I have some good news for you guys. Playing with Shrinky Dinks is just as fun as a grown up as it was as a kid. Whether you design these cute unicorn charms for yourself or with your kids, there is something magical about how quickly and perfectly the designs miniaturize in the oven!
Watch this quick video to see just how I made my charms. I publish two creative videos on my YouTube channel each week, so hop over and subscribe. If you are already a subscriber, THANK YOU!
I used one sheet of the shrink plastic to make these seven charms, which means I have nine more sheets for other fun shrinky dink projects! If you would like to trace my drawings to create your charms, you can find a free PDF here.
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You can use these charms on a charm bracelet, as zipper pulls, or as key chains. If you choose not to punch a hole in them before shrinking, you can glue them to pin backs to create darling little unicorn pins. Which charm is your favorite?
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