Make Your Own Temporary Tattoos From Your Printer

Posted: Apr 4 2008, 10:55am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:11am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 

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Lots of people probably like the idea of a tattoo but don’t want to have something permanent on their body they may not want when they get older. This and kids wanting to be tatted up are the main reasons temporary tattoos are popular.

A UK company called Crafty Computer Paper has some paper that allows you to make your own temp tattoos in your home using your computer and an inkjet printer. The tattoos are said to last a week if you don’t scrub them off and come off easily with soap and water when you tire of them.

The sheets of paper are self adhesive and come in A4 size. If body art isn’t your thing you can also use the pages to apply art to plastic, soap, wax, and sealed wood. The sheets are about $5 per page.

Via Crafty Computer Paper.

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