My best success with Shrink Art plastic was an activity for a family day for the Wichita Art Museum. The exhibition was of work by William Henry Johnson and we made people pins. Using postcards of people by Johnson for inspiration, children and their parents drew and colored with Prismacolor markers (I was able to find a close-out of "skin colors" for around $.50 per marker). We shrunk these in toaster ovens I purchased at garage sales for about $5 each. The tricky part was finding the teflon sheet for the little toaster oven trays. It is made for dehydrators and can be cut to size with scissors, but it was expensive.
Shrink art, colored with prismacolor markers and dipped in "jewelry glaze" looks like faux cloisoinne enamel! I have made pins for the NAEA with it.
Marcia, Derby, KS
> On another note...didn't we use to have a representative on our listserv
> used to SELL shrinky dink materials? I like the keychain idea. I've never
> worked with shrinky dink stuff personally. Can you buy a packet of
> with directions? Judy Nagel and SAX? Does it work in microwaves or only
> those little ovens? Full of questions....Toodles....Bunki