Craft Plastic Film
Use Grafix expanded the line of Craft Plastic to create 3D elements, embellishments, stencils and as a mixed media surface that will coordinate with any artistic project. The Craft Plastic product line now has a variety of finishes and thicknesses for a range of applications.
Crystal Clear .007” and .020” film is an ultra-clear surface perfect for journals, cards, embellishments, and stencils – decorate, die-cut, layer and more. Easy to cut with decorative scissors, craft knives, and many die-cutting machines. Great for decorating with markers, rubber stamps, glitter, rub-ons, and adhesives.
NEW Frosted Food Safe .005” and .0075” film is reusable, perfect for sugarcraft stencils, baking, and chocolate work. Easy to cut with decorative scissors, craft knives, and many die-cutting machines.
NEW Opaque White .010” film can be used with a wide range of mediums and techniques, including watercolor and alcohol inks. Strong, smooth, waterproof surface, wipeable, heat resistant and fun to use.
NEW Translucent Blue and Frosted Laser Cuttable .007” and .010” film is a durable Laser Cuttable film for cutting in multiples to create stencils and templates.
All style sizes are available in 12×12”, 12×24”, 18×24”, and 24×36” in packages of 4 (only the 12×12″) and 25 sheets. (Opaque White Craft Plastic is also available in a pad, click on Dura-Bright White to learn more).
Can a heating tool be used to dry paint on the Opaque White Craft Plastic without curling the film?
Our Opaque White Craft Plastic Film has a heat tolerate up to 150°F without the film curling.
Will watercolors bead on the Opaque White Craft Plastic?
No, but they will flow.
Will the Opaque White Craft Plastic lift mediums cleanly?
Yes, but this depends on the medium. For water-based mediums and alcohol inks, those can be lifted cleanly off the film.
Will pens or markers smudge on the Opaque White Craft Plastic?
The chances of a pen or marker smudging on the Opaque White Craft Plastic Film depend on the medium used. Sharpie, Permapaque, Porcelain Pain Pens and other mediums have worked well on our Opaque White film without smudging.