Glitz Glitter Gel from Gina K. Designs

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Today’s card project features the brand new Glitz Glitter Gel from my sweet and talented friend, Gina K. Designs.

I wanted to create a simple rainbow of ink blending and add the flourish from the Crazy Daisy Stamp ‘n Stencil using Gina’s new gel, as well as some of my favorite Gina K. Designs ink colors.

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The gel dries to a glittery light tone, allowing your ink to show through, as well as adding some dimension to your card panel.

I also used a brand new product from Therm O Web called Pixie Spray. This product is a low tack, spray on adhesive designed to hold your stencils securely to your projects without marring them in any way. I was a little leery to try it and it worked like a charm!

Here is the video showing you how I created today’s card project:

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Cathy ZielskeGlitz Glitter Gel from Gina K. Designs

58 Comments on “Glitz Glitter Gel from Gina K. Designs”

    1. #3.1
      Cathy Zielske

      Thanks, Julie! I knew there was repositionable spray on the market, but this stuff is new from Therm O Web and what’s cool is that you can use it more than once, and it retains the tack. Or you can clean it off with an alcohol based hand sanitizer, and warm water. 🙂

  1. #4
    Linda Greenstreet

    If I played the lottery and if I won the lottery, I would spend it all on Gina K’s products. Love the wreath builders stamps. Have to try all the new stuff but especially the glitter gel!

  2. #5
    Linda Greenstreet

    If I’ played the lottery and if I won the lottery I would spend it on Gina K Designs products. I have to have all the new stuff! Love anything that shines.

  3. #6
    Wanda Price

    Such a simple, yet lovely card! I love it, and you are a very good teacher. I am rather new to cardmaking and I Iove simple, clear instructions!

  4. #8
    Pam Whitehead

    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE how you did this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Will definitely have to try it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. #9.1
      Cathy Zielske

      I love this card, but I am surprised that so many people are liking it! lol. I never know what will hit. This is a hit!

  5. #10
    Janice Nolte

    I LOVE this card. Started a shopping list so am looking forward to shopping at Gina’s soon. You did an excellent job on the video. I thoroughly enjoyed watching it and go some great tips. Thanks!!!!

  6. #11
    Evelyn Burton

    Love the way you showcased the ink colors and then the beautiful gel – as it dried it seems to pickup the color behind it! Beautiful.

  7. #14
    Shirley Hutchins

    What a beautiful card. I am glad to hear I am not the only one who messes up while using purple tape. Great idea.

  8. #15

    Wow, very beautiful! I love to watch videoes to learn more. Many great tips in this nice video.Greetings from Norway

  9. #18
    Marianne Brubaker

    Thanks for the tips, can’t wait to try this beautiful card. You make it look so easy.

  10. #21
    Lisa Moline

    Absolutely gorgeous! I love the rainbow stripes and that glitter gel is so beautiful! I can’t wait to get some! Thanks for the great inspiration!

  11. #22
    JoLynn Plato

    Cool technique with the stripes. I feel hollow without the Life Changing Brushes. (ha) The Glitter Paste seems to work really well. Thanks for the demo.

  12. #29
    Melissa Smith

    Your card is stunning! I love the bright colors with the effect of the stencil with the glitter gel! Thank you for taking the time to teach us in the video!

  13. #32

    What a beautiful card and it could be used for so many occasions depending on the sentiment. Thank you for the inspirationi.

  14. #34
    Sandy Lackey

    Hi Cathy! What a simple, but lovely card. I ordered every single product that was in stock to make this card and will order the others when back in stock. I love this card!! You are a beautiful and very creative designer. Thanks so much for sharing your talent.

    Sandy Lackey

    1. #35.1
      Cathy Zielske

      Yes! i only use a few of them at a time! When I use dye inks, I really just rub them on white paper until they come clean, but to really clean them, I follow what Understand Blue on IG told me to do… I’m going to find the video and share it!

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