IBP Shrinky Dink How To

You probably played with them as a kid and remember how much fun it is to shrink down your own artwork. But did you know that you can run shrinky dink film through your inkjet printer, stamp in it or even create your own shrinky dink sheets with recycled containers? And you don't need to cook them in your oven any more either! So be sure to check out  my latest Inspired by Pinterest Shrinky Dink episode today on My Craft Channel.

You can buy both white and clear sheets of Shrink Film at most local craft stores or online.
TIP: Make sure you lighten up your images or use outdoor photos. When shrunk
down the color goes must darker.
Check out the Original size rose on the left and what it shrinks down to!!
Check it out you can use your Ranger Heat Tool to shrink instead of your OVEN!
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1 comment:

pam said...

Great video ! I had no idea you could use a heat tool ... so much better !!! Thanks !

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