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Friday, February 11, 2011

I LOVE YOU SHRINKY DINK PIN

Hi Ya'll! This is Carrie from greenbean's crafterole back for my last day! I can't believe my time with you is over! Where'd the week go? I want to thank Joy and Melanie for letting me "take over" their blog! And I hope that you guys have enjoyed my projects as much as I did creating 'em!

So, how can you say those three little words without actually saying 'em? In sign language! And that's how this "I love you" shrinky pin came about! What's that? You've never cut shrinky dinks with your Cricut? Well, maybe this little cutie will change your mind!

 
Here's a close up! This turned out better than I imagined!

 
I wanted to keep it super simple with the inside. Because the front of the card says it all!

 
Using the Don Juan cartridge, I cut the hand image at 4" inches. When I work with shrinky dinks, I like to use the deep cut blade. That way you'll know that it'll cut through.

 
Preheat your oven according to package directions. Place the shrinky dink on a piece of brown paper bag and then place on a cookie sheet. When oven reaches temperature, put in oven. Let bake for about 5 (like the hand's saying) to 10 minutes. They're going to start to curl. Don't panic! That's just part of the dinking process!

 
They're done shrinking when they're all flat again. Grab a pencil and take dinks out of the oven. Now bend the fingers down over the pencil. You're going to need to move quickly because they cool pretty fast. But don't worry. If this happens, just pop back in the oven and let them get soft again!

 
All done! Add a little heart sticker on there for the finishing touch!

 
To make it a keepsake, I put a pin back on there!

 
Now do you think you're ready for shrinky dinks? I sure hope so! Because how can you not love this?..

 

I guess my time here on Everyday Cricut is over. As sad as that is, I did have a blast being able to share some projects with you! I can't thank Joy and Melanie enough for letting me be a part of this fantabulous blog! Hopefully this isn't the last time you'll see the bean on here! hint hint

Oopsie! I forgot to give you all the machine settings for cutting!

pressure - high
speed - medium
blade depth - 6
multi cut - 3

***Supplies***
Paper - The Doodlin' Around Stack by DCWV
Stamp - You Had Me At Chocolate by My Creative Time With Emma
Shrinky Dinks - For Computer Inkjet Printers (Michael's)

Be sure and check out Joy's and Melanie's personal blogs for more creative goodness at Obsessed with Scrapbooking and Courtney Lane Designs!Have a great day!
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Saskia said...

Wow, loveley card, very clever design! And A great idea to use the Cricut for shrink plastic, thanks for the settings!

Jan Foselli said...

Really cool concept! TFS a new technique! Glad you can join us this week!

Brigitte said...

This is so awesome!!! I love to use Shrinky Dink with my Expression!

brigitteetleschats at hotmail dot com

Melissa said...

OMGoodness!!! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this! Thanks for sharing this idea!

Deneen said...

Great idea! I have to lift this project. When my daughter was growing up we used to use this sign all the time. Especially as a teen when she would get embarrassed if I said "I Love You" in front of anyone.

Kileen said...

Awesome idea! Love it!

Scrappin Melissa said...

what a cool idea! love this.

Ohhh Snap said...

What a fabulous project! I love the gift within a card too :D. TFS!

Amy said...

Fantastic! I don't have the Don Juan cart--have to think on how I can do this some other way.

DebJoAl said...

Love what you did with the hand! paterned paper is so cute!

Beebeebabs said...

So cute tfs!!!

Leslie said...

WOW! What a great idea! So cute:)

Show Love-Make Cards said...

Absolutely darling...this would be a great teacher valentine!

Lisa B. said...

What a cute idea! I never would have though to use shrink plastic on a project. I'm going to have to try a project like this. I've really enjoyed the techniques you shared this week. You'll have to come back. Take care,

pcwoodmansee said...

Too cute...can't wait to try it!!!

Mom2Fiveplus3 said...

That is so cute. May have to try this.

cowboycentral said...

I LOVE this card. Thank you so much for sharing it.

Cricut Design Chicks SWARM said...

I'm throwing my hands down to you... BRAVO BRAVO... I love your projects and a daily trip to your site i shall go.... Shrinky dinks.. here i come.. Stock up whatever store I find them at.... THANKS :)
Doris
parkernana 5 at cox. net

Anonymous said...

Wow! That is a cool idea...Thanks for the setting guide. I have had some shrinky-dink plastic put away and will have to pull it out and play this weekend. Thanks for sitting in this week...really enjoyed your inspiration!
Tanya
thomfam@inreach.com

Heidi said...

