Real sorry but I can only give you a sneak peek of the pieces since the take in deadline is June 24th.
But there is a calligraphy on Gelli Plate tutorial below. Click on any image to enlarge. Enjoy
I've been doing a lot of playing with my Gellli Plates and demo'ing Callgraphy on them. Under normal circumstances, anything you do on a Gelli plate will give you a reverse image when pulling a print. If you are doing basic lettering, you can just put a reversed image under your Gelli Plate and trace, but if you are doing manipulative calligraphy, that becomes problematic... So I decided to pull a print onto a 2nd Gelli Plate, giving me a reversed image of my calligraphy and then pulling my print. You can see the steps below.
This is another version of my "water lily pond" color scheme... The colors I used were Ceramcoat "Lime", "Laguna", "Yellow"; Americana "Royal Fuchsia".
After Brayering the paint - not over mixing the colors.
I used a plastic glue applicator, cutting it down to the nib size I wanted approx 3/8"w. Wrote my word "Create", cleaning my applicator after every letter.
Pulling a print using my 2nd Gelli Plate (this gives me a reverse image of my calligraphy)
Then pulling a print onto glossy paper from the 2nd plate. (it will work using any cardstock put I found it gave me the crispest lettering using glossy paper or glossy cardstock.)