a few years ago I saw some gel frame clips made out of like a 16ga spring steel yet have not seen such a thing since to clip directly to the lamp in holding a lens or gel. Working on a lamp bar assembly for a friend at home and I'm using MR-16 based lamps and needed to gel them. At first I took up the 14 ga. solid copper wire as used to replace a missing clip at the above club but it was very labor intensive. This even after in doing the first one from scratch the second one was no less labor intensive. Sure if anyone knows who makes a MR-16 clipped gel frame clip I want to know, and or beyond this, if you have an actual clip to copy it could be done but from scratch it was really difficult at best. So I did the second one in confirming that concept of it not being the solution. Than after contacting my various suppliers in them also not having a solution for clipping a gel directly to the lamp I came up with my own solution. STarted with a sheet steel of fairly thin gauge. Chose a 1.3/4" Green Lee type hole punch and lined out on the steel a 4" circle. Next drilled and punched the plate after cutting. After that I cut away 7/8 of material off from the sides of the now 1/8" ID ring to the gel frame clip. This was radial at all angles from center. I also kept at least a 1/16" gap between each of these now fold down areas in cutting. Centered the lamp on the plate, clamped it to the table and folded up those radial clips they now became. Did another visit with the sheet metal sheers or realistically the electricians scizzors so as to trim off extra and or once bent to form cut away extra marterial in keeping the 1/16" gap between folds. Finished up the folding and I was able to get onto a MR-16 lamp gel frame clip for the fixtures. Works well, photos enclosed as two concepts in attaching a lens or gel to a MR-16 lamp. Hope it helps - not very difficult to do at least the clip as opposed to solid wire.