Sand one side of the white Poly Shrink sheet
and stamp the dog image onto it four times. If there are any uninked
spots, touch them up with the Sharpie pen.
After the ink is dry, cut out the dog images
rounding off the corners and punching two holes on the sides of each
piece using the hole puncher.
Using the heat gun, shrink down the plastic
over a heat-proof mat, holding the piece steady with the tip of a pin
tool or tweezers.
Once the piece has shrunk down and is fairly
flat, fold the heat-proof mat over the plastic and press it with
Place an eye pin in each of the black and
white beads and make a loop on the other side using round nose pliers
and cutting off the extra wire.
Do the same thing with the two silver beads.
Link the bracelet plastic pieces and beads
Together with the jump rings, adjusting the
length by adding or subtracting beads, making sure that the toggle clasp
will accommodate the two silver beads and allow for easy closure of the
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