Gelli® Print Jewelry tutorial

Last month, I attended Tangle University, and purchased some cool bracelet blanks from Acadia Laser Creations. It occurred to me that they would be perfect to use with Gelli® prints. Here are the bracelets I have made so far, the tutorial follows.


Here is what you will need:

  • a bracelet kit you can purchase from Acadia Laser Creations on Etsy
  • a strong adhesive – I used Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive
  • either a 3/4-inch paper punch, or a ruler and scissors
  • a Gelli® print on paper or card stock


Cut eight 3/4-inch squares from your Gelli® print.


Using your adhesive, glue the squares into each square of the bracelet. If you are using a liquid adhesive, let it dry before continuing.


These are the transparent squares that come in the bracelet kit.


The squares already have adhesive on the back. Attach one to each square of the bracelet, and you’re done!


Here are the three I have made so far. These are very affordable, you can make one for every outfit!


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7 Responses to Gelli® Print Jewelry tutorial

  1. alice says:

    very cool! i love the colors you used, too 🙂

  2. Iris says:

    Wow these are awesome!! I’m often at a loss as to what to do with my gelli prints. Would be great to make earrings with as well.

  3. Ronit says:

    This is super cool!!!

  4. Anoosh Iqbal says:

    These colors and textures are so attractive. I am awe-struck looking at them,I want to try them right away. I love doing it all the time with my stencils. You must check out this amazing book by Altered Upcycling too.

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