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Silhouette Temporary Tattoo Paper

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  • Compatible with all silhouette electronic cutting tools

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0043WJ3OA
  • Item model number: MEDIA-TATTOO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Print designs onto this unique paper with an inkjet printer. Then, with the included adhesive, use the Silhouette’s print and cut feature to cut around each printed design. Silhouette temporary tattoos apply easily with water, generally last a day or two, and can be removed with a washcloth and warm water.


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Customer Reviews

When I went to take a shower, it didn't just "come off with a wash cloth" as it claims.
K. Cochrane
It's easy to print the tattoos you've laid out on paper, and not too challenging to get the adhesive page to lay flat on the tattoo page.
Emily S. Whitten
So easy to replicate fake Halloween tattoos= this would be a great party trick for a kids birthday!
Melanie R. Sizemore

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

57 of 57 people found the following review helpful By back scratcher lover on September 10, 2011
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I bought this paper unsure of what I would be getting. It was pricey, and it only comes with two sheets so I was a bit of a skeptic. But it works perfectly! First, I make a document on my computer with all the images I wanted, then flipped the whole thing. I printed it out on the paper and applied the adhesive sheet (not as difficult as you would think, just stick the little strip at the end down first and peel the rest out from under; if you order it you'll know what I mean). Then I rubbed the adhesive with a wooden block so it would stick to the paper. Next I cut out whatever tattoo I wanted at the time and applied it like you would any other temporary tattoo! It worked exactly as it should! One myth I found was that you don't need all the software they say you do! I ignored anything in the instructions that had to do with the software and did it my own way and it worked. They do wash off easily, but it says right on the package that it will wash off after 1 day. Overall, great product!
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60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Thisisawesome on December 13, 2010
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It was as easy as 123.
Had it on my wrist for a day with no ill effects.
Layers are from top to bottom protecting layer,ink,adhesive.
Taking a shower completely removed it but had to scrub a bit to remove the adhesive(don't freak out when the ink/protection layer comes off it will have a blue adhesive on your skin), would have rated it 5 stars if it would have lasted longer.

don't forget to flip the image.
Aligning the adhesive to the printer paper was kinda hard, you only have one chance to get it right.
It's expensive two sheets for ten bucks.
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59 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Chuck Crane on October 6, 2011
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I bought this to make tattoos for my grandson, and it performs admirably. I applied one to my upper arm and it lasted three days (yes, I shower daily), and probably would have lasted longer if I hadn't intentionally removed it (just rub with a wet washcloth to remove).

The instructions are a little confusing, however. The confusion arises because the manufacturer assumes that you will be using its "Silhouette SD Digital Craft Cutting Tool (QuicKutz)" [...] to cut out the tattoos, and for that to work, you would need to use their software to print the images with the registration marks the Quickcutz machine requires to detect where to cut. If you want to buy the Quickcutz go ahead -- it looks like a neat product -- but I didn't and it is certainly not necessary unless you plan on going into the commercial removable tattoo business.

So, all you really need to do...

1. You can use whatever image editing software you like. Just create a page of images, flip horizontal to produce a mirror image, and print using your inkjet printer's photo paper setting.

2. As described in the instructions, remove the backing from the the clear plastic adhesive sheet, carefully apply to the printed page (avoid bubbles), and rub with a smooth object (piece of wood for example) to ensure the adhesive sticks to the printed page.

3. Cut out the tattoos with scissors or Exacto knife, leaving as little margin as possible. To apply, remove the clear plastic and discard (the adhesive that was on the clear plastic will have transferred to the paper, and absorbed the ink), press firmly into place, cover with a wet cloth for ten or twenty seconds, and remove the paper. The adhesive and ink will have bonded to your skin, and you will have a tattoo that can be distinguished from a real one only on very close inspection.
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Gumball on December 9, 2012
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In a nutshell: my friend wants to get matching tattoos and I am, well.....let's put it this way....I faint at the sight of needles. (Yeah, I'm a pansy...) :D
With her birthday coming up, I thought it'd be funny to print out the tattoo instead and give it to her. (if you care, she just about died laughing when I gave it to her! LOL)

The product itself is GREAT!
If you know how to print a document from your computer, you know how to use this.
When using, you just have to do these easy steps:
1. Get the image/text you want to use and mirror it. (<--that last one is MUCHO importante!) :D
2. Print it on the white sheet. (Now, I did a test print on a regular piece of paper-not a bad idea to do cause I wanted it a bit bigger.)
3. Peel the clear sheet away from the green sheet and lay it on top of your newly printed (mirrored, RIGHT?!) image/text and rub it onto the
image/text. (I used the handle of the scissors I was going to be using - grab anything from a credit card to your TV remote.)
4. Cut out the tattoo how you want it. Annnnnnnnddddd....DONE!
5. To apply: it's just like the ones we all put on as kids. Peel the top clear layer off, put the tattoo upside down on someones skin (make sure you
know the person first, cause that'd be weird....) and put a damp rag/paper towel on the white paper (that is now sticking up) and it should slide
right off the tattoo. PRESTO!

Personally, the end result is fantastic! Just like you would buy at the store.
It's not meant to last forever......I think...I THINK....that's what "temporary" means.... ;P

Stop thinking about this and buy it!
Use it to freak out your parents! Have some fun with it! (Just......don't do a Mike Tyson type with it....that's....that's just bad......)
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