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Book, "Shrink! Shrank! Shrunk! Make Stylish Shrink Plastic Jewelry" by Kathy Sheldon. Sold individually.


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Remember Shrinky Dinks--those plastic sheets that magically shrink and harden when heated in the oven? Millions of fans do. Now they're back ... and a hot trend with both mainstream and Etsy crafters. Shrink! Shrank! Shrunk! introduces crafters to this friendly, fast and fun way to create cool--and surprisingly chic--jewelry. It covers everything from the many new kinds of shrink plastic available (including printable) to the latest techniques. The 31 stylish projects include cute animal-shaped rings, a Mexican oilcloth necklace, origami airplane earrings, and more!

Softcover, full color, 128 pages
31 projects
Book size: 10 x 8-1/2 inches
Level: Beginning to intermediate
Books are shrink-wrapped and are returnable if unopened.

Made in the USA

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Kathy Sheldon's Bio:
I grew up on a farm in New England, so making things by hand comes naturally to me. I'm happiest when I'm creating, whether it's a shrink plastic bracelet, a poem, a row of sweet peas, or an entire book with a first-time author. Connecticut, New York City, Seattle, and Charleston, South Carolina, have all been home, but Asheville, North Carolina, seems to keep calling me back. When I'm not here making books with the gang at Lark, I'm usually at my cottage in Maine, where I'm the first to jump in the lake in the spring and the last one to leave the water in the fall.

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