Lovely! I have some clear plastic and was wondering if I just had to sand it to ever use it and I am so glad now to see your example and know I do not!
Well done again! love this piece!!
WOOF! Love the dimension the glaze provides! The shells look molded & the way you colored the plastic is fabulous!
First craft foam and now shrink plastic and another beautiful piece of jewelry. Simply wonderful! Thank you for sharing how you made this. Daria
these are very cool. I am glad that you said how to finish them because I ytied clear nail polish an it did not work. So thank you will try Diamond glaze.
Project - By The Sea Bracelet
posted 10/21/12 at 06:07 PM
Sponge clear shrink plastic with Dr. PH Martin iridescent
acrylic inks, pinks and peaches for the shells, tans and yellows for the starfish. Stamp shells and starfish (RubberBabyBuggyBumpers) with permanent black ink on the colored shrink plastic. Cut out. Punch 1/8 in. holes on tops of shells and one of the starfish arms. Following instructions, heat to shrink. After shrinking, squeeze diamond glaze over the stamped side avoiding the hole you punched. When glaze is completely hardened, put a jump ring through each hole and hang on a chain bracelet with beads of choice. Since clear plastic is used, you can see the design on both sides of each charm.
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