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VIDEO: More Gel Printing Ideas – Reuse Masking Film!

Yellow and green gel print with painted and pencil circles around a masked area.

Gel printing cards again this week and sticking with that double-sided card idea, if you missed it check last week’s post for the first card in this series. This week I found a couple of faces in the gel print design! So had to try and bring them out! But faces aren’t the only thing I thought I would try out this week. I thought I would see if I could stretch my stash and reuse an old piece of masking film, one I have used before. Will it still work?

 

Find out in the video and you can find a picture of the inside and the outside of this week’s double-sided card below. 

 

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VIDEO: More Gel Printing Ideas For Cards

 

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ShinHan Masking Film L500
Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide) 
Amazon: UK
Potential alternative (I’ve not used this but it looks like a similar product)…Buy from Amazon: US | CAN

Gelli Plate and other monoprinting plates (I’ve used the 10 x 8 inch Gelli Plate today)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide) 

Amsterdam Standard Acrylic Paint (Naples Yellow Red, Nickel Titan. Yellow, Pyrrole Red, Turquoise Green, Brilliant Blue)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide) 

Amsterdam Acrylic Paint nozzles
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide) 

Pebeo Studio Acrylics Paint (iridescent, DNYA, Green Blue, Blue Green, Green Yellow, iridescent Gold)…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Derwent Inktense Pencils
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide) 

Brayers
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide) 
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide) 

I’ve used 290gsm (approx 130lb) from Card Blanks Direct (UK): 
Here are some alternatives:
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Printer paper (basic and light weight)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Scissors
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide) 

Daler-Rowney System 3 Brush (small flat brush)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide) 

 

You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.

 

Yellow and green gel print with colored pencil drawn face doodles. Outside of a card.

Yellow and green gel print with colored pencil drawn face doodles. Inside of a card.

Don’t forget to watch last week’s card if you missed it and you can find the video on my YouTube channel. You can also find the video where I used this film with watercolors.

And also don’t forget that I have lots of mixed media art video inspiration over there to help you get creative!

 

Have lots of creating!  

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VIDEO: How To Make Gel Printed Greeting Cards With A Difference – Card 1

A greeting card made with gel printing by Kim Dellow

 

I decided to get my gel plate out to make some gel printed greeting cards. But these are gel printed greeting cards with a difference! So if you are looking for something unique that adds that little extra special experience for the recipient of the card then have a go at some double sided printing! I know, right?! There is all that lovely space on a card we should use it!

Well, I show you how this week and I have three cards in total to share with you, but as the footage added up to 2 hours worth I decided to split the video into three! So this is part one today and then the next two gel printed greeting card inspiration will follow over the next couple of weeks, so don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel if you aren’t already and click the notification bell so you don’t miss when they go live. Each card turned out quite different so you are going to want to see them all!

 

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VIDEO: How To Make Gel Printed Greeting Cards With A Difference – Card 1

 

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Gelli Plate and other monoprinting gel plates (I’ve used the 10 x 8 inch Gelli Plate today)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Amsterdam Standard Acrylic Paint (Nickel Titan. Yellow, Pyrrole Red, Brilliant Blue)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Amsterdam Acrylic Paint nozzles
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Pebeo Studio Acrylics Paint (iridescent, DNYA, Green Blue, Blue Green, Green Yellow, iridescent Gold)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Brayers
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

I’ve used 290gsm (approx 130lb) from Card Blanks Direct (UK)
Here are some alternatives:
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Printer paper (basic and light weight)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Scissors
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Daler-Rowney System 3 Brush (small flat brush)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.

side view of A greeting card made with gel printing by Kim Dellow

 

Now don’t forget that I have more card making videos and more gel printing technique videos to watch so have fun catching up with them too!

Have a great creative day!

Kim



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VIDEO: How To Use Your Acrylic Skin Shape – Gel Print Card

 

If you saw my Wednesday Art video this week then you will know that I promised you a project idea for your acrylic skin shapes! Have you made one yet? Or is that today’s project? Well, if you have made your acrylic skin shape or you are about to make it then here is a project idea for using it and also some tips on how to attach it to your project too.  I only point this out because it isn’t always obvious how to actually stick the acrylic skin down as not everything will work, so watch the video and stick around to the end to find out more! Also in this video today I have some gel printing for you as I know how much you love it!

