After spending some time trying out the Gel-A-Peel
You really only are limited by your imagination when using Gel-A-Peel, however to give you a helping hand, the accessory kits have a handy template tray to give you some ideas. Taking a small amount of gel, fill the design templates and leave to cure in the air. Overnight is best but after a few hours you can use the finished designs.
The template sheet included in the Glow In The Dark kit shown above contains the letters of the alphabet and ten difference shapes including hearts, smiley faces, rainbow, star and fruit. Miss A chose to create her own letters instead of using the template provided, but the shapes provide good filler spots.
What I loved about the Gel-A-Peel to design something such as the jewellery box, is that you can attach your design directly to your chosen surface, or alternatively you can use a dab of gel to act as a glue to attach your pieces to your surface.
The accessory sets which are available in a range of different varieties retail for around £15. After using these for a little while, I am happy with the value for money perspective as a parent. The tubes of gel last ages as you don’t need a lot to create something. As long as the lids are replaced onto the tubes after use then the gel won’t dry out.