Love the card and great use of the shrink plastic, I would have never thought to use the two together.
Heidi

Anonymous said...

That is an awesome idea for a card for Valentine's Day!

Tara Westpfahl

GiGi said...

Oh how cool is that! I love this idea!

Christine said...

What an AWESOME idea I love it!!! I must try it!!

--chirstine

Sabina said...

Hello,
what a great idea!!!
Greets
Sabina

sandyh50 said...

Oh my word, how cute! I have to get my shrinky dink out!

sandyh502001 at yahoo dot com

KidzNkritters said...

You just have the best ideas! Love this card.

cjtatman said...

I love this card! So creative! Can't wait to try it.
cjtatman@msn.com

Rose DeVita said...

LOVE the idea of a shrink plastic pin! EXCELLENT! Have really enjoyed your guest posts. You are very creative :)

Barb A. said...

Very cute card. That's an original idea to use shrinky dinks on the card! Love it. Thanks for sharing your talents this week.

scrapbooknut67114 at gmail dot com

Jeannene said...

I love that. Never thought about shrinky dinks!! Can't wait to show my granddaughter! Thanks!

Maureen Reiss said...

I LOVE it!! Love Shrinky Dinks!! Going to make some right now! TFS Thanks for a very creative week!

areakka said...

This is such a great idea! Who would have thought of cutting Shrinky Dinks. TFS

Bernadette said...

Great card! I'll have to try using shrinky dink!
Happy Valentines Day!
Bernadette

Vicki said...

Too Too Cute!! Blessings to you!

Megan H. said...

Thanks for sharing your great ideas this week. I need to use the shrinky dinks more. Thanks for the idea.
Megan H.
mhcards at embarqmail dot com

Tami B. said...

You ended the week with a bang. Love this idea!

NanetteMT said...

That is sooo cool. I love this card. Where do you get the shrinky dink?

CathyinMN said...

I really enjoyed the projects you shared with us this week, Carrie. I hope you'll be back on here soon. This was a very cute Valentine card. TFS!

Kelly Massman said...

This is just adorable! Love it!

Karenduch said...

Very cool! But you have to tell us WHERE to get shrinky dink material! I have never seen it in the stores. AND I haven't found frosted vinyl. Please either post the "where's" or send me an email! Please please please please! ladydevine73@hotmail.com

Rae-beccadesigns said...

I love cutting shrink art. I also found it easier to use a heat tool as opposed to the oven. This gives you better control over the look you want. I also like this idea because I am a teacher of the deaf and have 5 deaf aunts and uncles. Thanks for sharing!

katschriber said...

i haven't bought shrink paper in a couple years....where do get it? also, i've used punches on shrink paper and use my heat gun to shrink. cute hand!

tfs,
kat

Kim. said...

Love this card, it is a really well thought out idea and perfect.
Kim xXx

kristyscraps said...

So clever! I have enjoyed all of your fabulous ideas this week! Thank you!

Sara said...

I think I'm going to try shrinky dink after seeing this! Great idea!

TeresaK said...

Oh I just love this card! Such a great idea! Thanks for sharing with us this week!

aud1inok said...

You did such a great job all week! I love this project. Shrinky dinks is on my shopping list. Never thought of cutting them with the cricut. Thanks for the fun week.

TheLastOfNine said...

That is the cutest thing ever! I've made SD charmes before, but never thought of using the cricut, duh. All your projects were excellent ideas! Maybe I'll see you here again, if not, I will be stopping by your blog.
Gloria

momd28 said...

Wow what a great idea. I never would have thought to use the shrinky dinks with my cricut. Thank you for sharing this with us.

debbie susee said...

Super cute! Love how you call them dinks. :)

Sassy's Ramblin's said...

HOW ADORABLE! I would have never thought to use the shrinky dink plastic! Thanks for the info and settings!

AprilsL8 said...

This is soooo cute!! I'm thinking I could do the hang loose sign also... lots of ideas going through my head!

NeseScott said...

So cool!

Kate said...

What a cute idea for an embellishment. I've never seen Shrinky Dinks that are solid white like that. Great idea to add a pin for future use as well!

Sammi Jo said...

This is super cut i love thst you incorperated different materials other than your traditional paper :)

StefanieH said...

WOW this is so cute. i love the little hand. Thanks for sharing.

Crystal said...

