Saturday, November 13, 2010

Imagine Nation Blog Hop - Part Deux

Welcome to the second Imagine Nation Blog Hop!
If you are here from from visiting Debbie over at Creativity Heals you are on the right track. If you started here you should really head over to Emma's blog My Creative Time as she is the starting point of this Blog Hop! I wouldn't want you to miss anything. I am so excited to join all of these really talented ladies! The first time around I made a magnetic/dry erase message board that I really enjoyed doing! this time I really wanted to try something a little bit different. So here we go. I headed over to Michael's and bought some Ink Jet Friendly Shrinky Dinks Paper... If you haven't tried this stuff you are really missing out on some fun! This really took me back... WAY BACK!!!
I set all my images (Better Together Cricut Cartridge) to be printed and cut at 2 1/2 inches, punched a 1/8 hole in them and baked them at 275 degrees for about 3 minutes and here they are!!!
After I was done i used some silver circles, chain and latch to make this adorable Charm bracelet!
The blog candy for this Blog Hop is an irock!
All you have to do to enter to WIN is become a follower and leave a comment with your contact info. I will use random.org to select a winner!

Now head on over to My good friend Meriah's blog to check out her project by CLICKING HERE. Also if you lose your place in the hop please refer to the line up below.
  1. My Creative Time with Emma
  2. Sarah at Pink Cricut
  3. Scrapbookaholic by Abby
  4. Tracy at Craft Junkie Too
  5. Mandy at The Polka Dot Spot
  6. Debbie at Creativity Heals
  7. More Than Favors by Paula ---- THAT'S ME!
  8. Meriah at Two Scraptastic Gals
  9. Haidee at Created2bunique
  10. Athena at Pixel Layne Studio
Happy Crafting,

162 comments:

  1. OMG!!!! Have never heard or seen about this product!!!! TFS and I love your project!!!

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  2. OMG!! I love it! I am a jewelry maker and this is just too cute, gret job! I already follow your blog and love it. Thanks.
    pattig161@yahoo.com

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  3. this is fabulous!!! I have never tried this before. Definitely a must :) Hugs.

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  4. How cute! I need to break out my Shrinky Dinks! (please dont enter me to win the I Rock...I already have one and I'd rather someone else had a chance to win one too)

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  5. very cute. OMG never saw that before.

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  6. Wow! What a clever idea! The possibilities are endless! You could make an adorable elementary teacher gift using this process! Thanks so much for the inspiration and a chance to win an Irock!

    Melissa
    www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

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  7. Bracelet is so cute. I have Shrinky Dinks but have not used any yet. My little granddaughter would love it if I made her a bracelet, she is such a girlie girl. I am already a follower.
    Cherylann (prinkles)
    prinkles@woh.rr.com

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  8. I've never heard of Shrinky Dinks...thanks for sharing. Beautiful bracelet.

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  9. Oh my, I love this idea!! I have never tried Shrinky Dinks, I have been missing out :) Thanks for inspiring and thanks for a chance at an iRock!!!!!

    Tanya
    phenis2031 at yahoo dot com

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  10. You are one super clever lady. Love the charm bracelet. Thanks for sharing and the chance to win.

    Trisha
    patnbobcuddy@gmail.com

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  11. I LOVE IT!!!! What a fabulous idea. You're so creative. I keep telling myself I don't need an imagine, but after seeing this, I think I do :)
    Thanks so much for sharing.

    erika.seever@klrd.ks.gov

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  12. I so want to try shrinky dinks!!! You just gave me the inspiration to take it out of the package and try them!!!

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  13. This is so cute!! I think I might have to try this! Thanks for sharing!
    stefy82@gmail.com

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  14. Wowzers, that bracelet is amazing!!! You are so creative.. Thanks for the chance to win...

    Amanda:0)
    amandas crafts and more at hotmail dot com

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  15. Great idea!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Awesome! I love it! I am now a follower! TFS

    mlenclade at gmail dot com

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  17. you are so inventive....
    very cute my grandaughter would love to i-rock a bracelet or two!
    thanks debbie
    gad1974@windstream.net

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  18. First Thanks for the change to win a Irock it's on my wish list.
    Second i do have some Ink Jet Friendly Shrinky Dinks Paper I haven't even opened the charms look great I have the crcut circle bracklet. soon I'm going to make some charm for me and my buzzy bee cricut swarm friends.
    Rebecca Minor
    buzzybeedesigns AT yahoo DOT com

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  19. Such an absolutely creative and unique project! I LOVE IT! Thank you so much for sharing!

