Honey, I Shrunk the Jewelry!
This Valentine’s Day, give a gift that’s as sweet as it is simple to make. Who doesn’t love a little homemade jewelry? You won’t believe it, but this DIY heart jewelry is made from shrink film. Yes, the same material you adored as a young crafter back in the day. Shrink film is fun for crafters of all ages and offers a lot more room for creativity than you’d imagine! Gather the supplies listed below and get to it…
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- Needle-Nose Pliers
- Gather the tools and materials listed above.
- Cut the hearts out of gold shrink film, then shrink them in the oven following the instructions on the packaging. Open a jump ring and attach the heart and one end of the chain.
- Open the jump ring and attach the open heart and the other end of the gold chain.
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This is such a cute project. What settings do you use on the Cricut to cut the Shrink film?
Sometimes the Cricut software changes, but we found that “Plastic Packaging” worked pretty well. Maybe test it first.
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