This was my fave so far!!! Adorable!!!

Liliana W said...

What a great week! Kuddos to Carrie for bringing such cool and smart projects this week!

Cheryl Gaffney said...

How cute!! My family uses sign language (my MIL and FIL are deaf) so this pin would have a ton of fans!!

Thanks so much for sharing!
Cheryl @ CardsbyCG.blogspot.com

JoyLynn said...

So cute! A card and a gift...what could be better? Loved all your ideas this week. Thanks for sharing them:)

Kaycee said...

These are adorable!!! Where do you get the shrinky dink stuff??? Is it plastic??? I'm intrigued!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

Luria said...

WOW what a great idea never hears of the shrinky dink before I must look the this Thanks for shairing your ideas.

Luria

Carrluv said...

I haven't used shrinky dinks since I was a kid! I Love this! You are so awesome!
Don't leave us! :-(

Cheers!

Celeste B. said...

Carrie, you did a beautiful job!!! I love everything about it!!!!!!! I really think I need to try shrinky dinks; they can make the cutest things! :)

RitaWinmill said...

PERFECTO!!!!

sculptureca said...

Thanks for sharing this wonderful idea! I am actually deaf and have been thinking how to make the "I love you" sign with the cricut.

smilesaregreat said...

This is such a special project!
I am so impressed again with your
talent and your gift of explaining
things in a way that really makes most of us feel we can do something we have never tried! (trust me that is quite a gift!)
I am so thankful you were on everyday, this past week has been
great!
Hugs,Dawn

Pam said...

SOOOOO stinkin cute!!!!!!! I love it, you SO clever. Happy V Day to you all.......

JoAnn said...

Great idea. I had never thought of using my Cricut to cut Shrinky Dinks. Thanks for sharing this idea. I love your card.

tishy34 said...

I Totally enjoyed this entire week. Got to love the Bean. sheis so creative and makes it so much fun! going to try some "dinks" now!
michele

DIANA L. said...

Tank you for sharing this idea the card is beautiful and I love the shrinky dink
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com/

Bekahs said...

I must get some shrink plastic and make something like this...what a clever idea. All your projects are great!!!

Kimberli said...

What a cute idea, thanks for sharing!

Elaine Edwards said...

That's awesome!Shrinky dinks... I remember those as a kid

ctimzthree said...

Great week Carrie! Thanks for all your ideas!!

cassandracaubleatyahoodotcom

Jarna said...

You've outdone yourself. This one is awesome! Glad you visited

Kristen Ann said...

Just in time for Valentine's Day-how perfect! Thanks for a great week of crafts.

cdaily28 said...

So cute!!!!

jennifer7a6 said...

How cute!! I havent heard of those shrinkies until now! Thanks so much for sharing your projects this week! I have enjoyed them, now to make a trip to the craft store for supplies!

~Jennifer
mycreativecrafting.blogspot.com

Just A Pac Rat said...

Cricut and shrink plastic! Ohhh, the possibilities! Thanks for the idea!

circlebenterprises.blogspot.com

Kimberly said...

That is soo cute. I never thought to use my cricut with shrinky dinks. Love it.

Mary said...

Well, Carrie, you continue to amaze me. I've never even heard of shrnky dinks, but you can bet I'll be searching for some shrink plastic this weekend so I can play with this new technique! Thanks for sharing all your creative ideas and techniques; I'm looking forward to following your blog as one of my daily check-ins. You did Joy and Melanie proud this week!!

Mary
info@happypaws-pet.com

alwayscharlie said...

Sweet! When my (autistic) kids were younger and didn't talk this "I Love You" sign was something we shared often. Love that you made it out of shrink plastic and made it part of the card.

The Antonich's said...

I have never even considered using anything like that...but now that I've "seen" it done...it feels more tempting. Thanks for all the different kinds of projects and ideas!

Becca P said...

What a cute idea!

Mollie said...

Very creative. I loved Shrinky Dinks when I was a kid. Who would have guessed I could play around with them as an adult with crafting! Thanks for sharing!!!

Karen Wilson said...

WOW!! This is something I had no idea the cricut could even do!! I think I better hit a craft store over the wknd!! TFS!! This is awesome!

Anonymous said...

How cute is that!! I have some shrinky dink but have never opened it. I thought it was clear plastic--or is there other kinds? Can someone posting tell me. Also does it have a bad chemical smell when cooking? (I have chemical allergys)but would sooo like to try this.

