You can see the wood block stamps, (bottom left) which I tried using, but they were not really successful.
But rubber stamps work really well - used a large corner stamp here.
Stamps remove the paint from the plate, so I needed to think about at what point to use a stamp during making a print.
They work well with the Gelli plate, this print is not finished, but you can see the text is the right way round!
This one is on black glossy card using Pebeo Studio Acrylics Iridescent paint, with a quite intricate stencil. The glossy card holds onto the paint when taking the stencil off, creating a good textured effect. Pity photos can't show the iridescent shimmer!
All this Gelli-ing creates a conundrum. I'm sure I'm not alone in this - I'm creating a lot (and I mean a lot!) of prints! Yes, I'm using them on cards, and I have an idea to use them on canvas (die-cut), and they make great journal backgrounds, but the rate of use is still not going to keep up with production!
Perhaps we should form Gelli Anonymous - to find ways to use these prints, otherwise they are going to take over the world!