We are all using shrink plastic this week. I am going to do a sails pitch for Woodware shrink plastic as it is one of the best on the market, so give it a go. It has to be sanded, and the sanding blocks are ideal for sanding it. Sand both sides in both directions before you start. We have a clear, canvas white, translucent, and black. Also a sampler pack that has two sheets of each colour.
So first this week we have Pam the Pampered Stamper and as we are all being inundated with Olympic fever here in the UK it is nice to see that it has spread across to Pam.
You will perhaps recognise the stamp as we all used it in June. It has just been released by Stampendous in the US as they brought it out just for us here in the UK but then decided to share it. It is a cling rubber stamp and it is just called London and is a great collage stamp.
Pam has used the canvas white shrink plastic. Pam has stamped with Black Stazon and coloured with permanent markers. Remember to punch any holes before you shrink your plastic. It is much easier to cut will it is thin as it thickens up when you shrink it. But you can cut it after it is shrunk or even sand the edges off.
Well if we can tempt you to get your shrink plastice out then send us a photo or use the link thing at the bottom of this post. Remember we have a draw at the end of the month to grab some Woodware goodies.