Sunday, June 20, 2010

Jello Printing Class at JLC



Jello....Jello...Jello



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Adventures in Art Quilting
Class Samples





Jello Printing Class Samples





The Table is set for FUN!





Instructor, Nancy Bryant
Leads the class in printing on a gelatin pad with botanicals





Paint is applied to the surface of the gelatin
Botanicals are placed on top of the paint





Elaine is placing grasses on top of blue paint




Elaine's prints from the blue painted jello





3 prints can be made from one jello printing





12 Students joined Nancy and I for a day of Jello Printing





Pam created a purple background for her jello print.
Then stamped white flowers on top of the purple.





Joan used foam stamps to create this print





Joan.....Jello Quilt





Printing Objects

Notice the round green plastic paper plate holder in the center of the table...





Jackie used the round green plate holder to create the image in the center of her jello quilt





Linda...Jello Print on a DARK fabric





The students created nearly 100 jello prints during the morning session





Sally designing an inner border treatment




Sally........Jello Quilt




Back side of Sally's quilt











Instructor, Nancy Bryant, advising Debbie on her binding technique






Janet binding her journal quilt




Janet......Jello Quilt





Debbie binding her journal quilt...




Debbie.......Jello Quilt





Jo....Ferns printed on jello
Dragon Fly printed with a foam stamp





Heidi......Jello Quilt





Adventures in Jello Printing


A few students escaped before I could capture a photo of their quilt~
sorry...



JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop carries the paints used in our Art Quilting Series Classes



Adventures in Jello Printing Class is also being offered again:
Saturday, October 16, 2010
9:30 - 4pm
JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop

1243 Main, P.O. Box 333
Philomath, OR 97370-0333
(541) 929-3795


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CLICK HERE to view the Shaving Cream Printing Class

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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,
LuAnn

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'm jealous!! Class looked like such fun and I've never tried this technique. Too bad y'all are so far away!
Diane in Central PA