NEW Gold or Silver Laserjet Printable Temporary Tattoo Paper – make your own tattoos – Cosplay | A4
• Design your own Gold or Silver Temporary Tattoos that are safe for use on skin • Print your Tattoo using a Laser printer and apply in a matter of minutes • Will last for days, to remove early just scrub with hot soapy water • Not just for skin - decal plastics, soaps, wax and even sealed wood • Adhesives may cause skin sensitivity - always perform a patch test
You will need; Laserjet printer, Laminator, Glue stick, Ruler, Scissors (or Craft Knife), Water and issues (or a Cloth)
Tattoo yourself with no pain and the added bonus of being able to scrub it off with hot soapy water. These decal papers enable you to use your laser printer to print Metallic tattoos! They take minutes to make and, if left un-scrubbed, will last for days. Brilliant for kids and teenagers who want to experiment, or for trying out a design before having it tattooed for real.
Tattoo papers aren't just for skin, and can be used to create dramatic decal effects on other surfaces such as plastics, soap, wax and sealed wood! Our Metallic Tattoo's are made up of 4 sheets: a Blue Decal sheet, Metallic Film, a Tattoo transfer sheet and an adhesive film. The process is quick and easy.
Adhesives may cause skin sensitivity so we recommend you perform a patch test: by cutting a small section from the corner of both sheets and following the instructions to create the tattoo. Do not print on the patch test, leaving the tattoo paper blank will allow you to watch for signs of skin sensitivity. Select an inconspicuous area of skin and apply the tattoo paper. Check the tattoo periodically over a period of 12 hours and if redness or irritation occurs, use soap and warm water to gently remove the tattoo paper from the skin. If your skin shows signs of sensitivity during the patch test, we do not recommend that you use this product.
As with all our decal papers, these tattoo sheets are extremely cost effective because as long as the leading edges are cut at right angles you can put them through the printer time after time - thus using every square inch! Or just print several designs per sheet and cut them out before applying them.