The supplies I have used are listed below and of course there is a close-up photo of the project too!

 

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VIDEO: How To Use Your Acrylic Skin Shape – Gel Print Card

 

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DIY Acrylic Paint Skin Shape

Gel Press and other monoprinting plates (I’ve used the 6×6 inch Gel Press today)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Amsterdam Standard Acrylic Paint (Quinacridone Rose Light, Pyrrole Red, Turquoise Green, Paynes Grey)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Amsterdam Acrylic Paint nozzles
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Brayers
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

Fabriano Accademia Paper is great for printing as it is cheaper but if you can’t find it then try other student art or drawing paper. You can also use the Strathmore Printmaking paper but it is more expensive.
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

I’ve used 290gsm (approx 130lb) cardstock and card blanks from Card Blanks Direct (UK):
Here are some alternatives:
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Golden Regular gel (Gloss)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Palette knives
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.

 

 

If you haven’t made your own acrylic skin shape then you can watch how to make one in my Acrylic Paint Skin Shapes video!

And then there are some more gel printing techniques for you and I have put them in a gel printing playlist – enjoy!

 

Thanks for watching and don’t forget to let me know if you want more videos on this subject!

Have a wonderful creative day.

Kim



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VIDEO: Easy Watercoloring Technique For Working On Non-Watercolor Paper

 

You know that I love watercolors don’t you? But sometimes I don’t actually use them on watercolor paper. When I am making cards I tend to use a smooth, heavy weight, ordinary cardstock which is totally not a watercolor paper! But I love using it because it is a lovely bright white and you can get some really interesting effects, textures and looks using watercolors on it. So my video today gives you an easy watercoloring technique and some pointers on how to use your watercolors on non-watercolor paper and I hope it will encourage you to try the cardstocks that you probably already have in your stash.

It is the same technique that I used for my shaped-edge article in the latest issue of Papercraft Essentials, issue 160. So check that out if you want to see how to add shaped edges to your cardmaking techniques tool kit! Oh and there is a lovely free stamp and coordinating die set and an ink pad too on the cover of this one, so you probably really want to get the mag for that! The technique is just a bonus! ;D

 

VIDEO: Easy Watercoloring Technique For Working On Non-Watercolor Paper

 

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Cardstock 290gsm (approx 130lb)
from Card Blanks Direct UK
Here are some potential alternatives:
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Kuretake Gansia Tambi Paint
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Altenew Striped Florals
Buy from Altenew US (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Simon Says Stamp US (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Seven Hills Crafts UK (Ships Worldwide)

Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black and Fern Green)
Buy from CraftStash UK (Ships Worldwide)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

MISTI (Stamping tool)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Oyster Stamps UK
Buy from Simon Says Stamp US (Ships Worldwide)

Da Vinci Cosmotop Spin Round brush Series 5580 size 2 and 6
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Ranger Artist Brushes (I used the flat brush from this set)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Jackson’s Art Raven mop brush size 0
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Ceramic Palette
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Large Ceramic Palette with lid and decoration (If you wanted to treat yo self!)
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Creative Stencils (I used Leaves)
Buy From CraftStash UK (Ships Worldwide)

Layout Paper (I used: Daler Rowney – Layout Paper Pad – 45gsm / 31lb)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Cutting board and craft knife

Sponge

You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.

 

 

I hope that has inspired you to try the cardstock you have. By all means keep on using your watercolor paper! I love watercolor paper too but mastering how to use non-watercolor paper is just another technique to add to that arty tool kit!

For more ideas using watercolors try these videos.

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VIDEO: 5 MORE Ways With Embossing Folders

 

Are you looking for some more ways with embossing folders? Some ideas you can use to get the most out of them, and some where you don’t even need a die-cutting machine? Well, following on from my 5 Ways With Embossing Folders video I have got 5 More Ways With Embossing Folders for you today! I hope you have alot of fun with them. These are great for all sorts of projects from mixed media to cardmaking.

