Here are some other ideas for using these types of collage elements:
· Print or trace designs onto cardstock and cut out negative space to create stencils for use with your Gelli Arts Gel Printing Plate or with sprays right in your art journal.
· Doodle on the collage sheets (i.e. “Zentangle” style).
· Use them as borders behind other collage elements.
· Experiment with creating an image transfer with gel medium, packing tape, etc. You can find a link to a video I made recently on how to do an image transfer with Collage Pauge here:
To download/print, try clicking on the collage sheet to open it up and right clicking on it to save it to your desktop. You can then right click on the icon or your desktop to send to the printer. The collage sheets should print as either an 8x10 or full page “photo” on paper of your choice. If you use them, please keep to your personal use (do not reproduce or sell in whole or in part), and please give any credit if credit is due. Enjoy!
If you like working with these types of collage sheets, check out the others on my blog. You can find them here:· http://feliciathejournaljunkie.blogspot.com/2012/02/my-first-attempt-at-creating-collage.html
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