    Ashley "Scrappin' Pink Piglet"
    scrappinpinkpiglet(at)gmail(dot)com

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  20. OMG! This is just great, I will have three for my grand daughter please! LOLVery nice Paula. Thanks for sharing.
    jenny

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  21. What a cute braclet. This would be a great present for the little girls on my list. There are so many adorable images that they would absolutely love. Thanks for sharing this idea.
    Marcie

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  22. What a cute charm bracelet!!! I bought shrinky dink paper and it is still sitting unopened next to the etching creme!!! One of these days....

    Thanks for the inspiration!! I am already a follower!

    www.scrappinmystressaway.blogspot.com

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  23. cool braclet never used shrinky dink before.
    Ann W
    weedmana@embarqmail.com

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  24. What a cute gift idea!!! Precious!

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  25. So cute! I didn't know they made shrinky dink paper.
    bbuchholtz at wi dot rr dot com

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  26. Wow! I'm really impressed with how you crossed over a paper project into a jewelry project! Thank you for sharing your talent!

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  27. Oh my gosh I so remember these....how funny! I love your bracelet you did a great job making them and I'm sure you had a blast doing it. Thanks so much for sharing this with us. I'm now a follower on your blog. Stop by and visit me sometime. jennyscards.blogspot.com
    hugs,jen
    jenniferhogge07@yahoo.com

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  28. Paula such a cute job!! Thank you for sharing!! Thank you for the giveaway!! Brandy

    penbrandy at msn dot com

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  29. Great idea....thanks for sharing...never would have thought to do this........

    AnnCarolW@aol.com

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  30. this is awesome! I have nevery tried shrinky dinks but I need to!

    aecopenhaver at gmail dot com

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  31. So cool! thanks for sharing. I love these new ideas! betsyfmkg@live.com

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  32. This is great. I have to try this, I am now a follower. Thanks for sharing.
    rroca31156@gmail.com

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  33. Wow!!! You have GREAT ideas. Love it.

    dendearmas@aol.com

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  34. What a cool way to show your creations. Love, love, love it.

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  35. This technique is one I am definitely trying !!! Martha C.

    mcaballerobrito@hotmail.com

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  36. LOVE the charm bracelet idea!!! This would make EXCELLENT Xmas gifts....

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  37. This is an awesome gift for people this holiday season! How FAB! totally love it! Thanks for sharing!
    Contact: arebori0204@gmail.com

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  38. OMG! You are so creative. I would have never thought of this, great gift idea too. Thanks for sharing! Arlene

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  39. OMGosh! That is the cutest thing. I love it. I have some shrink plastic, I'll have to check if it's printer friendly. TFS Also thanks so much for the chance to win an iROCK. I am already a follower.
    stuff@gt.rr.com
    http://cricutmimi.blogspot.com

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  40. OMG I love shrinky dink and would have not thought to use it the Imagine or any cricut machine. I am going to really try this out. Thanks for sharing and this Hop is really imaginative.

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  41. oh wow this is awesome makes me want to run to the craft store right now.....but have to finish the hop first lol. at each stop my list is getting longer lol. thanks for the chance to win

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  42. OMG Paula-- I love, love, love this--I never thought about using shrinky dinks in my IMAGINE!! :)

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  43. Super cute! Thanks for sharing your amazing talent!
    suebella4u@hotmail.com

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  44. this is a neat idea...it's so cool...I'm gonna have to give this a try. beautiful bracelet. tfs.
    pkanchana8@hotmail.com

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  45. wow! i didn't even know michael's had this paper! will have to try it out! thanx for the new ideas and the braclet is charming! :)

    vero1183@yahoo.com

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  46. Oh my goodness this is too cool. I love it. My favorite charm is the shoe!

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  47. Wow loved the bracelets, oh I can wait to get my cricut imagine , so cute loved it thanx for sharing your creativity. smooches Marjorie
    marjoriefortin@yahoo.com

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  48. What a great bracelet! I haven't used shrinky dinks in YEARS! But what a great idea! TFS!
    booger1 at tds.net

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  49. WOW this is amazing!! A lightbulb just went off i'm heading out to micheals right now to get some of this stuff and make a bracelet for my daughter!! Thanks for sharing this great idea!!

    Erika
    cricutlove1@yahoo.com

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  50. LOVE LOVE LOVE the bracelet!! I'm going to have to try that.

