I am totally enjoying burying my angst with these back to school projects. Denial in the form of creativity. I like it.
So, my next "denial" project is these personalized erasers - how cute are these? And would you believe I used Silhouette's Temporary Tattoo Paper to do them?The What
Step 1: Create your text/names and then mirror them (I typed mine, added a frame and then mirrored right)
Step 2: I didn't do the Print and Cut, but printed the text onto the glossy side of the tattoo paper (there are little pink marks on the non-printable side) Step 3: Wait about 10-15 minutes for the ink to dry, then apply the adhesive sheet onto the top of the tattoo paper (ink side up), using your scraper to smooth it out Step 4: Cut very closely around the text, then peel away the clear adhesive layer
Step 5: Use the wet cloth/towel to apply the tattoo to the eraser, patting it until the paper can easily slide off Reference: Video Tutorial - Temporary Tattoo 102 What other uses can you use this glorious medium on?
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