Below are instructions for how to create your own temporary tattoos with a Silhouette machine and without a Silhouette Machine.
My Silhouette Challenge friends and I are all sharing projects on our blogs today, so check out the projects below for more inspiration! For the cookie party this year, I wanted to make some goodie bags, with non-edible treats for the kids to take home. Proud to present, We are glad to partner with ravenink who is a tattoo artist that has illustrated over 1000+ tattoo designs.
You can download and obtain this captivating wallpaper that we served by click the download button below to get our high definition versions. They are both currently obsessed with temporary tattoos so I decided to try making my own DIY temporary tattoos.
Use the image creating software of your choice to create the graphics for your temporary tattoos on an 8.5 x 11 inch document (or use the free file above).
Flip the images horizontally so they are mirrored from how the final temporary tattoo will look.
Turn on registration marks by going to the Registration Marks window and select Show Reg Marks at the top of the window. Next, you have to flip your images horizontally so that they are the mirrored images of the final images that you want. Load the inkjet printer so it will print on the glossy side of the white temporary tattoo paper. Carefully pull back the green backing a little bit at a time and smooth the adhesive sheet as you go.
If not using the Silhouette, use scissors to cut out the temporary tattoos with a thin border around each image. The collage is clickable so click on any project you want to see and you will be taken there. If you make a purchase through one of those links, I receive a small commission at no cost to you. I have been wanting to try out this Silhouette Tattoo paper for awhile now, and this was the perfect occasion.
Cut as much white space off as possible - the way these printable tattoo sheets work, the white space is a tattoo as well. Please note that that since I made these temporary tattoos for my kids, they are sized smaller for kids. Line up the exposed adhesive with the corner of the printed temporary tattoo paper and smooth it down. The kids will have some tattoos for their bodies and us ladies can have some to decorate our faces. Tip: The tattoo paper is expensive so before I use the cut feature on it, I printed the design out on regular paper first.
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