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  51. Awesome bracelet, it's so me! lol Now following you too.

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  52. That is such a cute bracelet! Thanks for the chance! abusybee24@coxdotnet

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  53. Such a cute idea! I have never tried shrinky dinks before! I definitely will - my daughter would love a project like this!
    Jennifer H
    qtme2003 at yahoo dot ca

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  54. I NEVER would have thought of this! Wonderful idea! Brings me back to my childhood! TFS!

    shell_028 at yahoo dot com

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  55. would not think of a bracelet - good job!! Cute!

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  56. really great idea!
    Kasey Litt
    6125 Fairlong Run
    Acworth, GA 30101
    craftygirlga@gmail.com

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  57. WOW, what a blast from the past. Shrinky Dinks. Great project. Love it. Can't wait to try it with my 2 yr old GD.

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  58. That is awesome! Love it! I will have to try it!
    Thanks for sharing. I am now a follower!
    hperks24@yahoo.com

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  59. What a great idea! Once I get my Imagine, I will be getting some of that! Perfect gift idea!

    welderperkins@gmail.com

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  60. OH I just love this project!! I use shrinky dinks all the time, but have never made a charm braclet. Thank you for the inspiration and now I am going to try my hand at it. I am already a follower :-) blanphear @ yahoo dot com

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  61. OMGOSH!!! I love love love this project :-) s glad you were part of the hop :-)

    Shelley

    lostnwa98 at frontier dot com

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  62. AWESOME, WHAT A GREAT IDEA,LOVE YOUR BLOG!

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  63. Very cute. I have yet to try out my ink jet shrinky dink. Thanks for the inspiration.

    spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

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  64. WOW!! Awesome! Love it and what a fun project for the kods. TFS

    desaucier at bellsouth dot net
    Darlene

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  65. u are so talented nice job !!

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  66. Paula you are such an 'out of the box' thinker!! I love that about you!! Great idea!! thanks!

    alaska.girl.24(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  67. I love Shrinky Dinks. I used my Cricut markers to draw and cut out the cricut logo with a square background and made cute Cricut logo keychains for everyone in my Cricut class. They are so cute. Thanks for sharing your project:) It looks awesome!

    Cricut Chick
    www.cricutchick.com
    cricutchick@rocketmail.com

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  68. Paula... what a cute cute cute bracelet! Way to think outside the box with this Hop. Thank you soo much for sharing this project. I will definately have to share this project with my Daughter. She started playing with my Imagine yesterday. And needed no instructions at all on how to start. She is lovin' it now!!!
    TFS...
    Sweet Creations...
    www.sweetdelightspapernmore.blogspot.com
    e-mail:
    (thenumbertwo)marlaatmsndotcom

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  69. This is awsome. I have never seen anything like it. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  70. Shrinky Dinks! How fun! What a great idea! These charms turned out great. Thanks for the chance to win the I-Rock.

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  71. I LOVE THIS! I am going to have to try this. Will it work with a Cricut? I would love to make a braclet for my daughter.

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  72. How cute! I am going to have to try this out!

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  73. wow this is soooooooooo cool!! thanks for sharing and the chance to win!
    -jamie
    babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

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  74. OMG!! This is soooo cute!! What a great gift idea!! Thanks for the chance to win

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  75. What a unique idea. Really cute.

    PTCHWRK@comcast.net

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  76. I love your bracelet (I became a follower)

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  77. What a wonderful idea!!! Very cute!!!

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  78. Wow, this is so cute! Great job!
    ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  79. holy cow batman!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I love it!!!!!
    Great great job!!!



    monica.lowrance@gmail.com

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  80. WOW! What an awesome project! Thank you for sharing your creative idea!
    carrie dot slaughter at gmail dot com

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  81. Shrinky Dink Plastic is back is style ya'll! That was the the thing back in kindergarten. It was so cheap then too. LoL. Now they know us 5 yr olds grew up and have jobs so they jack the price up. It's all about the 'Benjamins Baby'. LoL.

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  82. How Cute. I've never heard of Shrinky Dink plastic. Your charm bracelet is so cute. I'll have to look for it. Thanks for sharing.

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  83. Thanks for the great ideas! I didn't know about the Shrinky Dinks Paper either. I will have to get some to use in my Imagine! Thanks for the opportunity to win also!

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  84. Very cute idea! TFS. I looove it!
    Diana B.
    crb_deb@bellsouth.net

    I'm a follower.

