These are the results of experimenting with gelatine printing. You make up the gelatine on a flat surface such as a baking sheet-I used a plastic tray (food packaging) and stood it on a baking sheet. Once the gelatine has set you can then put ink onto it and take a print from it. You can put things like leaves into the ink I think-I am not sure if I understood the instructions I had properly. I was being impatient so I just blobbed a bit of printing ink (watercolour) on and had a go. The first print came off with a layer of the jelly on it which I thought would never dry, but it did. The next couple didn't have the jelly on it but were more wishy washy looking. The one on the right here is the first.