11:02 PM SharonCallisCrafts 10 Comments

Welcome to the gel-a-tins Blog Hop!

 You should have come to my page after visiting the amazing Jessica Pascarella and her blog

If you haven't already registered for this hop please visit the gel-a-tins Blog and register, to be in with a chance of winning some gorgeous prizes you must be registered.

You must also leave a comment on each of the gel-a-tina's blog pages during the hop.

About gel-a-tins

Who can't love a box full of candy?
So why not stamps we say!
Our gel-à-tins™ are clear stamps that are soft and sticky like a gelly candy that come stored in handy metal tin. You'll find a wide assortment of letter and image stamps as well as our build-your-own layering stamps where you can create your own unique designs, click the link below to visit our main website to see the full range available.

I love the new range of gelly jr stamps, they are 2" x 2" individual stamps that are a must for your stamping stash.  Below are some examples of how I used three of my favourites in the range.


I thought that the 'Doodle Flower' Stamp worked amazingly well with this DCWV Street Lace paper, I stamped the design out on contrasting paper and cut out, I stuck the flowers to the card using my Xyron Mega Runner and added some matching ribbon.  In the centre of the flowers I added a little bling!.


I stamped the 'Flutterby' on printable acetate in pink and on white shimmer paper in white.  I cut them out and layered them together using the Xyron Mega Runner on the branches of the docrafts Lucy Cromwell paper.  I love this stamp because there are so many occasions that you can use it for, a definite must for your stash.

How cute is that Candy Cane stamp!.  I stamped it on white shimmer paper and heat embossed using red embossing powder, the paper is I used is the docrafts Classic Christmas by Stephanie Dyment, it has red metallic elements that work really well with the Candy Canes and make them POP!.  I used the Xyron 150 X Sticker Maker to hold them in place.  This stamp would be ideal for making Christmas tree decorations, Christmas cards, gift tags and so much much more.

So there you have it, my favourite three, of course this is just a little taster so make sure you visit the gel-a-tins web site to see the complete range. Don't forget to leave a comment here before you go for a chance to win some gel-a-tins goodies.

Next stop on this hop is Kim and her blog Secondhand Stamp.  You can also go back to the main gel-a-tins blog page and select the next blog from there.



  1. Love that beautiful butterflies printed on acetate! So soft and dreamy!

  2. Красивая работа с цветами. Люблю когда много цветов.

  3. These are all adorable! I love that flower stamp image and the artsy design!

  4. I am lovin' this blog hop as I have visited some blogs not previously enjoyed - yours is one of those. I must say your work is amazing! This will definitely NOT be my last visit. Thanks for the inspiring projects!

  5. Beautiful cards! I love that butterfly and the candy cane!

  6. Beautiful cards! I just love the second one, the background is gorgeous!

  7. AWESOME cards... Love them all! Thanks for sharing :))

  8. Wonderful the backgrounds you created on the first two.

  9. Wonderful card creations. And that Happy Christmas card has so many lovely layers! WOW. Just discovered your blog on this hop and am now a follower. So nice to meet you! Stop over to my blog sometime and give me a shout out! Thanks for sharing with us!

  10. All beautiful cards hun, I love the pink one especailly
    Lindsay xx


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