Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page by Megan Whisner Quinlan
Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page by Megan Whisner Quinlan

Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page by Megan Whisner Quinlan

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Books & Journal | Dina Wakley Media | Gel Plate

Megan Whisner Quinlan shows you how to create your own unique papers with Dina Wakley Collage Paper and the Gel Plate to make this inspiring journal page.

Instructions 

Using your gel plate can be a fun way to create your own unique papers with your colors and style. In this tutorial we will be using the gel plate to make some inspiring collage papers to tear up and use on any journal page or project. Follow and play along!

 

Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page Step 1

Step 1: Spread some Turquoise Acrylic Paint onto the Gel Plate with a Medium Brayer. Pick up the print with some Plain Collage Paper. 

 

 

Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page Step 2

Step 2: Spread some Sedona acrylic paint onto the Gel Plate and place the Mosaic Circle stencil onto the surface. Roll your brayer over the stencil and remove. Pick up the print with your Turquoise Collage Paper print. 




Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page Step 3
Step 3: Tear your collage print and Collage Paper botanicals so that you have some bits to begin collaging onto your Kraft journal pages.



Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page Step 4 

Step 4: Begin gluing your pages randomly onto your pages with a  glue stick.




Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page Step 5
Step 5: Cut a page out of the journal and trim it to about 2.5” wide. Add some bits and a Botanical Chipboard Shape onto the rectangle with Ultra Thick Gel Medium. Leave about a ½” space at the bottom to fold. This will become a flap. 




Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page Step 6
Step 6: Staple the flap to the left hand page. Add some text with a White Opaque Pen. Stamp your phrase from the I Am stamp set onto white cardstock with Archival Jet Black ink. Cut out. Finish gluing your components onto the right-hand page. 




Dina Wakley Gel Plate Journal Page Step 7

Step 7: When you are done you will have a secret flap to add a surprise image or some journaling on your spread.

 

 


  • Henriëtte on

    Awesome double page Megan.
    Totally love the idea of the secret flap.
    Dina’s Media Chipboard Shapes are sooo gorgeous.
    Thank you so much for sharing, stay safe and have a wonderful day.


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