An easy-peasy, shrinky dink ring!
I found some time to do a tutorial! Yay! It's quite straight forward, but if you need some help don't hesitate to message me.
If you're wondering what the writing says on the ring:
Do you know why snow is white? It's because it's forgotten the color it once was. -C.C (from the anime CODE GEASS)
OMG, much thanks to CO+K for featuring my dinky little project! I never would have thought I would get featured and yet here it is! I am so very honored! Thanks to all who have faved it and viewed it! :)
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Different brands of shrink plastic have different shrink rates, sorry I don't really know how to put it. XD
Plastics could shrink to either 1/2 or 1/3 of its starting size. I recommend baking a guinea pig piece of plastic first to find out how much it shrinks.
If it shrinks to 1/2 its size, use two lengths the circumference of your finger. If it shrinks to 1/3 use three lengths.
You can decide how wide you want it.
For this step, YOU MUST WORK QUICKLY!
Once it flattens, take it out of the oven and wrap it around an object that is about the circumference of your finger. Wrap it so that the shiny side is facing up AKA facing you.
If you have baked on a napkin, you can use it to help you wrap the plastic. It will prevent you from burning your fingers