Gel Press Pop Art Magazine Jewelry

Use fashion mags and a Gel Press to make fun, vibrant, Pop Art wrist candy!
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Gel Press:
TackLife Sander:
TackLife Rotary Tool:
TackLife Jig Saw:
Americana Acrylic Paint:
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics:
Americana Decoupage:
DuraClear Gloss Varnish:

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30 Replies to “Gel Press Pop Art Magazine Jewelry”

  1. Mark! You're going way beyond the horizon! I mean it's unbelievably amazing that you came up with such a creative idea. Both my eyes are like beating hearts now πŸ™‚ Thank you!
    PS: A modification of slicing the rectangles with angled sides might come in handy with a tight fit when assembled with the elastic.

  2. Awesome sauce! Thank you for sharing! Question: is that a piece of glass that the fluid acrylic paint is put on or like a gel pad thing (hence gel press)? I've never seen that before. Thanks!πŸ‘πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•πŸŒΌ

  3. Mark! Who knew that you could get a mirror image of a magazine page onto a gel Press? What an incredible idea! Do you wake yourself up during the night with these new thoughts? HA! Thanks for all of your efforts! Jackie

  4. Beautiful and amazing, I think one day I need to own a drill press, and that gel press is beyond awesome, so many things that you can do. Once again thanks for the amazing video and how fun is a bangle bracelet. Have an awesome day Mark.

  5. Wait wait wait…why does that work like that? Why does the fluid acrylic not stick to the face? That is so super cool. I made my own gel plate and haven't even used it. This project is worth getting that out

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