05/11/2014

What's On Your Work Desk? Wednesday - Gelli Art Prints

It's time for some WOYWW - What's on your work desk Wednesday.  You can read all about it here on Julia's blog the Stamping Ground.

This photograph was taken yesterday (Tuesday) and it's still that way now.  I had an afternoon of painting and pulling prints with my gelli plate.  I only have the one size and it just fits neatly into the space where I make stuff hehehe sounds very techie doesn't it?  But you know what I mean.  I have a large desk but only a small space to create in - nice and cosy.  

Anyway what you can see on my desk are the prints I made using the Gelli art plate.  I'm finding it very addictive and have to be strict with the time I spend with it - it's like having a creative relationship haha.  I've used some of the new goodies I bought from hobby craft on Sunday (I'd only popped in for some white envelopes).  

These prints will be used as part of a Christmas card project I am involved in for a company in London and will be part of a blog post - the 12 days of Christmas.  I'm really drawn towards the print on the right hand side of the photograph.  You can just see the colours on the first print and I've purposely hidden the rest of the image as it was the first one I pulled and I really love how it's turned out and will feature in my little project.

Gelli art prints

My goodies from Sundays visit to Hobby Craft
(the envelopes were on the other table).

Right I'm off to grab a cup of tea and heading over to the Stamping Ground to have a nosey around what everyone else has on their work desks.

Anita




10 comments:

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

Lovely prints Anita! And I'm loving your white envelopes too, LOL! Great excuse, I'll use it next time I tell my husband I need to pop into Hobby Craft! Incidentally, I was there on Sunday too - bought some stamps on clearance! Have a fantastic, crafty week! zsuzsa @ InkyDinkyDoodle # 42 (you're right behind me - we must have posted at the same time!)

Artatag said...

Those prints are fantastic! I really love them!
You got yourself some really nice toys to play with!
Cheers
Gabriele 30

trisha too said...

Mmmmm yum, Gelli prints--these are beautiful, Anita, and your new stash of goodies is a treat!

Happy woyww to you!
:)trisha
#54 this week with
painty things

Neet said...

Nice prints Anita - I am drawn to the one with the red triangles at the top. Love those colours.
Hugs, Neet 35 ish xx

Chrysalis said...

They are gorgeous, Anita. I had to smile at your visit to H - I usually just pop in for one item!! Hugs, Chris # 7

Diana Taylor said...

I love your gelli prints, and I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with them. I love all the stash - a girl after my own heart - I often nip into Hobby craft for one item and come out with a carrier bag full of stuff!
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog, I hope you have a great week,
Diana #41

Nannie4 said...

Absolutely beautiful gelli prints!Ooooh---treasures from the craft store. That's always so much fun. :) Thanks for your visit and comment. Have a wonderful week, Anita.
Nann #52

Lisca Meijer said...

Great gelli prints! So colourful.
You made me smile with your Hobbycraft story. I don't think my husband would have fallen for that one as the newsagent sell white envelopes but it's a jolly good excuse and I would use it whille you can. You got yourself some great stuff.
Sorry I'm so late in commenting. I like to comment on all of the posts but there just aren't enough hours in the day...
Thank you for letting me look over your shoulder.
Have a good week.
Lisca#28

Scrapbook Lynne said...

Anita, your gelli prints are awesome! I want to know what kind of paper you are using? (I ask this of everyone that I come across that is sharing a gelli-print) Thanks for popping by my workspace and for allowing me to have a peek at yours! Scrapbook Lynne #69

okienurse said...

Awesome Gelli art. I need to pull mine out and try again...wasn't to good the first few times I tried. Lots of awesome stash too...enjoy playing with it. Have a great week. Vickie #68