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Trick or Treat? with Altered Pages and Royal Langnickel

Whenever I pull prints with my Gelli Plate, I like to make LOTS of extra prints for two reason:
1.  It's just fun.
2.  You never know when you'll want a printy background.

These were made from prints pulled using acrylic paints, on deli wrap paper, gel medium-ed to a textured cardstock substrate:

 Perfect colors for some fall fun?

Finish off the edges with some crayon and inks

Altered Pages is partnering this month with Royal Langnickel, makers of many art supplies, including acrylic and watercolor paints.
Thank you for stopping by, and a Happy Thursday to you!


  1. Trisha, these are really beautiful ... and I'm kinda surprised because usually I don't care for 'cute' vintage images on modern surface technique backgrounds. But, you've really found the key to making it work. Lovely cards, thanks for sharing.

    I can't play gelli plate - too messy for me LOL

  2. I've never played with gelli plates but your cards are fa-boo-lous!

  3. Gelli Plates are da bomb diggity bomb! Trisha makes it all so beautiful with her techniques.

  4. Your Gelli Print Backgrounds are just fabulous Trisha and so fun for this cute images. xx

  5. brilliant backgrounds! I agree about having extra background ready for inspiration and creating! xo


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