A Gelpress Print to Die For

A Gelpress Print to Die For

Hi there,

Thanks for popping in. Folks often ask me for more Gelpress demos, so here’s a YouTube using a 6” x 6”, some acrylic paint, plus one of my favourite dies . You don’t often see dies and paint on the same deck, so I hope you enjoy this project!


Every so often you make something cool, don’t you? Well, I have to tell you, I was chuffed with this little canvas. Here are the things you need if you fancy having a go! Great prices this week too…

We have drafted a recipe for you. Download the useful ingredients list here

Love and hugs,

Barb xxxx

15 thoughts on “A Gelpress Print to Die For

  1. And there was me looking at mine yesterday whether I should get rid of it as I don’t use it ! Look forward to this. Are you sure you’re not mystic Meg ?!! X

  2. Not something I do often but will try to do more when I get out of this neat and tidy mode and get my messy head on. 🤧 Still snuffling but feeling loads better so getting my mojo back. Roll on the ODS shows, think these will be my last lazy days for a while, so much housework to catch up on.
    Hugs 🍒🍒🍒

  3. Brilliant demo, love my gell press but have to admit to not using it enough. Watched a video the other day about using photo transfer gel on the gell press so I might give that a try too. I got my first 6×6″ plate after watching you do a TV demo with it, that was before we had mega mounts. I was looking at the amount of Clarity Youtubes there are and it is such a great resource library, thank you for doing them I know they must be a lot of work. XX

  4. Evening bloggy friends, hope you are all keeping warm and not having too many problems with the winter weather they keep predicting. XX

  5. A great video, l love the gell press but don’t get to use it often enough either. Haven’t got this die yet and as I ordered quite a few dies last night better not order it yet. There again maybe I will. Thank you for all the Utubes really appreciate watching them all Barbara.xxx

  6. Not my sort of crafting, but I still,love to watch and admire the talent. ODS tomorrow looks great, so I am anticipating some great demos and gorgeous samples from the DT, as always.
    Enjoy pottery tomorrow. Hugs. Annette x

  7. Hi Barb,
    Brilliant video. You’ve even tempted me to get my gelli plate out of my very tidy craft cupboard! Love what you’ve done and I think that even I could manage something like this. All I need now are the two lovely dies! Thank you, love and hugs Alison xxxx

  8. Barbara,
    I sure enjoy watching you create. It’s always fun and so artistic. I always want to try anyway! thanks for sharing your ideas and humor.

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