You might want to save the ‘5 More Ways With Embossing Folders’ video on YouTube as underneath it, in the description, I’ve put direct links to each technique so that you can find them easily again when you refer back to the video. I’ve done the same to the first 5 Ways With Embossing Folders video too!

And at the bottom of today’s post is a close up of the results of some of the techniques from today.

 

VIDEO: 5 MORE Ways With Embossing Folders

 

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Embossing folders (I used: Sizzix – Candy Hearts, Chevron Texture, Party Time Dots)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from CraftStash UK (Ships Worldwide)

Cuttlebug Die-cutting machine
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from CraftStash UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Simon Says Stamp US (Ships Worldwide)

Embossing Powder (I’ve used WOW! Earthtone Mint, Earthtone Olive)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Amsterdam Standard Acrylic Paint (Pyrrole Red)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Amsterdam Acrylic Paint nozzles
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Embossing ink e.g. VersaMark Ink
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from CraftStash UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Simon Says Stamp US (Ships Worldwide)

Ranger Distress Oxides (Fossilized Amber, Broken China)
…Buy from Amazon:  UK | US | CAN
Buy from CraftStash UK (Ships Worldwide)

Brayers
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

Air drying Clay (I used Das)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Bakable clay (I used Fimo)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Cardstock 290gsm (approx 130lb)
Buy from Card Blanks Direct UK
Here are some alternatives:
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Craft Foam
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Acrylic Blocks
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Creative Dies Nested Hexagons
Buy from Craftstash UK (Ships Worldwide)

Layout Paper (I used: Daler Rowney – Layout Paper Pad – 45gsm / 31lb)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.

 

 

As I said in the video I still have a lot more techniques to share with you so keep your eye out for the next in my ‘5 Ways With Embossing Folders’ video series!

Kim



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VIDEO: How To Use Heat Embossing On Fabric – Mixed Media Techniques

 

Sometimes you try heat embossing on fabric and it just lets it you down. Has this happened to you? You stamp and add you embossing powder and all is going well but when you heat set the powder it just doesn’t work! Well, if this has happened to you, and you have difficulty heat embossing on fabric, then I have an easy hack that will help! And it will open up a whole lot of creative fun for using heat embossing on fabric in your art journals, mixed media projects and cardmaking too, so try it out!

I have listed everything I have used today below and you will find some project inspiration at the bottom of the page too!

 

VIDEO: How To Heat Emboss On Fabric – Mixed Media Technique

 

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Prima Marketing Finnabair Rust and Dust stamp set
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Embossing ink e.g. VersaMark Ink
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from CraftStash UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Simon Says Stamp US (Ships Worldwide)

Heat Tool
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Simon Says Stamp US (Ships Worldwide)

Embossing Powder (I’ve used WOW! Rose Gold, Florida Sunset, Fluorescent Yellow, Gold Pearl, Earthtone Mint)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Fabric: Denim, Calico (or Muslin)

Golden Regular gel (Gloss)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Golden Matte Medium
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
…Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Palette knives
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

Ranger Artist Brushes
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.

 

Click to learn how to make a Mixed Media wearable cuff

 

To see how I made the the fabric cuff visit the step by step photo blog post I wrote for Blitsy. Can you tell it was a cold day that I took that photo?!

Have fun with your next heat embossing on fabric project!

Kim



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VIDEO: 4 Last Minute Christmas Cards From Recycled Packaging

Last minute Christmas cards from recycled packaging. Video by Kim Dellow

 

Ok, so you are tired of hearing it, but we don’t have long to go before Christmas and I don’t know about you but I am totally behind with all my Christmas jobs! So today I have a video to help you out with some ideas for making those last minute Christmas cards and all you need is some old packaging and a few bits and bobs that you probably already have in your stash or around the house.

You won’t even need to buy any new stamps or stencils for this one! It is that last minute friendly! Grab your favourite glue, (obviously everyone has a favourite glue!) scissors, paints, packaging and some cardstock or card blanks and you are good to go! As always the full list is below the video so just scroll down!

