Create your art and shrink it with Grafix Shrink Film. Design, cut out and bake for instant embellishments.
Shrink film designs will become half their size and strong plastic pieces great for adding dimension to scrapbook pages and handmade cards. Easy to cut with decorative scissors, die cut machines and punches. Decorate with permanent markers, rubber stamps and paint pens.
The creative uses are endless.
Make one of a kind jewelry, buttons, gift tags, zipper pulls and ornaments.
For even more fun, use your computer and Inkjet printer to create personalized shrink art. Grafix Inkjet Printable Shrink Film is great for printing your favorite photos, clip art and fonts. Create personalized key chains, charms and magnets in no time.
Choose from: Clear, Matte, White, Black, Inkjet Printable Clear and White and 6 bright colors: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue and Purple. NOW AVAILABLE IN SUPER SANDED TOO! This textured surface makes drawing with colored pencils even easier. Great for kids!
All styles are available in 8.5×11” packs of 6, 10 and 50 sheets and an assortment pack of all 6 colors.
Shrink Film Instructions and Helpful Hints
Can I add a design to my Shrink Film once it’s done baking?
Yes, you can add designs to Shrink Film with permanent markers, paint pens and rubber stamps before and after baking.
Do I need to seal my Shrink Film designs?
It is not necessary to seal your finished pieces. However, you can protect pieces that will be handled often with a polyurethane sealer. See attached information on sealants. Shrink Film Sealer FAQ
What type of markers/media work best on Shrink Film?
Permanent markers/pens work the best on non-Inkjet styles of Shrink Film.
My Shrink Film curled up, what do I do?
Shrink Film will curl up, then flatten back out, this is simply part of the shrinking process. Be patient while shrinking and wait for it to flatten out. If your film curls and sticks to itself, simply remove from the oven and using toothpicks or tweezers un-stick and return it to the oven. Placing a heavy weight vellum or piece of parchment paper on top of your projects while shrinking will minimize curling and sticking. Keep a spatula handy when shrinking so that you can use it to flatten projects as they are removed from the oven and still hot.