Dream – Visible Image stamps and the Gelli Plate

This week I have been using my Gelli Plate to create some fun backgrounds for my stamping projects. I have prepared a video for you showing how easy it is to whip up a batch of monoprints ready to be turned into cards, journal pages, tags and more.

I took one of them and added more details with my Visible Image stamps and WOW powders embossing powder to create this cool card:

The dreamcatchers are stamped and embossed onto heat resistant acetate before being attached with 3d glue gel.

I hope you enjoyed the video, don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel to see more fun techniques and projects from me.

Stamps Used:



Imagine Dream Inspire


No Space for Dreams


Universal (featured in video)


Teenage Kicks (featured in video)


Other Products Used:

All the links you need:

Visible Image Website – buy stamps, get inspired, contact details and newsletter sign-up

Visible Image Blog – daily inspiration from the DT

Visible Image Facebook Group – DT inspiration, monthly Show and Tell contest, hang out with other Visible Image fans and share your work

Visible Image Facebook Page – all the latest news and information

Visible Image Pinterest Boards – inspirational projects added daily

Visible Image on Instagram – daily dose of inspiration straight to your phone, don’t forget to tag us in your projects too!

5 Replies to “Dream – Visible Image stamps and the Gelli Plate”

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed watching you print your pages with the Gelli plate – so relaxing.

    Love the page. So inspirational. I like the way you’ve used vellum for the dreamcatcher image – fantastic work. Thanks so much for sharing.

  2. Both beautiful and inspiring Teresa, super collection of new releases from Visible Image. I loved your Gelli plate backgrounds video, great techniques which should encourage anyone that has yet had the pleasure of playing with the Gelli plate to give it a go.. xx

  3. Finally managed to watch the video… so awesome… I hope you kept the paper you removed the excess from your brayer with.. it looked so cool too!

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