My kitchen floor is covered in a pile of prints. Take a look:
I have fallen head-over-heels in love with gelatin printing. It is so easy, inexpensive, creative and almost any age group can do it. I first became inspired by artist and print maker, Linda Germain. Check out her video on how to make the gelatin plate.
I used a cake pan for my gelatin mould and I needed 2 cups of water and 4 packets of Knox brand gelatin. I followed the directions and voila, my sparkling gelatin printing plate.
Next I gathered my printing ink, brayer and old cookie sheet to prime my brayer. And then it was time to print. I used lots of item around my house to create prints and texture, an old credit card, bubble wrap, a few leaves from the garden, a wine cork and paper cut-outs in different shapes.