Gelatin Print Mini Book

Good afternoon stencil lovers! This is Rachel Kleinman here to share a little book I created made out of finished gelatin plate monoprints.


The entire book is created with finished printed pages. Sometimes after a good monoprinting session I don’t always know what to do with all the finished printed pages I have. This book is an easy way to keep them all in one place as a display.


The fun thing about gelatin printing is that you can use the same stencils and same paints and still end up with 3 completely different looking prints. My book has a total of 12 pages/prints and measures 5″ x 3.5″.



Putting the book together was pretty easy. I started by folding each finished page in half. Then I adhered the back of one page to the back of the next page, making sure the creased edges were all on the same side. Then I trimmed a piece of adhesive fabric to create the spine binding. Finally, I cut two more pieces of a finished print to glue on as the front and back covers.


Now I’ll share some of the inside pages!






And that’s only half of the pages! To see ALL the inside prints please visit my blog post HERE.

Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy the rest of your creative weekend 🙂

Rachel Kleinman

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The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member

The Crafter’s Workshop Certified Educator

I used a total of 15 The Crafter’s Workshop stencils in this project. Some of the more prominent stencils used are listed below. (some links may be affiliate links).

TCW 575s – Joyful Sunflower

TCW 576 – Leafy Branches

TCW 562 – Shattered Triangles

TCW 571 – Wagon Wheel

TCW 2065 – Circled Face

TCW 528 – Daily Buzz

TCW 2078 – Daisy Window Fragment


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