During the Creative Mixed Media session today I decided on Creating Nautical Gel Prints and More. First I created a few gel prints and then I used those gel prints to create journal cards.
Watch the replay of Creating Nautical Gel Prints and More. Remember you can always change the play back speed to make the video play faster.
Supplies used for Creating Nautical Gel Prints and More
- Out To Sea Chipboard Pieces
- Skillful Mariner Stamp
- Atlas Rubber Stamp
- Celebrate the Journey Stamp
- Water Depth Rubber Stamp
- Anchor Rubber Stamp
- Lobster and Sea Fan Duo Stamp set
- Wave Border Rubber Stamp
- Water Stamp
- Sails Cube Rubber Stamps Set
- Out To Sea Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists Kit:
- 12 x 12 Gel Press
- Splashing Anchors Stencil
- June 2020 Artistic Stencil Club
- Sea Shells Stencil
- April 2020 Artistic Stencil Club
- Circles Big and Small Stencil
- Cheese Cloth
- Heat Tool
- Distress Oxide Mermaid Lagoon
A few of the Gel Prints that were made during the live stream. These have been created into a digital download that can be found here.
Using gel prints, Linda used the anchor rubber stamp for the background of this journal card. Afterwards, she used the out to sea tattered angels glimmer mists on the out to sea chip board pieces, and then sprayed more glimmer mist on cheese cloth.
Creating the round sunset using the water rubber stamp and one of the ships from sails Cube Stamp set , Linda shows how you can create your own element with some simple techniques. Finally adding the sentiment Skillful Mariner stamp at the top finished the journal card.
Putting this journal card together, Linda used the sea fan from the Lobster and Sea fan duo stamp set, she stamped around the edges to give the look of a coral reef. Painting the ship and anchor from the Out To Sea Chipboard pieces with the out to sea tattered angels glimmer mists.
Linda created this journal card using the anchor rubber stamp around the edges, and then painted the out to sea chipboard piece in dark blue and gold paint. She colored the cheese cloth the out to sea tattered angels glimmer mists.
Using the atlas stamp for the background and water depth stamp as a border on this journal card. Linda created a sentiment with the celebrate the journey stamp. The out to sea chipboard piece in the middle was painted with a dark blue and gold.
Getting creative with your stencils and rubber stamps is a great way to create your own nautical journal cards.
Which nautical journal card was your favorite?