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Friday, August 12, 2011

The Amazing Shrinking Marci - Tutorial.

Step 1. Stamp image onto shrink plastic.
Step 2. Lightly sand BACK of plastic to roughen the surface.
Step 3. Colour your image on the roughened side. I tried Sharpies and Prismacolour. I prefered Colouring Pencils they leave more light. Did you notice I changed Marci :)
Step 4. Heat the plastic. Use the oven or heat tool. We did not show this part because it happens so quickly it was hard to capture. REMEMBER you need an adult to help you with this step the plastic gets very hot.
Step 5. Allow shrunken image to cool and use as desired.


Kristine said...

WOW, you really did a fabby job on that shrunken Marci Hannah!! I'm so proud of you! This is something we've never tried but now want to. Love your coloring and whole tutorial. Thanks for sharing it with us *Ü*

Jana Weaver said...

Such a great tutorial Hannah! I love all the details you gave us on how to use the shrink plastic - Julia and I will have to try this sometime!!

Lorie said...

What a great tutorial! I haven't used shrink plastic in sometime so I may have to try it again!

Rosie said...

This is an awesome tutorial!! I just used shrink plastic this week for a project on my blog....great minds think alike, haha!! Love it!! Hugs, Rosie (LaLa Land DT)

Danni said...

Very nice!! I giggled over the changing Marci!

Jenn said...

super cute hannah banana!!! I can't wait to see what else you post on this adventure :)

Karen said...

I love shrinking dink! This came out so cute!!

Leanne said...

Wonderful tutorial Hannah! I love shrinky dink too! It's always fun to see things in a small version. TFS!!