Shrink Plastic has been around since the early 1970s and their popularity has grown and declined since their induction. While it used to be available in only a translucent white sheet you colored on, these days you can find it in a few different colors and varieties. For those whomay not know know, you draw and color on a sheet of this thin plastic, cut out your design, and then place it in a pre-heated oven. You can then watch while the heat makes it curl and shrivel and then lay flat again; and, when they came out of the oven, they are a quarter of the size they were when you put them in and at least 6 times as thick. As a child, I enjoyed making trinkets and ornaments using this product and now, as an adult, I have a whole new appreciation of the possibilities this product provides such as creating personalized scrapbook embellishments and jewelry charms.
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