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Shrinky Dinks Misty White 6 Sheet Creative Pack
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- Trace and create colorful items on a cloudy white background
- Color, bake and shrink
- Blank sheets to create custom pieces
- Includes 6 8in x 10in cloudy white sheets and instructions
- Recommended for children 5 years of age and older
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1) I have found that the instructions say to punch am 1/8" hole, it has to be bigger than that if you want something larger than a thread to go through it.
2) It does curl quite a bit, but straightens itself out like magic, first time I used it it scared me, thought I wasted my money!
3) After it shrinks it is no longer "smooth" it has a bit of a rough feel to it, but that's not a problem; just something I noticed.
4) I coat mine with a clear polyurethane to help protect the image being bumped and knocked around with keys.
5) Printing with my Lexmark printer works great, I use the settings it calls for and don't have an issue at all. I noticed that dark colors especially black takes longer to dry. So make sure to let it completely dry before baking.
6) I haven't cut out any different shapes other than square, so not sure what round etc. would look like, but after shrinking a square, it is no longer square, it is sort of warped, but sometimes the look it gives is really nice and unique.
7) I printed 3 x 3 squares and they shrunk to 1 x 1, which is cute if you want them small, but printing 5 x 7 gives a nice 2 x 3 size and a vivid image that is beautiful!
8) Parchment paper and non stick aluminum foil can be expensive, I use wax paper and haven't had an issue, except smoke will come out of my oven when I first open it. That could be the wax paper, or the shrinky dinks; not sure which one.
All in all I would recommend this to anyone who wants to try something new and different. :)
I had already purchased the paper ($12.99 at my local craft store minus the 40% coupon in the local paper), so I figured what the heck, I'll give it a shot!
I printed some graphics I had placed in a word doc, (got the pictures off google). As my printer wasn't listed in the instructions, I chose "other photo paper" but was unable to "adjust ink and color levels" as per the directions, which say "ALL PHOTOS AND/OR GRAPHICS MUST BE LIGHTENED 50% OR UNTIL PHOTO HAS A "WASHED OUT" LOOK WITH DETAILS STILL VISIBLE". I don't know how to do this and was not using photo software (also recommended by the manufacturer) so I just crossed my fingers and went ahead and printed it.
First off, the paper started out fine in my Brother, but then kind of jammed up at the end and a bunch of pieces of paper came out with it. But most of the graphics had printed. As for the colors, they were not exaggerating. Bright navy blue looks black. Dark green looks black. Pink looks red. The lightest shade of blue turned really dark. Regarding size, circles that measured 1 3/4 inches across ended up slightly smaller than 3/4 of an inch and a rectangle that started at 3 1/2 inches ended up 1 1/2 inches. Everything looks really good, just very dark.
The biggest factor about whether or not I'll use these again actually is due to the fact that the sheets are white.Read more ›
1) If you're upset that the colors, particularly the dark hues, came out too light, paint a coat of Modge Podge sealant onto your image after you've baked it. I noticed that my black lines and shapes came out gray until I added a glossy sealant.
2) If you can't edit the opacity of your image for printing, then don't buy the product and then complain about it. You have to be able to change the opacity of your images; otherwise, they'll go dark when you bake them. If you adjusted the opacity, and your images still were too dark, check the brightness of your computer screen. You may think your image is washed out, when, in reality, your screen settings are incorrect.
3) About 30% of the time, my charms curled from the baking process. You can remedy this buy stacking some parchment or wax paper onto of your charms, then weigh them down with another baking pan.
4) Use a hole punch to create your loops/holes.
5) Don't expect your colors to match 100% even after adding a sealant. You can't expect chemistry to adhere to all of your expectations.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really wish somewhere it would of said "not for all printers" and would of said which printers this works for. Read morePublished 2 days ago by CrimsonRose
Wanted to use this to print cute personalized id cards for a bday party favor. I am not too upset about how the colors printed.. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Tania
Just like when I was little! They shrink great, and it's awesome that they can be printed on.Published 6 months ago by Paul B
Have used this product in the past with an older printer, and knew all the ins and outs for curling, and lightening, but this time I can't use it at ALL! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sabrina Ingalls
I purchased these to supplement literacy lessons in my classroom. I thought they would be a great addition and give my students some hands on materials to use to help with... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Diana Smith
I have been using these very frequently (at least one pack/week) for the past 3 years with no problems, but lately, the quality is just complete garbage. Read morePublished 7 months ago by AmazonUser