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Silhouette America Temp Tattoo Paper, 8.5x11 Inches, Basic
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- Country Of Origin: China
- Model Number: MEDIA-TATTOO
- Item Package Dimensions: 11.0" L x 8.0" W x 0.1" H
- Item Package Weight: 0.1 lb
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Make your own temporary tattoos from your favorite print & cut designs. Contains two 8 1/2" x 11" sheets of printable tattoo paper. Print your favorite designs from the Silhouette Online Store on this unique paper with your home 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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Here are my tips:
1) When applying the glue paper onto your printed image, be VERY careful. If possible, recruit another person to help you. I have used 5 sheets of this product so far and only 2 of the times I did an OK job applying the glue paper. More likely that there will be a fold or a large bubble. I haven't actually figured out how to apply it reliably in a correct manner. However, minor accidents are OK. It is very forgiving in that aspect. Just rub the glue paper gently and try to move the fold or bubble out. If the bubble or fold doesn't go out, that is still OK.
2) After applying the glue paper, wait a day. The "curing" really helps the glue transfer from plastic sheet to the printed paper. It will still work if you don't let it sit, but removal of the plastic sheet is bit harder and you keep wondering if you should have waited.
3) Cut the tattoo to make sure that the tattoo paper is smaller than the surface you are applying to. For example, if you are going to transfer the image onto a piece of wood, make sure that the tattoo paper is cut so that it is within the bounds of the wood piece. If you don't do this, there will be extra glue/tattoo that will hang outside the edges of your surface and that won't look good.
4) If you apply the tattoo on other material, I recommend that you apply a layer of Mod Podge Waterbase Sealer, Glue and Finish (16-Ounce), CS11302 Matte Finish to protect the tattooed surface.
5) Remember to flip the image before printing if there is text involved or if the orientation of the image is important. Transfer process makes the mirror image of what is printed.
Enjoy your project!
The adhesive is really hard to put on straight, but overall, these are easy enough to use. I use a 10-year-old Epson Stylus R280 inkjet printer, and the images come out nicely. For the price, and that there's only two sheets, ALWAYS DO A TEST PRINT AND CUT. Or three. They adhere nicely, but being that it's only inkjet ink, the finished results will melt off easily if you rub them while wet.
The photos I've added are of my son's second set, since the first ones washed off in the bath and he seriously cried about it for an hour. These have been on for a day and a half, and yes, he did wash his hands. I just made sure to pat his hands dry to avoid messing up the images. If you have any adhesive overhang, though, it will collect dirt (see that halo around Pluto? yeah... you might want to cut closer than I did).
Tips: 1) print on glossy photo setting
2) rub out as much of the air bubbles as possible, and even if you can't get one to go away try to move it around to fully distribute the adhesive
3) clean & dry skin well, apply with a good bit of dampness, and then blot with moist cloth afterwatds to help set
4) rewetting them a bit after I first applied the tattoos when they got a bit peel-y worked great
Extra info: 8.5x11in paper, laserjet printer worked fine