Gel Press Cards

Gel Press® Pink Ribbon Cards

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.  I used my Gel Press® Plate to make some Pink Ribbon cards. Here’s a quick video Supplies 6″X 6″ Gel Press® Plate StencilGirl Stencils – by Traci Bautista Circles Circles  and Floral 1 and Optical Large by Michelle Ward Handmade pink ribbon mask Various acrylic paint Black Charcoal Pencil Matte Gel Medium     Check out other great projects on the Gel Press Blog,…

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Gel Pressed Gift Bags with Gel Press®

Gift Bag making made easy with the Gel Press®.  Need a gift bag for that little something you want to give that special person?  Use some prints made with your Gel Press®, some punches or scissors and score some fold lines.  Create bags in any size and style, in no time. Supplies: Sheet of cardstock paper Acrylic paints in two or more colors Stencil Brayer Gel Press® reusable gel printing…

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Upcycle Soap Boxes into Colorful ATCs with Gel Press ®

Hello, Creative peeps … Kitti here with a quick and easy upcycled project. I love turning trash into art! If you’ve been wanting to make Artist Trading Cards, but think you don’t have enough time, learn how easy and fast you can make a handful of beautiful ATCs with the 8×10 Gel Press ® plate. Because you are creating an abstract background, you really don’t have to obsess about where…

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Quick & Colorful Flower Cards with Gel Press®

  Designed by Cindi McGee – Behind These Eyes™ www.CindiMcGeeBehindTheseEyes.blogspot.com Gel Press® printing is a great way to make beautiful backgrounds for greeting cards, and also to make unique one of a kind focal images for your cards.  No two are ever exactly alike!  These colorful flower cards feature prints made with positive and negative images, and I love the result of both techniques! Materials:  Gel Press® 8×10” Printing Plate…

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Butterfly Die Cut Cards with Gel Press ®

  A fantastic way to draw the eye to something is to have lots of white space around it. With these cards, I draw the eye toward the very brightly coloured butterflies that I have cut from some mono-printed cardstock. This is a great project for using up prints you’ve made that may not have worked out the way you wanted – as long as the colors are bright it…

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Gel Press® Art Journal Page

I admit that I could spend hours making prints using my Gel Press® plate, who couldn’t? BUT, I also love to use my plates directly onto my art journal too and create around the prints. Since I am using a small 5½x8″ journal the Petite plates and the 3×5″ plate are the perfect sizes for this project. Supplies: Deco Art Acylic paint ColourArte Silks brayer and spatula assorted markers and…

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Mixed Media Fabric Tags using Gel Press®

Good Morning Creatives! Keri Sallee here…sharing with you a fun new project I recently made using Gel Press® with Acrylic paint on fabric tags. Supplies For this project, I used: Gel Press® 8×10 Plate Fabric Elements tags  (Rebekah Meier) Acrylic Paint (Deco Art & Plaid) Stencils (The Crafter’s Workshop) Texture Plate (Faber-Castell) Fabric Markers (Tulip) Embellishments (Teresa Collins & Maggie Holmes) How to…                 Finishing…

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Gel Press® Canvas Background

Kathy Adams here to share a summer time canvas using Gel Press® deli paper prints for the background.  Consider displaying a special photo on a mixed media canvas instead of hiding it in an album.  The Gel Press® is also a great way to “paint” chipboard pieces.  Let me show you how I created my canvas. Supplies 8″ x 10″ Gel Press® Plate 5″ x 7″ Gel Press® Plate DecoArts…

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Gel Press ® & ETI Blog Hop

Welcome to the ETI/Gel Press Blog Hop. The designers for both companies have been creating wonderful projects. Please leave a comment on EACH blog. Tell us on the Gel Press blog and on the Resin Crafts blog as to which projects you found most interesting or inspiring. One winner will be picked, at random, Sunday, July 31, 2016, at 10:00 pm CST. The winner will get both Petite sets of…

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Gel Press® Kids Craft: Tic Tac Tote

Good Morning Creatives! Keri here and today I want to show you a fun kids craft that you can make in no time with your little munchkins! My son came up with the very clever name of “Tic Tac Tote” for this project and I have to admit…I like it! You can find a complete supply list at the end of this post, which includes the Gel Press® Petite Set A and…

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