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term paper writing

The good thing about your information is that it is explicit enough for students to grasp. Thanks for your efforts in spreading academic knowledge.

bettyannmanghi

wow that is a great tutorial!
did you use stazon or just regular ink?
i have to dig out my shrinkydink paper stuff now

anice

superbe

c'est nous en France on appel sa du plastique fou
plastique qui ce rétracte

bizzz
anice

Joanne

I wonder if it is just me when watching your videos, there are a lot of pauses throughout the duration of the video. I find it time cosuming to watch them. Have you had this concern from others?

Gail

I just love the shrinking paper. I think I am a shrinking addict...where do you get yours. Is shrinky dinks the only product? Do you use the inkjet paper too? ahhhsome :]
Thank you very very much for tutorial.

Sandy in NH


GREAT TUTORIAL AND YOU MAKE IT LOOK SO EASY!!

Regina Cornelius

another great tutorial!!! (no surpsires here - they are always great!)
i have 2 ?s though...how do you cut the polyshrink with such smooth edges and what type of ink do you use? oh...and 1 more ? - do you sand the polyshrink first?

Lori McB

Q for you Julie. After you stamped the shape, what did you use to trim it so closely. I have trouble cutting poly shrink. It cracks on me or looks jagged. Thanks for your great tutorials. I love reading your blog!

Chris Mott

Can't wait to try this out. Your tutorials are always awesome. Missed your blog, while I was on vacation. Great to be back !

Candy

Thanks for another great tutorial. I always learn something new from them!

evette

It is so sad for me that I can not get any tutorials that are video. I have dial-up and my system will not play them. Dang it all. There are so many of yours that I would like to have. Dang, dang dang. Ty for the heads up on buying the shrink stuff. I know I am ordering all the time from "All that scraps". Thanks for the heads up to that site. Have a great day Julie. evette

Shelley G in Iowa

Excellent tutorial! I will be trying this one ASAP! Thanks Julie!

Inge

Wow Julie, thanks so much for this tutorial. At first when you see the heating up you think oh my this is going totally wrong *hihi* but then as a miracle the poly shrink ended up as a cute embellie. It's like magic....:-D

Inge

Mary Campbell

I just started using this too. I didn't think of using the heat gun to shrink it. I have been using a toaster oven. Thanks for sharing.

Sandra Smart

awesome tutorial, thanks for sharing. I never thought of using my heat gun. I always make a whole bunch and then stick them in my oven...but the heat gun is such a better idea.

Teresa

Thanks so much for the tutorial. I've never been able to get this to work right. But now I can see what I was doing wrong. I really appreciate this tutorial (and all of your others!).

jules p

I love that shrink stuff. I remember playing with that when I was a very young kid. I like being about to use your heat gun instead of the oven.

Carolynn F

Wow...I expected something totally different. I had no idea that it would shrink that much so I really appreciate the video demonstration. You rock!

Gail S.

Fun! I look forward to seeing the charm you made on an upcoming card!!! Thank you for taking the time to show us.

becky

Fab tutorial - thanks for sharing!

Eileen Bartsch

Thanks so much Julie, yes that is amazing. I now could see exactly what it did and will be buying some. You are a charm also Julie always willing to help out! Thanks heaps....Eileen

Mel M. M. M.

That was AWESOME! I would have panicked when I saw that curling, but now that I've seen you do it, I know what to expect! Thanks so much for showing how you do that. Gorgeous results! :0)

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