Using Gelli Prints Digitally

Welcome back to our Make It Monday series!  You probably arrived here from Jen who shared her Count Your Blessing Project.  Read through to see the others in this blog hop.

I’ve fallen in love with my Gelli Plate and making fun papers to use with my paper projects.  However I love some of the prints more than others and feel like I could never get it that good again!   I realized I could scan my prints and then use them in my digi-scrapping too.

I have a fairly new Brother MFC all-in-one machine that actually scans better than does photo quality printing.  I’ve scanned my prints and then imported them into my Artisan software.  Once in the software, I’ve tagged them to make it easier to find and use.

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I then can use them in my projects as I wish.  So far, I’ve done a layout and a two sided tag. I love how the paper looks embellished and the colors in the tags are so fun!

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I’m now even more excited to combine my love for Gelli prints and digi-scrapbooking!   Thanks again for all your support during these Make It Monday blog hops!  Now it’s time to check out Gina Zee who is using wrapping paper for a tag!


And if you missed anyone, here’s the full lineup for this week’s Make It Monday Blog Hop.


Connie shares her inspired new wall display for showcasing scrapbooking layouts, tags and cards!

Melissa is sharing a super simple, but FINISHED Week in the Life album – with free cut files for you!Beth is sharing the beginning of her December Daily prepping and has a great tutorial on how to incorporate different page protectors

Jen is sharing a free template & her NEW! Count Your Blessings Project that starts on November 1st.  This project will include hybrid, traditional and smash style scrapbooking, all in one fun mini album for November.

GinaZee has a project for Christmas tag swap. Upcycling paper for a Seasonal tag.

Kristie shares an interesting way to create a background with handwriting and a water soluble medium.

Alice from Scrapbook Wonderland has and adorable card for a little girl. Bonus… it’s a gift too!

Alison is sharing how to tie a current photo with an older story that didn’t have one, on her layout today.




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13 thoughts on “Using Gelli Prints Digitally

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  5. Oh look at all that beautiful stuff you made. I haven’t played with a gelli plate before but maybe one day I will. I think your idea was brilliant to scan those papers in and use them digitally.

  6. Karen, scanning your prints was really thinking ahead! You will really get a lot of use from those beautiful papers. I love the artsy effect you can give a layout, or any project! The things you’ve shared are wonderful!

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