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Shrinky Dink Art Drives Me CRAZY!

But it was worth it! After about 10 completely failed attempts, I finally got the hang of cooking this plastic menace! And figured out enough to do a little art project with colored pencils and sharpies. It’s not quite like I saw on Pinterest, but I am happy enough now to turn off the oven and forget the whole thing. For now…hahahaha.

Also, please apologize to your loved ones, because I know you will be sucked into Pinterest after reading this. 🙂



The finished Shrunken Product


As they each come out of the oven, shrunk!


Four slices of discontent


The entire 8.5×11 drawing, ready to be sliced


“Please Wake Up, Alice” 36×48 DONE!


It’s Done, and photographed! I’m waiting for a print to be made and I know it will be totally luscious! Here’s the picture!

“Please Wake Up, Alice” Day 5: Part2

<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/124327248″>Day5 Part2</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user28636072″>Gia Whitlock</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

Here is part 2 of day 5, the painting is done, tomorrow…I post Day 6. 🙂


“Please Wake Up, Alice.” Day 4

Day4 from Gia Whitlock on Vimeo.

Here is another time-lapse from Friday’s painting session, the title, “Please Wake Up, Alice,” came to me yesterday while I was writing on it. 🙂 And, honestly, I think it’s fabulous! 🙂 Hope you enjoy.

Finished Another one….Slithy Toves 24×24

So, I did this for an assignment. As one of the requirements, I had to put words in it. So, here it is, words in the tree, from none other than, the Cheshire Cat. 🙂 

Have a great day! 




Day 2. Glue Dried and Paint, not quite dry yet. :)

Day 2. Glue Dried and Paint, not quite dry yet. :)

Well, I am not sure where I will go with this one, but it’s feeling almost over at this point. 🙂 I think it looks “totally 80s.” But, then again, I am going to see Depeche Mode in Vegas this Sunday! 🙂 So, I guess it fits my mood.


From Boring to Butterflies – Card Re-do



I had this card ready to go and I couldn’t release it because I thought the imagery needed something. Well, a few months later, and I figured out what it was. I really owe it to my daughter, who got out the sticky butterflies.