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  • Deb Bazinet

    Love this idea! Country Living: Shrinky Dink Jewelry

  • Jackieatxgirl

    ##cool idea for horror pics. Tutorial and free printable ephemera pdfs (see link to Country living article) to make an adorable charm bracelet by printing onto Shrinky Dinks plastic!

  • Diane Tarantino

    Written by Jourdan Crouch The blogger: Cathe Holden, The project: In an hour, Holden crafted this bracelet using her collection of vintage ephemera — which she's sharing with CL readers. You'll find two handy PDFs with 34 presized images. Download the first and second PDFs here. STEP ONE: Download the PDFs, then print onto inkjet printable Shrinky Dinks sheets ($9.36 for six; Note: Images darken while baking. STEP TWO: Cut and trim your desired images. Use a 1/8-inch hole punch to make holes 1/4 inch in from the left and right sides of each image. STEP THREE: Bake according to package directions. Let pieces cool for one minute, then spray with clear acrylic Read more: How to Make a Handprinted Bracelet - How to Make a Shrinky Dink Bracelet - Country Living

  • Jessica Gurley Kerr

    Shrinky Dink Bracelet Tutorial - note if you are doing this with frosted shrink plastic and want to have the shiney side at the front don't forget to print it mirror imaged ;-)

  • Paula Tarnaski

    Shrinky Dink Bracelet {DIY Jewelry} Free vintage ephemera images to use also!

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