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  85. Awesome project. Love the charms! Thanks for sharing.

    Mandy
    mjbaker at earthlink dot net

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  86. WOW! you rock!!! Thanks for sharing!!
    barbara@allthingsperuvian.com

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  88. Cute bracelet !!! I will have to try it ! leighkalbfleischathotmaildotcom

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  89. I now have to make a run to Michaels tomorrow! Thanks for this awesome idea!

    tjsgal at gmail dot com

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  90. Oh how creative - my daughter would love to try this!!

    Deanne G
    dgutierez1@msn.com

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  91. Love -LOVe-Love your bracelet. thanks for sharing millierose651@aol.com

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  92. Fabulous idea!!!!! My daughter and her BFF's are going to be working my crickie overtime with this one. THANKS!!!!

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  93. This was a super Wow project and turned out great. Thank You for being in the hop and for a chance to win great prizes.
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  94. Funtastic idea I love it I bet My granddaughter would love one of these/TFS

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  95. This is waaayyyy cute!! This would be a great activity for my daughter and her friends...tfs!

    ~Sharon C.
    sconn0925 at yahoo dot com

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  96. I love shrinky dinks..what a good use of them, soo clever! Thanks for the idea!

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  97. I am a follower and I absolutely love that charm bracelet.

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  98. New follower here! I'm enjoying the blog hop..thank you ladies!

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  99. Oh I remember shrinky dinks! Wow didn't know they still sold it. How cute is your bracelet. Love it. Thanks and I am a new follower.
    tabitha4cm at yahoo dot com

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  100. I am so excited seeing that gorgeous bracelet!!! I love shrinky dinks! I even have some of it in my stash as I used it a few years ago for a mini book...never, ever, thought to make a charm bracelet!!!! Yippee!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!
    Hugs,
    Joni
    Arcocha@yahoo.com

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  101. that is so cool! Thanks for sharing!!1

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  102. Okay - that's such a fab idea. Thanks for the inspiration!!

    b_aldous@hotmail.com

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  103. Very pretty ! I made some of the shrinky dinks a couple weeks ago ! I did them in the nursery tails ! Guess great minds think alike ! TFS and for the chance to win a I-Rock I dont have one yet !
    HUGS, JANIE

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  104. What a great idea for a quick gift. i haven't done shrink art in years.

    Kathy
    Katsews at gmail dotcom

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  105. PAULA....this is a wonderful idea. I think I may attempt to make my daughter some inexpensive jewlery for Christmas.

    TFS,
    Erin
    spantastikreations@yahoo.com

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  106. Thanks for the reminder. I will have to use my expression to cut some shrinky dink and then color them. Would love to win the irock

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  107. Shrink Art Paper? This is new to me . I Love this Idea. Very Ver Creative. I may have to scrap-lift this from you. I don't have and imagine, but I'm sure I can come up with something. TFS. Smooches...

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  108. How cute is that!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  109. OMG!!!! I love, love, love that bracelet. It such a great idea. Thank you for sharing.

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  110. This is so creative!! Great idea!

    Keisha
    keisha_hartt@hotmail.com

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  111. Super cute bracelet!

    stampwithcarol@gmail.com

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  112. LOVE your charm bracelet!! I agree shrinky dinks are way fun!!
    sillyscrap at aol dot com

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  113. The bracelet is awesome...so cute! Thanks for the chance to win.

    haldonb@comcast.net

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  114. OMG they are just gorgeous. I love the stuff... Never heard of it before, but sounds like something that would be amazing to play with.

    Thanks so much for showing us these.

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  115. Love, Love, Loved it! wow, how creative. TFS!

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  116. Wow those are awesome!!! Just wonderful.
    I am now a follower.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    annadowdy at gmail dot com

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  117. This is one of the most unique projects I have ever seen! ADORABLE!!!!!! I used to play with shrinky dinks when I was a kid! wow, there is a travel back in time!

    thanks for sharing this with us! I LOVE IT!

    Becky.mayhewlear@gmail.com

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  118. Love it. I want to make a bracelet. See a trip to Michaels in my future. Thanks for sharing.

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  119. cute!..nice idea!!
    thanks for the chance!

    felkatz at gmail dot com

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  120. Now that is really clever! LOVE it!! TFS and the opportunity to win!
    kathlee154@gmail.com
    http://kathleessnippitsncricuts.blogspot.com

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  121. Wow what a great project. Im loving that high heel :)
    This would be great as party favors.
    Thanks
    Jess M
    myscrapdiary(at)gmail(dot) com

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  122. Oh my goodness! I so have to try this!!! TFS!!!!!!!!!

