How to make transparent YouTube pasters/stickers

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You can make your own pasters with only a printer, a paper and some scotch tape.
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Step 1: Materials and tools

  • paper ( plain )
  • scotch tape

  • Printer ( I use HP Laserjet 3055 )
  • paper knife

Step 2: Print it

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Print them in a line on a paper.
you can download the YouTube logo here:

Step 3: Pasting and cutting

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Paste a piece of scotch tape on the paper and cut it down.

Step 4: Soaking and rubbing

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soak it for a while, and it will be curly
rub the paper under the scotch tape out with hands. The ink powder will attach under the scotch tape.

Step 5: Airing

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After rubing all paper under the tape, scoop them out and hang it or paste their back on a clean surface

Step 6: Finishing

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when it's dry, cut them down and paste!

sorry for my poor English...
pzh7775 years ago
what do you soak it in? Water?
TheeJeh5 years ago
What are we supposed to use to stick them?
idogampd525 years ago
This is awesome!!!! I tried it and it actually worked!! I'm going to stick it on my laptop lol
juicyjay5 years ago
WTF? Why would you do this? Do you work for them? Why not make something original instead? What a waste.
other logo and pages of 27 and 48 logos
27 logos.pdf(612x792) 70 KB
48 logos.pdf(612x792) 106 KB
lemonie6 years ago
If it works, it must be good. You really want to be sticking these in the top left hand corners of TV don't you? L
Another option is to buy clear label paper from an office supply store and cut them out.
Would it be possible to print right onto the tape? I know you can print onto tissue paper, by either gluing or taping it onto printer paper.
urill (author)  Houdinipeter6 years ago
laser printing may melts the tape. but i have never been tried.
hg341 urill6 years ago
it could rub off
urill (author) 6 years ago
It's my first instructable! I hope you can read my poor English.