Happy Monday Gel-A-Tins Fans! I hope you had a lovely weekend. Kate here today, sharing with you a simple thank you card made with the "Build Your Own - Paisley Florals" Collection.
I stamped the patterned paisley stamps with both a heavy-hand and a light-hand create different hues of blue and black paisley images on some blue speckled paper from The Robin's Nest. I then cut out the stamped paisley images and glued them on the kraft paper.
I kept the design simple in order to show off the great patterned paisleys.
Happy weekend, gel-a-tins fans! Hope you have enjoyed our month long promotion with The Robin's Nest! I decided that it was appropriate to make a Thank You card to show our appreciation towards The Robin's Nest!
Today I am using a simple gel-a-tins sentiment from the Honey Bear stamp set:
This card is so simple to make! I cut the patterned paper to the size of a backing mat for an A2 card. The flowers are hand cut from a patterned paper. And layered for a 3D effect.
Hope you have time to create with your own gel-a-tins stamps this weekend! We would love to see your creations! Join us on Facebook and upload your projects!
Hi dear scrappers!
Today I again want to show how I use the Happiness stamp set.
My first step as usual is to make the stamp. Than I cut it and distressed the edges.
Than I chose the piece of paper with heart and fixed on it lace with help of a stapler .
For the central composition I took our cut and stamped piece of paper that I made with dies by Sizzix, many button, charm, butterfly and a pin with the sign.
Decorated card with washi tape and some doodling.
Covered buttons and charm with white paint
FOR CARD I USED: gel-a-tins stamps set Happiness
Bo bunny paper
Glitz design washi tape
Today I'm bring you a fun mini card featuring the Gel-à-Tins Shifting Gears and Take Me To Your Leader stamps!
I really wanted to create a cute boy-themed card with these sets, and the space theme from Take Me To Your Leader led me to this:
I started with some silver cardstock and embossed the robots/aliens and the 'planet' and sentiment using clear embossing powder. I really wanted these guys to live on a gear planet, isn't it cute?!
To finish up the design and take it into subspace I sprayed and splattered the card with mists then wiped off the excess from the embossed images. I love this quick and easy emboss resist technique, and the results really look like a space scene!
Gel-à-Tins: Shifting Gears, Take Me To Your Leader
I created the bird by stamping the large paisley stamp twice onto Celebration Glitter Swirl Cardstock by The Robin's Nest. Then I cut out the image and mounted it onto Green Glitter Cardstock, also by The Robin's Nest. The images were then overlapped so the bottom image creates a bird wing.
I stamped a small solid paisley, cut it out and mounted it on the
Green Glitter Cardstock creating a fuller bird.
I hope you have enjoyed the insight into how I created my spring bird
Hello, gel-a-tins fans! Have you been enjoying our month long cross promotion with The Robin's Nest? It's Jessi here and today I am sharing a sparkly creation with you!
I used the gelly jr. Doodleflower repeatedly for this card. The image is stamped using brown ink and each flower is hand-cut. The flowers are attached along the side of gold-specked vellum paper. To finish the card, I added some gemstones to the card.
gel-a-tins - Doodleflower gelly jr.
The Robin's Nest - gemstones and gold-speckled vellum paper
Hi dear scrappers!
Fot today I prepared a card. I used gel-a-tins stamps from set Happiness.
For the background I chose two papers. Top part of card I decorated with chipboard and pearls.
Than took advantage of watercolors and made a dark accents on the background paper.
The bottom of card I decorated with washi tape, lace and small piece of paper. Fixed all with stepler.On the paper before it placing on the card I made the stamps.
And finally -central composition: glittered chipboard heart, flowers and bow with charm butterfly.
FOR CARD I USED: gel-a-tins stamps set Happiness
Papirdesign chipboard (heart)
Studio 75 flowers
Scrapmatts chipboard (border)
Today I'm bring you an awesome card featuring the Gel-à-Tins Zebra Background stamp!
I ♥ all things animal print, so I couldn't wait to put this stamp to use creating this funky modern CAS card:
I stamped the background first using brown ink, leaving just enough space on the edge to add a custom sentiment. I love how this card is suitable for either a guy or a girl - and could easily be back masculine or feminine just by changing up the colours!
Gel-à-Tins: Zebra Background
Other: Headline Alphabet stamp set, Mini Blooms stamp set (Papertrey Ink) Brown Leather Satchel ink (Clear And Simple Stamps) Vintage Cream cardstock (Papertrey Ink)
I'll be back again soon to share another project, have a great day everyone and thanks for stopping by!
Sharon here again from the gel-a-tins Design Team. Today I want to share with you a card made combining Robin's Nest Glitter papers and some super cute gel-a-tins stamps. The two stamp sets used for this card were the gel-a-tins 'Once Upon A Time' and 'Over the Rainbow' which is a new release.
gel-a-tins 'Once Upon A Time'
gel-a-tins 'St Patricks Day'
gel-a-tins gelly powder 'Jet Black'
The Robin's Nest Glitter Cardstock
Xyron Mega Runner
Crafters Companion Centura Pearl Cardstock
Crafters Companion Spectrum Noir Pens
Websters Pages Gem Border
Colorbox Black Pigment Ink Pad
Stamp the images onto the Centura Pearl cardstock with the pigment ink, sprinkle with the gel-a-tins gelly powder and heat emboss
Colour the images using the Spectrum Noir pens. Matt and layer with the Robin's Nest Glitter Cardstock using the Xyron Mega Runner.
Finish by adding the gem border and glitter around the edges of the Centura Cardstock and the Unicorn.
Hello, gel-a-tins fans! It's Jessi from Kissin' Krafts! So are you experiencing any Springtime weather! Here is Texas, I have been able to open the windows and air the house. Nothing like getting fresh Spring air inside!
Today I am sharing a card I created using gel-a-tins Build your own Paisley and Easter Bunnies and rhinestones from The Robin's Nest:
The background is stamped with the Build Your Own Paisley and the the sentiment is stamped onto a patterned paper (also from The Robin's Nest). The flowers are made using rhinestones, sequins and twine.
I love that the blue papers of this collection are double sided. The back side is un-glittered and this gives you more options for your designs! Here I restamped the flowers from "Easter Bunnies"set onto the corner of the blue panel. Tone on tone can give you some interest without taking away from the main panel.
Here I have used dew drops from Winter's Retreat to accent my card. Yes, Winter's Retreat is probably my favorite dew drop collection!! Take a peek at all the wonderful colors, shapes and collections of dew drops. What is your favorite?
What do you think about the Rumple Ribbon from Lovebug Creations?