I have loved everything you have done this week. Wonderful job! Thanks for being here.
Me&myE

Katherine said...

What a fabulous idea and sooo cute. I've not tried the shrinky dinks yet. Will have to do that this weekend. I think the grandkids will love it too.

Em'smom said...

WOW! that is the COOLEST! I bet my group of Brownie Girl Scouts would LOVE to try this project! thanks for the idea!
Lori
lori(dot)harrison@csus.edu

Robin said...

the pin is absolutely adoreable. what a cute idea and what a wonderful gift as well. great for all age groups to make.

Stephanie said...

O-M-G! I LOVE and want that card and pin! How cute, thanks for sharing!

Kath said...

Aw - too sweet!

Anonymous said...

OMG! This is amazing. Why didn't I think of that. I will have to find a hand as I don't have that cart, but what a great idea.
marilyn2222 @ hotmail.com

Peggie Sue said...

Oh wow! This great! I'd never thought of shrinky dinks! I guess I still need to get to know my Cricut a little better! Thanks!

Laney said...

A great idea, would never have thought to do that. The card turned out great and so easy, thanks for sharing.

Peggie Sue said...

Oh how cool - thanks for the inspiration!! Great card!

Anonymous said...

Super cute! Just love your ideas.
Tamara

Jenny said...

Wow, who knew you could add shrinky dinks...what a cool idea :) Thanks for the inspiration :) Now to get some shrinky dinks!!!

Carol said...

Thank you for the plethora of creative ideas...love the sign-language valentine!

Carol said...

Thank you for the week's worth of creative ideas. I love the sign language I LOVE YOU card.

Conniecrafter said...

that is just the cutest idea, great gift and card all in one!

Deanna said...

Another great project. Love it. Not sure where you get all your inspiration and creativity from but would love to have a little sent my way. I have enjoyed all the projects this week and hope one of these days to actually have time to give them a try.

Maryellen W said...

A very cute, creative card! Great job!

Sue Boyd said...

Fun, Fun week. Thanx for all the 'extended' card-crafting ideas! Come back anytime!

rhonda said...

What a neat idea! Thanks for showing us how to do it!

Cornville Country Crafts said...

Great idea,love the card. Thank you

4kids4 said...

Another very cool project! Thanks for a fun week...I'll be stopping by your blog!

~Sharon C.

Bonita said...

Thanks for all your unique projects. Need to try SD again.

Vanessa said...

Well, now I need to run out and buy shrinky dinks! What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing with us this week.

candkleo said...

I am a sign language interpreter, so I especially love this card! What a great idea! :) Kelly

Janet said...

I LOVE this pin! I can't wait to make one for my dear SIL. I knew I needed something else for her card and this will be perfect. Thanks.

Just Me said...

What a neat idea, and no, didn't know I could cut shrinky dinks with my Cricut. Oh my, the possibilities.

Nana Jo said...

This is so cool - you are so smart!! Love it - can't you tell -lol. Thank you for sharing.
mmlmn @polarcomm.com

Carrie K said...

How cute!! I keep meaning to try shrinky dinks but always forget to buy them!! I have really enjoyed your projects this week. TFS!
Carrie
carriedan1 at live dot com

Carolee said...

What a fun little project. My 2-yr old grandson does signing, so this is an especially fun idea for me.

Slough Family said...

Oh my gosh, I LOVE this! My nephew is deaf and so our family uses the "I love you" sign all the time! Thanks for the graet idea!!

Tamera said...

That card is adorable. I'm going to try that. Thanks for the idea!!

Wendy said...

This is so cute! thanks for the instructions!

Wendy T.

Maria said...

Wow! This is such agreat (and cute!) idea! TFS all your wonderful projects!

Court said...

Fabulous ideas carrie!

Shauna said...

Now THIS is cool!! Wow!!

sleigh said...

Luv the small gifty within a card idea... never used shrinky dink; regardless the name is great! tfs :)

Lori said...

What a great idea! I have loved seeing your projects this week.

Carrie said...

What a great idea! I have never used shrinky dink before - I'll have to try it. Thank you for sharing your ideas this week. I enjoyed seeing what you came up with. :)

Jolanda said...

I never knew you could use shrinky dink with the cricut - what a great idea!
Its a really lovely card :)

Krista said...

this is amazing! thanks for the idea, now I'm off to hobby lobby to get some shrinky dink paper!

krista
scrappinkrista@yahoo.com

Debbi said...

