You’re So Charming!

Hello again, Sweet peeps! Samantha here and today I have an adorable little gift that I made for a special little girl I know, who just turned 4 years old! (Although, I should point out, my 6 year old and 3 year old little Menn wanted to keep it for themselves! So it works for boys and girls, apparently! Ha!)

What is this little present, you ask? It’s pretty much the most adorable little charm bracelet ever! And I used Sweet Stamp Shop stamps to make it! That’s right!

Adorable, right? I know!!!

And it was SUPER easy to make! All you need are some alcohol makers, staz-on ink and shrinky dink paper!
I used to play with shrinky dinks ALL THE TIME when I was little! And, I recently redisovered them, and I love them even more now! Ha! I used the Dragon, Royal Wish and Unicorn stamp sets!

Here’s how the bracelet came to be:

– Stamp your images onto shrinky dink paper with Staz-On or another permanent ink.

– Color on the BACK (aka the opposite side the Staz-On ink is on) of the shrinky dink paper with Copics or any other alcohol based makers

– Using a standard sized hole punch, punch a hole near the top of the image.

– Cut around the image (I like to leave a small border around the images).

– Hold the plastic with some craft tweezers and heat with your heat gun. The force and heat is going to make the plastic go crazy! But I promise, once it’s done ‘shrinking’, it will right itself.

Once the pieces had cooled down, I simply added a little ring to the ‘charms’ and then attached them to the bracelet!

Instant princess charm bracelet! 🙂

So, what do you think? Do you think this is something you want to try? There are SO many Sweet Stamp Shop images that would work well as a charm bracelet!

If you do make any jewelry with Sweet Stamp Shop images, PLEASE share them with us! We want to see! You can post to the Facebook page or Pinterest!

Thanks again!

~Samantha

7 Responses to You’re So Charming!

  1. Wan says:

    Oh wow, this is AMAZING!!! Thank you for sharing.

  2. This is fantastic, love the idea!!

  3. Sue says:

    It’s funny you should post this, I actually have shrinky dink sheets coming my way !!

  4. tklecrafts says:

    can you let us know what shrinky dink paper you used?

  5. Yuki says:

    This bracelet is absolutely adorable and such a fun and unique way to use your stamps! So cool!

  6. I really love the fun and different ways to use our stamps, thinking outside the box!

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