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Shrink Plastic Shapes will entertain kids for hours ... no cutting ... just decorate and shrink in the oven .... a creative activity that's perfect for the holidays!!
These shapes are great fun to do with your kids or when they have friends over. Suitable for children aged 5 to 10 (and older), they come in a variety of different packs. (See bottom of this post for info on packs and links for where to buy) Here you can see the size of the cutout shape before and after shrinking. All shapes are sold blank. Print off the tracing sheets below and trace the image of your choice or make up your own. There is so much opportunity to be creative with these shapes…
Crys Smith saved to Pinterest Pins
Shrink plastic will always be once of my favorite materials to create with because there are so many different ways to use it! It is also a really fun supply for all crafters, especially kids. Watchin
Peggy Colleen saved to Shrinky Dink!
DIY! Shrinky dink rings... kind of a fun idea great tutorial...neat! I love shrinky dink!
Maureen Toloday saved to jewels
are now back in stock at the little dröm store! Including the Panda brooch which is new. To all our overseas drömmers, these are available via our online store too.
Gise Valenzuela saved to UN POCO DE TODO
I love shrink plastic! There are so many different ways to put it to use and one of my favorites is using it to make jewelry. Creating simple statement rings from shrink plastic is an easy way to create one of a kind creative rings (that make perfect little gifts). I start by drawing circles and then I draw and doodle inside of those circles. Keep in mind your shapes and designs will shrink a lot- like 50%. I bake my designs in a regular oven for about 30 seconds at 350 degrees. The…
Pam Hoffman saved to Craft Ideas