Friday, 29 April 2016

Shrinky Dinks Keyring

Make a DIY keyring from your child's drawing using Shrinky Dinks. A keychain made using your child's first drawings would make a memorable keepsake. Alternatively kids could make them as gifts for Mothers Day, Fathers Day or Christmas. Its so much fun seeing the pictures shrink in the oven. I remember enjoying using Shrinky Dinks as a child!
DIY Shrinky Dinks Keyring using a child's first drawings. This keychain makes a memorable keepsake or simple kid made gift for Mothers day, Fathers day, Christmas or a Birthday.
If you are looking for a gift or keepsake idea you might also like our DIY heart mugs or salt dough handprint frames.

For younger children our fingerprint keyring makes a perfect keepsakes as does our fingerprint canvas with poem.




To make a Shrinky Dinks keyring you will need: (affiliate links)


You will also need a hole punch and access to an oven. 


How to make a Shrinky Dinks keyring using your child's drawings


  • Draw a picture onto white shrink plastic.  Harry drew portraits of each member of the family. I labelled each person. As these are some of Harry's first 'real' drawings these keyring's will make memorable keepsakes. 
DIY shrinky dinks keyring using a child's first drawings
  • Cut out the images and use a hole punch to make hole at the top of your child's drawing. 


DIY shrinky dinks keychain using a child's first drawings
  • Bake your child drawing by following the instructions on your packet of white shrink plastic. Its so much fun to see the pictures shrink!
How to make a DIY keyring using a child's first drawings. A perfect craft for toddlers and preschoolers.  Use shrinky dinks to make a personalised keepsake or kid made gift. Perfect for Mothers Day, Fathers Day or Christmas.
  • Add a keychain and your Shrinky Dinks keyring is complete. 
Shrinky Dinks Keyring using a child's first drawings.  A simple keepsake/ kid made gift.  Great for toddlers/ preschoolers.

These personalised keychains would be perfect for your child to make and give out as gifts for Mothers Day, Fathers Day, Christmas or a Birthday.  I will treasure mine as its one of the first pictures that Harry drew of me. 

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