Tutorial: Monoprinting with Deco Foil and Rebekah Meier Designs

Mixed Media has recaptured my heart this year, with stencils, illustration, medium and above all color! The freedom it gives me to create texture and colors gives me the greatest satisfaction. Today’s tutorial and project was a true experience. I will be sharing with you how to monoprint a background with paint, Deco Foil and other textures.

I have a gelli plate that had not seen the light of day in ages and I decided to take it out to try out some monoprinting (which is a tremendously addictive process). The idea of monoprinting with foil had been wandering in my head for at least almost 2 years but of course monoprinting directly with Deco Foil or Deco Foil Mediums would most likely ruin the gelli plate… So I came up with a trick that allowed me to add that foil monoprinted look easily!

The backgrounds turned out so incredibly textured and colorful I had to finish them off as cards with one of my digital stamp sentiments from my shop (Always Remember stamp set). But that is all I’m going to say because it’s time to head over to Therm O Web to view the details on this tutorial!

Tutorial:
Click here to see the complete supply list and step by step tutorial on these Foil Monoprinted Backgrounds.

Leave me a comment and tell me… Do you like this technique and would you try it out? Now see you on Therm O Web for the full tutorial post! Thanks for stopping by!

Sharing with: SSS Monday Challenge – Stencil It / Mixed Media Monthly Challenge – Put a Stencil on It / Mixed Media World – Anything Mixed Media Goes / More Mixed Media Challenge – AG Purple



Posted by

Crafty wife and mom / Blogger / Stamp Designer / Lover of all things paper / Deco Foil addict. Find out more about my creative world at www.gracielliedesign.com

5 thoughts on “Tutorial: Monoprinting with Deco Foil and Rebekah Meier Designs

  1. Your foil monoprinting technique is great and the result just amazing! A lot of work, but it was worth it! Beautiful colors! Thanks for playing with us at More Mixed Media Challenge blog! Hugs, Asia

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s