Wednesday, August 17, 2016

DIY Pretty Paper Lunch Bags with Gel Press®

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 Hi, and welcome to a quick and easy how to.  Today I am sharing with my viewers and the viewers over at the Gel Press® blog, how I make colourful and wild prints on regular plain paper bags.  You may remember my experiment with coffee filters (see here), now I am still in the kitchen but with a different product.


Supplies:
Paper Lunch Bags
Gel Press® 5" x 7" reusable Gel Printing Plate
DecoArt Andy Skinner Tornado Stencil 8" x 8" (20.3 x 20.3 cm) ANDY106
DecoArt Americana® Neons Acrylic Paints (Torrid Orange, Electric Blue, Thermal Green, Scorching Yellow)
Brayer
1.5" inch chipboard circle (Mask)

The full instructions are all ready for you over on the Gel Press® blog (click here).

I would love to see what other kitchen products you can come up with to use with your own Gel Press®!

Thank you for stopping by, and Remember:  You can't use up Creativity.  The more you use it the more you have.