Shrinky Dinks Creative Pack 10 Sheets Crystal Clear
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- Make pieces that look like glass
- Color, bake and shrink
- Blank sheets to create custom trinkets
- Includes 10 8in x 10in Shiny and clear, transparent sheets and instructions
- Recommended for children 5 years of age and older
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Shrinky Dinks Crystal Clear lets you make unique plastic pieces that look like glass. Just draw or trace an image on the sheet then color, bake and shrink. Make charms, keychains, ornaments, jewelry, toys or anything you can imagine. Create one-of-a-kind items or mass produce your original image for everyone. The pack includes 10-8in. x 10in. clear, transparent sheets and instructions for making and baking. Recommended for children 5 years of age and older. Adult supervision required during baking.
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You need to use Tsukineko StazOn Ink for stamping. Most other inks need to be heat set on plastic, and that is difficult with shrink plastic. The only markers that will work on the clear plastic are alcohol markers and they will dissolve Stazon ink, so you need to color on the other side.
Colored pencils work well, although my cheap 72-color Raffine Marco Fine Art Colored Pencils worked better than my Prismacolors. You will need to sand the sheet thoroughly before stamping and coloring. I used 400 grit Wetordry (the black stuff).
This stuff really shrinks a lot. See the attached pictures for examples. The Stampendous Laurel Burch Indigo Cats Stamp Set was cut out by hand and a hole punched between the ears before shrinking. The top left cat was colored with alcohol markers (all kinds) the bottom left was made with colored pencils. The cat on the right was cut out of #6 plastic (the kind you get in a box from the salad bar). It did not shrink as much and was somewhat distorted, but it's a cheap substitute if you want to practice. The Tim Holtz Crazy Cats was stamped and colored with markers. I wrote on the front of the stamp to remind myself which side was stamped on. I die cut out the figure which worked beautifully, but I don't know if this will work with all dies or if it might damage them. I used a heat gun to shrink the plastic. It goes really fast, although you need a pan to keep the plastic from blowing away. I did have a couple of items that did not uncurl, but most came out great.
This stuff scratches really easily. I wish that they had included tissue between each sheet, as just pulling out a sheet and returning it can make a mark.
This is a great product as long as you understand the limitations.