Monday, February 19, 2018

Mixed Media Monday: Ranger Ink Gel Printing Plate First Look Tag Making (Part 1)

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Hi everyone! Ranger Ink kindly sent me their new Gel Printing Plate so I thought it would be perfect for today's Mixed Media Monday to play and create some tags using it! Over on my YouTube channel you can find an unboxing but I don't like JUST an unboxing so I go right into playing with the new gel plate.  

Once I got started, I just didn't want to stop so the video is on the longer side but I think it's worth it. I will also be back next week with a Part 2 sharing how I took one of the tags to a completed project. I think the new gel plate will be awesome in assisting me with any creative block because it's really a no thinking kind of creating. Just adding paints, stencils, textures, etc until you're ready to stop. I even show you how to correct a background that might have gotten too busy.

Here are just a few more close ups of the tags and all that gorgeous texture. I am honestly, as I type this, planning for my next creative sessions with the Gel Plate!

I hope you'll enjoy this video!

Ranger Gel Plate
Ranger Gel Plate Printing Brayer
Ranger Gel Plate Texture Combs
Ranger Gel Plate Texture Tools
Ranger Gel Plate Squeegee
Distress Tags #8 Size
Dylusions Journaling Tags #10 Size 
Dina Wakley Media Heavy Body Acrylic (Night, White, Magenta, Blushing, Turquoise, Elephant, Night, Evergreen, Medieval, Ocean, Cheddar)
Dylusions Paints (White Linen, Squeezed Orange, Funky Fushsia, Lemon Zest)
Golden Fluid Acrylic (Carbon Black)
DWM Stencils (Variegated Stars, Medieval Crosses, Big Leafy, Swirling Dashes)
Dylusions Stencils (Old School Alpha Small, Old School Numbers Small)
Tim Holtz Stencil (Speckles)

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