Art 101: A Gel Press® Blog Hop

Gel Press® 101 Blog Hop: Back to Basics

Hello Creatives!

Today I am excited to share a super fun Gel Press® Blog Hop with you today. Maybe you’ve been intimidated to try Gel Press® or you’ve tried it and you’re like “now what!?” This BLOG HOP is for you!

With all the kiddos heading back to school, Gel Press thought we should take you back to the basics! Please visit each blog for an idea or technique that you may or may not have seen before!

Happy Hopping!

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Keri <— You are here! 🙂





Easy Collage with Gel Press®

Once you’ve made your fabulous Gel Press® prints (did you SEE the amazing tips and tricks of my fellow creative team members!?) you might be feeling “Now what!? What do I do with them?!” It can be intimidating to try to turn them into, so today I have a little trick for you….


Yes…good old fashion coloring pages.

I made this cute owl canvas in less than an HOUR!

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To show you how, I made this simple Snapquide to show you step-by-step how I did it!

Check out How to Make an Easy Collage With Gel Press® by Keri Sallee on Snapguide.

Here’s my cute little owls before they were added to my canvas. Aren’t they ADORABLE!? They are so in LOVE!

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This is the adorable coloring page I used. Click here to get your FREE Printable!!

FREE Owl printable

I hope you enjoyed today’s blog hop!

Make sure you hop along to see all the other great tips and tricks from the rest of the Gel Press Team.

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    • admin says:

      HHMMMMM…I didn’t time myself, but I think maybe 30-40 min to cut out the coloring pages, trace them on to my gel prints and then cut out the new ones. I used a combination of regular scissors and a craft knife. I hope this helps!

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