Monday, March 26, 2018

Stampin' on Shrinky Dink!

 Hi everyone!  I recently hosted a group of little 8 and 9 year old girls at my house for a birthday party and one of the things we did was make jewelry out of shrink plastic and stamps. They made all sorts of things like the butterfly pictured and hand drawn images and other stamps.  It was so much fun that I thought I would do it again at Stamp Camp with my group.  Here is the card we made. 

I used the butterfly from the Beautiful Day stamp set. It is a good size.  You have to remember to take into account how much the image is going to shrink when you work with Shrink plastic. Even the hole shrinks, so we used a 1/4 inch circle punch to add a hole in between the antenna so that we could attach the butterfly to the card.

 At stamp camp we colored with Stampin' Write Markers, but the girls at the party used markers, as well as the watercolor pencils, which worked great.  The Orange and Yellow butterfly was make with the pencils.

 They made hearts and pandas the most.

I made a video to show you how to use the shrink plastic with Stampin' Up! products.  It has lots of tips and tricks to I suggest checking it out...
I hope you will give it a try, it was lots of fun!
Sale-a-Bration only has a few more days! Get a Free Sale-a-Bration item with every $50 you spend, and I am sweetening the deal in March by giving all purchasers in March a chance to win some of my stash! As a demonstrator I end up with lots of extra Sale-a-Bration items, and so I will share them with you.  I will pull three names out of a hat and if chosen you can choose one of my extra Sale-a-Bration items. Sale-a-Bration ends March 31st!
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Paper here is Sweet Soiree with a card base in Marina Mist.  The stamp set is Beautiful Day!

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