Gorgeous and so clever! I love that you made the hand into a pin.
Sad to see you go. :-(

Dee said...

This is genius. Do you have to use special "glue" to attach the red heart or the pin on the back?

Scrappy Moms Stamps said...

OMGosh - how stinkin' cute! I am so making these today for my girls! :)

spelsue said...

looks like it's time to break out the shrinky dink. HMMM I wonder where I put it??? Great idea. Love this card!

Melanie said...

I may just have to try the shrink plastic someday. Thanks for sharing!

Angela said...

How sweet and smart! I love this. I haven't heard of using Shrinky Dinks and didn't even know they still existed. Gotta try it.

gardener said...

How cool. I'm going to add this to the cards I have for my grandchildren. What fun!

Donna said...

This has been a great week of learning new things from you! (And some reminders of some forgotten ideas!) Thank you so much for a great "I love you" message!
Blessings for you continued success, Donna
grandma4five

Laura said...

Thank you for all your absolutely great ideas! This one is close to my heart though because I have a hard of hearing daughter who is learning sign language and this is the one she uses all the time! She loves to say I love you!
lklebs1 at yahoo dot com

SherriC. said...

sooo cute, TFS!!!!!

Tosha said...

This is totally awesome. How creative. Thank you so much for the inspiration!

chignon said...

I think this card/pin is a fantastic idea! I can't wait to get some shrinky dinks!

Sue S. said...

That is awesome!! I love the little shrinky dink hand!! I've really enjoyed all of your crafty and inspiring projects this past week. TFS!!

sueot33@yahoo.com

Kel said...

Awesome.. I love me some shrinky dinks!!Very clever idea!

Ryansmaama said...

How stinkin' cute is this. I love going to your blog for your ideas.Thanks for the inspiration.--Ryansmaama
gkburrow@cmaaccess.com

Amber H. said...

What a great idea? Now off to find shrinky dink material...

Crhiga said...

Thank you for a great week of great projects!!! TFS!!

Carol

ShoppingTamii said...

oh my gosh...I love this!!!

ms Joyce said...

Darling .. so the shrinky dink comes in white? or did i not read evry thing? really really like the card & pin.

Amy said...

SO CUTE!!!

I've been wanting to try the shrinky dinks -- Now I have a reason!!

Thanks so much for sharing all week... I've been so inspired!!

Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com
scrapbookingwithamy (at) gmail (dot) com

stuart said...

Darling card, Carrie! Love that shrinky dink. i will have to try that!
Loved your visit this week and hope to see you again soon here at EC!
i'm going to go and check out greenbean's crafterole now!
Thanks

PurpleLadyBug said...

Awesome card! I've never heard of Shrinky Dink...how exciting. Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed all your projects this week :)

kperlic@hotmail.com

Christine said...

fun!

Tekla said...

And I thought Shrinky Dinks weren't around any more! I'm glad to know they are! And what a great use for them! Thanks!

Nadinebd said...

Fabulous and loving...what a great idea! I never even thought of using shrink material on Cricut.

Thank you, Nadine

Kristie Maynard said...

What a great card and project. Will have to try something like this. A card and little gift all in one!
I've loved your projects here this week. Hope you'll be back again!

Glora said...

Cute idea. Thanks for sharing how you did this. Hugs- Glora

JenE said...

Love it! Great idea! TFS

Sandra said...

Wonderful!
for 20 years I have been making this hand sign to my kids .... every time we part!
Sandra ltb

Sophia said...

Great idea!

McVic said...

This is adorable! thanks for the tort!!
kacee
mcvicwif@yahoo.com

Scrapper69 said...

What a cute card/pin.... Very simple and yet speaks volumes! :O) TFS!

GreenScrap said...

I love that idea!! And that symbol is incredibly cute!! Love it!! TFS!! TaKe Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

Alemap said...

Wow! I think I may try Shrinky Dinks! Great Card!

Jean said...

So so cute!

Carrie Zrodlowski said...

Wow, so cute, I just might have to make my own.

Christine said...

What a wonderful idea! This has been such an inspiring week.

xxsquigglesxx said...

This is so fun! I love it!

Windy said...

Fantastic! My grandson is learning sign language so this would be perfect for his card. I'm headed to the store to get some Shrinky Dink!!
Thanks for all the great projects you've shared this week.

Kris said...

Awesome idea! My daughter is learning sign language and this will be perfect for her especially since I have the shrinky dinks alreay!! TFS!
I'll miss you fun projects!

