Monday, July 30, 2012

diy. shrinky dink necklace.

Finally got around to using my Shrinky Dinks!
My inspiration comes from these wonderful clown eyelashes that 
I stumbled across online.  This just goes to show you that
you can find inspiration anywhere!
Eyelashes available here!

I printed the above picture at 50% of the original size & used that as my guide.

Supplies: 
(under $7 from amazon)
black sharpie
scissors
hole punch
jump rings
chain & clasp
pliers 

& the use of an oven.










Other cool shrinky dinks necklaces...

super duper



16 comments:

  1. You are beyond crafty! Awesome!

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  2. You can also use number 5 plastic if you're looking to upcycle! It's the clear plastic you find in plastic lunch containers like this http://www.packagingsupplies.com/images/products/clear_plastic_carryout_boxes.jpg

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  3. SHRINKY DINKS!!!!!! I love shrinky dinks and I love doodles! I can't wait to give this a shot!

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  4. can you buy shrinky dinks at a craft store or something?

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    1. i haven't really seen the shrinky dink paper anywhere but online. order it on amazon and it'll ship pretty fast. should have it by the weekend i imagine.

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    2. Hi Amanda,
      I really hope you read this. I am emailing you on behalf of Cosmopolitan India. This is regarding a feature story that we are doing on DIY from around the world. I went through your blog Hocus Kocis and loved the DIY projects you've done; especially the Shrinky Dink necklace. We would love to feature the project in the same story, along with you, your blog name and your picture. I would request you to kindly get in touch with me at the earliest possible so that we can take it ahead with you. Please do email me on dessidre@gmail.com for further briefing.
      Looking forward to hearing from you really soon!

      Best Regards,
      Dessidre

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  5. Michaels Craft Stores carry shrinky dinks sheets in a variety of colors. Very affordable with their discount coupon.

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  6. thats soo cute!!

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  7. I used to love shrinky dinks, I didn't even realized they still made them! Such a cute necklace now I want to give it a try!

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  8. #6 Plastics work the same as shrinky dink material. Reduce reuse recycle!

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  10. oh I just love this idea its so fun to do!!!!!

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