I had seen other people use shrinky dink film to make all sorts of things, and so I wanted to make these wine charms so the kids could keep their cups straight. I wasn't serving wine, of course, but I found awesomely appropriate goblets at Oriental Trading Company. I used my black cricut pen to draw the skull and crossbones from Life's a Party, at 2.5 in, then went back over it and cut it out. I used the deep cut blade and multi cut 2 and they cut perfectly. The tag is an old sizzix die and I just wrote the names in sharpie. I baked them according to package directions and they came out perfect! The beads and holder came from Oriental Trading and I used frosted instead of clear shrinky dink film from grafix arts, I think.
I don't know why this picture is flipping, but these are the goblets with the charms on them. They were a big hit! The only problem was that the princess goblets came in a pack of 12, half with pink gems and the other half blue and of course all the girls wanted pink.
Thanks for looking, I'll post more party picts soon!