel Prints to create something beautiful to write in.
Use your sewing machine on the edges of your Gel Print Envelope to give a polished look.
You also add several journaling cards inside your Gel Print Envelope by creating a layered pocket area inside the pockets giving even more journaling space.
Use your imagination with your journal cards by using stamps and sewing the edges to a finished look Here you can see Linda has used butterfly stamps adhered to Gel Prints, which have been machine sewed on the journal cards.
Stamping the cover of the Gel Print envelope with Collage to give a classic look to the cover.
Tattered Angels sprayed on seam binding creates the colors to match your Gel Prints.
Use your imagination when creating your Gel Print Envelope. What acrylics colors do you love to use when creating your Gel Prints?
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