Shrinky Dink Valentine's

Jen over at Craft-o-Maniac is sharing one of our projects from last year's Valentine's exchange.  (Thanks Jen!)  Head over for a look-see.  And stay a bit.  Here site is fantastic!


Today's project is a favorite around our house.  We love making shrinky dink art.  There's something magical about watching the plastic curl up and thicken.  (No, not very poetic.... but you'll see.  It is cool!)  

Using a sheet of shrink plastic- or a no. 6 recyclable plastic take out container,  have your child (or yourself) draw a colorful image about 2" square. We used sharpies and colored pencils.  Cut out the image and use a standard sized hole punch at the top of your drawing.  Punch the hole fairly close to edge, as it can be hard to attach the clasp.

Pop it in the oven following the manufacturer's instructions.

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Attach clasp (purchased at chain craft store) and enjoy.  My girls like to clip them on their backpacks, purses, sometimes even sweater buttonholes. 



Here is last year's version.  It looks a bit cluttered in photos, but if you'd like you can download it here.




And although my graphic skills still look like a 10 year old, You are welcome to this version as well.
Click here for a printable page version.

Enjoy!


3 comments:

  1. You are sick a talented lady work the most creative ideas xxxx I love these!

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  2. You are sick a talented lady work the most creative ideas xxxx I love these!

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