In our last issue of Ett trykk, we had an article about shrinking-plastic.
Each of us in DT made some tutorials; I made a tutorial on how to make some head-pins, and how to make some flowers.
This is what you'll need to make the headpins;
Shrinking plastic, permanent ink, stamps, plain headpins, a circle die and a heat-gun.
Stamp some images on the plastic-sheets.
Punch out the images with a circle die, and pierce a hole in the middle.
Fasten the circles to the plain headpins, and heat it up with the heat-gun.
The circles will get thick and smaller when they're finished.
Headpins ready to use
This is what you'll need to make flowers:
Shrinking plastic, permanent ink, some flower stamps, flower punches, a hole punch and a heat-gun.
Stamp the flowers on shrinking plastic in different colours.
Punch out the flowers in different sizes.
And in different colours and shapes.
Punch a hole in the middle of each flower.
Use the heat-gun to shrink each flower.
When the flowers are still warm, you may shape them a bit, with the backside of a pencil etc.
All the flowers - cooled off.
Fasten some of the flowers together with some brads, and the flowers are ready to use.
Tomorrow I'll show you a card, where I've used my headpins and flowers as embellishment :)
Thank yu for visiting - have a great day!
Hugs, Lena Katrine