Printing without a Press

Today’s book is Gelli Plate Printing by Joan Bess:

14 of 31

Warning: this activity is addicting!

Monoprinting is all about creative play and that exhilarating feeling you get when you pull each print off the plate because you never know how it’s going to turn out.  In fact, the main characteristic of monoprinting is that no two prints are alike. 

Here’s what I created:

14b

14c

14d

14e

What are you working on?

Thanks for stopping  by,

Julie

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