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  123. That charm bracelet is the neatest thing I've seen. You did such a great job!

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  124. Oh my word is that bracelet CUTE! Going to have to head to Michaels today. Thanks for sharing.

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  125. What a great idea!! I think I'm brave enough to try shrinky dinks now :O)

    www.crazyaboutcricut.blogspot.com
    crazyaboutcricut at hotmail dot com

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  126. Oh My Gosh . . . what an adorable charm bracelet . . . I have forgotten all about Shrinky Dinks . . . this will be a great project to make with my little granddaughter . . . thanks for sharing!

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  127. What an awesome idea! I wish I could figure out a way to do this on my cricut create. It would be so fun to make with my nieces over thanksgiving. If you have any ideas could you please e-mail me?
    Teresa
    buzzanddax at gmail dot com

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  128. What an adorable bracelet! I love it:)
    www.dawnicakorner.blogspot.com

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  129. Talk about outside the box! I love it!!!
    mbchoj at aol dot com

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  130. What a great idea! my daughter loved these when she was little. I had forgotten all about them@
    kacee
    mcvicwif@yahoo.com

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  131. Thats a super cute project, I need to try that. I had never heard of it!

    Hugs,
    Liset TFS!

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  132. This takes me back to being a little girl! I do not know who would love this project more ... ME or MY DAUGHTER!!! This is a great idea. Thanks for sharing. Jennifer

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  133. How creative i like your little bracelet. TFS Susan shanna13@frontiernet.net

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  134. What a great Idea!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  135. I should totally win this , because I probably Rock the most and all :D haha I didn't know you had an Imagine :D Imagine that :D hahaha

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  136. I can't believe how awesome these little charms are. You did an awesome job! I am on my way to M's! Thank you for the inspiration. jvilla95ar at gmail dot com

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  137. This is too awesome! I can absolutely not wait to try this! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!
    Lindsay
    lindsaykay2@gmail.com

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  138. wow! this looks awesome! I saw this on the shelf a few days ago and wasnt sure ablout it. Im definately going to head back to the store. u did an awesome job!
    meredithscraps@bigpond.com

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  139. That is adorable... i am going to have to try this....
    lauraleed48atlivedotca

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  140. Can you do a tutorial? LOVE this idea!!!!
    Glenda
    glendalea.blogspot.com

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  141. love the bracelt. love your ideas. thanksfor the giveaway.
    joann0214@yahoo.com

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  142. Love your idea!!!! Yes, those do bring back childhood memories for sure!

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  143. Cool idea! Thanks for sharing :)

    Emily (coolcricutcreations at yahoo dot com)

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  144. I just love your idea wow thanks for sharing this would make a great gift Paula, can't wait till your birthday blog hop I am so excited to be part of it thanks for having me Debbie @http://craftydeb-ddscrafts.blogspot.com/

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  145. I love this project. I have been wanting to try this. I think ou inspired me.

    pennyspad at sbcglobal dot net

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  146. Awesome bracelet! Thanks so much for the inspiration.

    stacy at mycraftingtime dot com

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  147. Fantastic project. Great idea even for a personalized gift. thx for the share. Donielle pots9@yahoo.com

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  148. So cute! I think I'm going to have to make some of these with my little one! Thanks for the ideas!!! :)

    Celeste B.
    ccscard.blogspot.com

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  149. Cute charms! Nice idea for young girls birthday party activity as a make and take. TFS

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  150. Omg your charm bracelet is super cute.. Love it..
    Juicycreations808@gmail.com

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  151. O M G!!! I NEARLY FELL OF MY CHAIR w/your project!!! HOLY COW! You are GOOD !!! I am TOTALLY going to have to scrap-lift this & OF COURSE, you are GETTING 100% CREDIT for this my friend!!! WOW, you are one CLEVER lady!;) I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!;)
    Big Gypsy Hugs,
    Emma;)

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  152. Shrinky dinks! I think I have some of those I bought for scouts once. I wll have to try this.

    dhoffman@spacey.net

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  153. Oh my gosh! That is just to fun! I am young again thinking about Shrinky Dinks! Thanks for the memories!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  154. Wow. It came out too cute!.. great job..

    mssoftbrn@yahoo.com

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