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Skull Charm: Day 29 of 31 Days of Halloween

Ack! It is SO close to the end! Today is Day 29 of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween. Today I have a super quick pendant that I made, using one of the Tim Holtz stamps that I won from last year's 31 Days. I used this image once before this month, but it's so cool that I just had to use it again.

Here's a photo of the stamp on my block, and the charm next to it. Yup...I used Shrinky Dinks! I LOVE using them, and it's been a couple of months since I have, so I thought this was a good time to break them out.

Keep in mind, that since this stamp has writing, I'll only be able to wear it with the matte side showing. I like the look, though I prefer the glossy side. If you make these yourself, try to avoid using an image with writing. I stamped the image with Staz-On, and I used just 2 colored pencils. Super quick. Just for fun, here's how cool the glossy side is....it didn't flatten out perfectly, but I'm totally col with that.

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Comments

DogsMom said…
This image does make a good choice for jewelry items. Could make a pin for males that don't like to wear chains.
craftings said…
Great shrink pendant!
DonnaMundinger said…
OOOh, that stamp looks great as a shrinky! I kinda like the matte side. Gonna have to try this. xxD
TangledBlueRose said…
Love shrinky plastic and this image is wonderful for it. Love the simple color, awesome!
~kim
Wicked cool little charm, shrink plastic is just loads of fun!
I think both sides are awesome! I NEED to get me some Shrinky Dinks to play with--haven't done that since I was a kid!
Susan Renshaw said…
Love this stamp! You have made a great charm with it!!
Susan Renshaw said…
Love this stamp! You have made a great charm with it!!
NanB said…
Shrinky dinks is one of my fav things in the world! Love both sides of this....and the little bumpy spot fits in to out theme so well! Love it!!
Rebecca pettit said…
I am totally excited at how many other people favor the shrinky dink too.
Julia said…
Awesome pendant, I love using Shrinky Dinks, also
Steph said…
Great pendant, love the image too. I really need to find my shrinky dink supplies, this pendant is so fun!
Christine Kiehl said…
I love the shrinky dinks too! Also a Tim lover as well!

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