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minature crip packets= cuteness
Why waste your crisp packets when you can turn them into adorable key rings?

CRISP PACKET+OVEN= CUTENESS

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  • Step 1

    first collect some crisp packets. And wash them, stinky keyrings are a no no!

  • Step 2

    Then put your dryed crisp packet on a baking tray in the oven whilst it heats up to the highest temp on your oven

  • Step 3

    leave your crisp packet in the oven for about 5-10 mins but keep checking on it so you make sure the edges don't fold over and get stuck.

    if the edges do fold over then gently flatten them back with some tweezers and put back in the oven

  • Step 4

    once your crisp packet has shrunken leave it to cool down completely, then put it on a piece of wood and drill a hole in the corner (not too close to the edge as it could break)

  • Step 5

    Finaly attach your keyring with some pliers. then sit back and admire your handywork :)

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khushbu k.
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live2create
live2create · Ottawa, Ontario, CA · 13 projects
this is great! I used to do this with candy wrappers and a lighter in high school Tongue Happy
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minxy
minxy · 17 projects
they shrink quite small, a regular crisp packet will shrink to about 3x4cm
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Linvie
Linvie · Vancouver, British Columbia, CA · 7 projects
how much do they shrink?
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minxy
minxy · 17 projects
thanks for advice jet h, I wont be makeing these in my food oven anymore!
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Topaze D.
Topaze D. · Scunthorpe, England, GB · 3 projects
I used to make these when i was at school, cute!
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
thank you for the how to, but if its your food oven as well, it's not healthy!!!
i have made this mistake myself as well.
Don't because it's very dangerous for the familly wellness.
So if you have a left over oven or seccond handed use that one.
Not all ovens are too make it to the heating up you are talking.
Like mine food oven. sooo. On instructable com you find other tutes like this with pictures.
sorry for my warnings;-D but i have damaged my longs with this craftings and i need now too much meds for that as well.
but i like the idea still.
Perhaps it can be done as well in other ways.
but i always love all the recyling projects!!!;-D
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