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Re: SHRINKY DINKS

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Sidnie Miller (sidmill.us)
Mon, 24 Aug 1998 18:30:21 -0700 (PDT)


You don't need to pay at all for shrinky dinks--just have parents collect
clear rigid plastic bakery item containers.

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On Mon, 24 Aug 1998 KBISD wrote:

> I have seen several requests for the product SHRINKY DINKS. I happen to know
> that if anyone would like information and or samples of the Original SHRINKY
> DINKS Shrinkable Plastic sheets, you may send a request to K & B Innovations
> II, Inc. P.O. Box 223, North Lake, WI 53066. I have seen many responses to
> inquiries, and I think that the original is really the best, and I got it at
> the lowest price because its direct from the manfacturer. Their is nothing
> more frustrating for a child than to finish a project and to have it
> misshapen during baking. I find that this is the problem with the imitations.
> E me if you need more info.
>