Today's card features a tutorial that I am sharing over at StampNation on how to make shrink plastic charms. I show several variations, and this card uses one of the resulting charms.
I love working with shrink plastic. It's one of those things that lets me play like a little kid but is perfectly legitimate (and useful!) in the crafting world.
This particular charm was made with the same leaf stamp which I used on the card and used the same rock 'n' roll technique for the watercolor effect.
I used the same stamp to finish the inside.
Thank you for joining me, and I hope you head on over to StampNation for the full details and to see the other variations of this fun technique!
And don't forget to stop by and visit Catherine Pooler at her blog. She'd love to see you!
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