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The bend it... cut it... heat it... you can even stamp in it... plastic
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>Cut 'funtustic' with sharp scissors or score the surface with a craft knife and break off along the cut line.
>Remember that different sizes of 'funtustic' need different heating times - the bigger the piece, the longer the heating time needs to be.

Place a piece of 'funtustic', about 50 x 60mm (2" x 2.5"), on a piece of aluminium foil.

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1 pack 'funtustic' @ AUD 9.60

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Use only in a well ventilated area

Heat one side of the 'funtustic' piece for about 10 seconds using a good heat tool.

Flip it over and heat it again for about 2 minutes, holding the heat tool close to the piece.

The edges of the 'funtustic' will start to distort as it gets hot. Some heat tools are stronger than others, so you may have to adjust your heating times accordingly. Times illustrated are based on a heat tool with a temperature of 650 degrees F (eg. Milwaukee, Marvy or a domestic paint stripper heat gun). Test on a small piece first. The larger the piece to be stamped into, the more heating it will require.

Firmly push a well inked stamp into the hot 'funtustic'.

Allow the 'funtustic' to cool before you remove your stamp.

Decorate, cut, punch and colour your 'funtustic' image to your satisfaction

One pack contains 2 sheets of 'funtustic', each approximately 125 x 270mm (about 5 x 11 inches) and 1.4mm thick.
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