Kris in Alaska
funamom at yahoo dot com

Carol said...

WOW beautiful card, love the concept/design. TFS

Ali said...

Love the card and the shrinky pin. Cool idea! thanks for sharing.

Debbie said...

Carrie, I see the shrinky dinks and am always tempted, but don't know what to make. You made it so easy peasy, it will now be easier for me to jump in and try it. thanks for sharing.

Lana said...

How cute! This makes me want to get some shrinky dink plastic and make something! I really enjoyed all your creative ideas this week!
Thanks for all the inspiration!

Regina said...

I am so glad I checked out the site. I just bought some Shrinky Dink because my son and his girlfriend are coming Sun. with the 4 kids. Now I have a project for them to do. I wasn't sure what I would have them do with the Shrinky Dink but now I do. Thanks!
regina95370sbcglobal.net

littlen said...

Cute card. I love making things with shrinky dink. TFS.

Peg Toth said...

that is just too neat. And I love shrinky dinks!

RAP said...

How cute! a card and a pin to keep! I didn't know you could bend them like that after they come out of the oven.

Dana said...

Love the idea... a card and gift in one!


dmcarlisle09atgmaildotcom

l said...

Pretty card! Just got a cricut and just found your site - two good things.

The Creative Princess AKA Tara :) said...

Super Cute!
Tara

thecreativeprincess@hotmail.com

http://creativeprincess-homemadehappiness.blogspot.com/

CA Scrapper said...

So cool!! Thank you for sharing that project.

JANLYNN said...

It has been a fun week with you here. You have made us think outside the box and expand our horizons. I have heard of people doing shrinky dinks but had never gotten the instructions thanks for shareing.

grambojoan said...

that would make a really cute pen or pencil holder for kid too

Karen said...

Great idea, I am going to have to give it a try!!!
Happy Crafting!!
Karen dkolopez@msn.com

Melanie said...

That's a wonderful idea I am shopping for Shrinky Dink tomorrow. There are so many directions to go with it.

Disneypal said...

That is adorable - very clever - I never made shrinky dinks before but I'm going to try to make this

PS: Love when you said the curling is part of the "dinking process"

sunshine scrapper said...

I love all of your projects, but this is the cutest Shrinky Dink project I have EVER seen!

Crafty Sue said...

Enjoyed your week here with the varied projects. Great ideas. Can't wait to try them all. TFS

KTbirdiegirl said...

Wow...very cool!! I've never used the shrinky dink material. Love how this turned out! Carrie...you're a genious!! TFS this whole week.
Kathryn

Anonymous said...

what a cool pin! I need to get some shrinky dinks!!
Kasot@aol.com

littleeifwife said...

super cute...thanks for the tutorial..I have never done shrinky dinks and have been wanting to try it. Going to do it this weekend!!!

Cynthia B. said...

oh my word! This is just adorable. I played with Shrinky Dinks as a kid, but they haven't made their way back into crafty stash...til now! Thanks for another great idea.
You're just full of creativity - so glad you were able to guest this week!

Latinacreativa said...

This just couldn't be any cuter!! I absolutely love it!! Thanks again greenbean!!

Crafting at Tiffany's said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing...I enjoyed viewing your projects this week!
craftingattiffanys@gmail.com

Neesey said...

Love the card. I must try this. Never have played with dinks! Looks very interesting. I can see the possibilities now!

joni said...

This is so fantastic!!!! Thank you so much for sharing this great idea!!! TFS
hugs,
joni

My Creative Time said...

WOW!!!! YOU ARE ONE AMAZING LADY!!!!!! I WAS ON A SHRINKY DINK MISSION AROUND CHRISTMAS TIME! LOL... I REMEMBER I JUST HAD TO SHRINKY DINK EVERYTHING!!!! YOU ARE ONE TALENTED LADY MY FRIEND!!! I AM ON MY WAY TO SUBSCRIBE TO YOU BECAUSE i DON'T WANT TO MISS OUT ON ANYTHING YOU CREATE!!!
BIG HUGS,
EMMA;)

Emily said...

This is so cute! I work with a lot of DHH teachers, and this will be a perfect gift to make for them!

Magoo said...

freakin' amazing girl!! :)

Linda said...

What a cute idea.b

Jessica's Joys! said...

So cute!! Thanks for sharing!

mekei said...

cool, i love "i love you" pins

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