 

VIDEO: 4 Last Minute Christmas Cards From Recycled Packaging

 

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Cardboard and tissue paper from packaging

Liquitex basics Acrylic paint
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

(the gold was from a high street newsagents, I’m not even sure if they still make it, but you can find gold acrylic paint from lots of brands)

Brushes
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

String
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Card blanks (white and kraft options)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Double sided adhesive tape
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Glues
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

I use Golden regular gel as my glue (see this video for more details)
Buy from Amazon UK 
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

We R Memory Keepers Crop-a-dile (hole punch)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Fiskars Trimmer
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

 

 

Close-up of the Last minute Christmas cards from recycled packaging. Video by Kim Dellow

 

The freehand drawing circles tips and tricks video that I mentioned was the from Fine-Art Tips and is well worth watching as there are three really useful hacks. And whilst you are at it you might want to watch my recent DIY gift wrap set video using Gelli papers, if you missed it.

Have fun and let me know how your Christmas planning is going, I will be very jealous if you have everything sorted already!

Kim



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VIDEO: 5 Ways With Background Dies

5 ways with background dies video tutorial by Kim Dellow

What are your favourite background dies at the moment and how do you use them? Do tell in the comments below, I would love to hear because today I have a video with my five favourite ways to use background dies. The ideas that I am sharing today are perfect for mixed media, art journaling and painting techniques but also card making too. So whilst you are at it, let me know which projects you love to do – mixed media, art journaling, cardmaking or something else? I would really love to know.

So if you are going to tell me which is your favourite background die at the moment then let me tell you mine! I mentioned it in my heart and star shaped cards blog post a month ago, it is the Apple Blossom Hexagon Panel Die from Craft stash. Have you seen it? It’s pretty huge and super versatile.

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VIDEO: 5 Ways With Background Dies

Supplies:
Apple Blossom Hexagon Panel Die
Cricut Cuttlebug Die-cutting machine
Cricut Cuttlebug Spacer Plate A
Cricut Cuttlebug Replacement Cutting Plate B
Cricut Cuttlebug Thin Die Adaptor Plate C
Creative Dies Plus Stitched and Pierced Nesting Heart dies
MFT Die-namics Stitched Circle STAX dies
Corrugated cardboard
white cardstock
Craft foam
Brayer
Golden Regular gel
Ranger Archival Ink Viridian
Liquitex Heavy body paint Medium Magenta
Ranger Dylusions Ink Spray Vibrant Turquoise
Palette
craft knife

close up of 5 ways with background dies video tutorial by Kim Dellow

making craft foam stamps and embellishments with background dies, a video tutorial by Kim Dellow

As always if you are inspired to make something using the techniques and ideas that I share then link me up in social media as I would love to see it. You can find links to all my feeds below or you can leave a comment here or on my YouTube channel.

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Simple Circles For Card Making

Friday was card making with triangles, so Mondays is using circles! And you guys know how much I love circles! Circles everywhere; in my Instagram feed, on my YouTube channel, they have even gotten into a sneak peek at some up and coming products for my PaperArtsy range.

What’s that? New stamps?…well maybe! You will just have to wait and see, or you could go and check out the peek over on the PaperArtsy blog if you like!

But back to today’s circles!

Simple circle design for card making

Again it is a simple card design but this time I’ve die-cut some nested circles, slightly off centre to create two circular frames and one full circle. I layered the circle frames on Khadi paper, just as with the triangles on Friday, then added the full circle to the big frame and a die-cut heart to the smaller frame.

This one has more of a vintage feel with the vintage style patterned papers. I quite like how the heart is mostly red with a touch of blue, it adds a nice pop I think.

Close up of a simple circle card design

This was for a birthday as you can see, but the design would work just as well for a Valentine’s card don’t you think?

And just in case you are looking for Valentine’s Day projects a jam jar make over on the Blitsy blog showing how to make this bright little tea light holder.

Looks pretty both with the tea light off and on!

Decorated Jam Jar Votive, showing it with the tealight on and off

Hope you enjoyed the simple circle card design and the jam jar make over project, perfect to start the creative week!

So what are you making for Valentine’s day?

Kim



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