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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Closer to Finished

Remember one of my first attempts at gelli printing on fabric?  I have now backed it with felt and did some quilting/thread sketching on it.
Here is a detail.
And then I added some metallic paint.
It is now going to sit on my design wall for a while to see what else it needs before I call it done. The plan is to mat and frame it.

5 comments:

  1. Oh I do like that a lot! Makes me want to get out my Gelli Plate!

    xxoo

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  2. Boy, the stitching really set this off!!

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  3. I definitely like the stitching!
    Thanks for the update... I need to try that on some of my prints!

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