For making inkjet charms!
If you want a backside to your charm, make sure you line up the images correctly so that the backside is an INVERSE of the front side. If you simply do a horizontal image flip, it might not be perfectly aligned so make sure the border width on all sides remains the same. If it isn't, be sure to measure and change accordingly!■ Your shrinky dink sheets may curl when you are CUTTING them. Like when you cut tough corners and the scissors bend the plastic. It's hard to describe but if you've done it, you will notice And unfortunately this is nearly impossible to fix! Your best bet is to bake, see how bad the damage is, and quickly slam a textbook on top of it! Cross your fingers it'll flatten, otherwise you'll just have to redo and try not to bend the plastic will cutting.Materials:■
You can get most of the materials in an arts & crafts store. If there isn't one near you, you can find these items on Amazon.com! Just make sure you get them from a reputable seller!Fonts:■
Titles: Got heroin?■
Body Text: TurkeyfaceAnswered Questions:
 Why do I need to lower the opacity? ■
Because when the charms bake, they will darken and regain their color saturation. 50% is the instructed opacity change!
 What is the pixel size of this specific canvas for the charms? ■ 2975 x 3850 px (You take the dimensions in inches, and multiply by the dots-per-inch resolution [in this case it's 8.5 x 350, 11 x 350])
The charms I made:
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