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> I know there is some Shrinky-Dink substance available because the teacher I
> student taught under had ordered bulk quantities of it. He used it to make
> Egyptian mummy or cartouche pendants; they were really neat, because all the
> detail the kids would put into them looked even more intricate when it was
> Sorry I don't have the actual name of the product!!
> Lydia West
I believe Aleene (spelling) makes a shrinky dink plastic. It is available
at almost any craft store.