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  1. This is stunning! amazing job, Grace!

  2. Rome of twoboroughs says 1.23.13

    So pretty! I had made a geometric bib necklace over the summer on my blog (http://twoboroughs.blogspot.com) using shrinky dink film too 🙂

  3. Liz Schneider says 1.23.13

    Gorgeous and genius! So cool.

  4. Alyssa says 1.23.13

    I remember Shrinky Dink! Too funny…this is of course genius and came out so pretty. I love the “lucite” look!

  5. christin says 1.23.13

    Can you make me a shrinky dink dino necklace? I think Stefan would like one for solidarity also.

  6. Danielle says 1.23.13

    This is incredible! Is it a sin to say I think I like YOUR version more?! 🙂 I am going to run out and get some shrinky dink plastic, that stuff is so fun! Whats next? A lucite clutch? That would be incredible.

    I am such a fan!
    xo, Danielle

  7. alyson says 1.23.13

    Wow, amazing! I remember that, and SO cool how it transforms into this. I love anything lucite these days. Can this make a table? 🙂

  8. Jayshri says 1.23.13

    Absolutely gorgeous piece, Grace! this is freaky (in a good way)….I literally just left my fav bead store 2 mins ago where I saw the Polyshrink sheets and was thinking about making a necklace with it! Thanks for the inspiration 🙂

  9. Rachel says 1.23.13

    Shrinky Dinks are amazing- I miss playing with them! Gorgeous necklaces.

  10. Elizabeth says 1.23.13

    This is awesome! I definitely want to try this. I love lucite, but don’t know why it’s so expensive. Isn’t it just like plastic?

  11. Kelly Ly says 1.23.13

    I love being inspired by you lady! You’re so crafty!

    Off Kelly’s Hanger

  12. Beautiful – Lucite is all the rage right now! I must try this!

    XO, Stefanie
    Life on the Squares

  13. This is so beautiful, I had no idea they still made shrinky dink plastic! The possibilities are now endless… Such an amazing job and it really looks like lucite!

  14. Michelle says 1.23.13

    This might be my favorite DIY yet! Especially after lusting over the Adia Kibur necklaces all season! Shrinky Dink brings back so many fun crafting memories with my mom, I had noidea it was still around 🙂

  15. Julia says 1.24.13

    I love this DIY, Grace! You are so talented. Anything lucite I pretty much love 🙂

    xo Julia

  16. Gotham Polish says 1.24.13

    oh my goodness this is amazing! I never knew there was an “adult” shrinky dink = aka the raw materials, but I never thought about it either lol

  17. aini says 1.28.13

    Soooo beautiful! Great DIY! Love it soooo much!

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  20. Naomi Prinsloo says 10.25.13

    I love this! So fab!

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