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Here is a quick and cheap way to print anything on your skin. This can be used if you ever need to make or fake a tattoo or a party stamp.
Items needed : 1. A piece of paper 2. Tape 3. An inkjet printer
Cover the area you want to print on with tape.
Print the text or image on the taped side of the paper using your inkjet printer. Don't forget to flip any text horizontally before so that it's still...
Place your skin on the paper (or the other way around) and press gently. Do it once without shaking
For better results keep the images small with high contrast and not too many details. Depending on the print quality (the better quality the more ink...
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If you spray it with hair spray, it will last longer.
Does this work with a LaserJet printer?
;-; No wonder when i tried it didn't work. If I bought tattoo paper would it work? (The kind where you put in a printer and it comes out as a tattoo)
I don't know about tattoo paper. Regular paper covered with tape works well with inkjet printers. My guess is that it won't be possible at all with a laser printer :(
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I'm going to try this, but with parchment paper instead. Also, by rights a transparency sheet (think overhead projector) should work as well. I don't have any of those on hand so I won't be able to test that theory.
I Love This! it was so easy! It just takes a little bit of practice. Also, if you want it to stay on longer, put baby powder and then hair spray, which will make it last for about a month.
I Love This! Its easy and it works but it definatly takes a little bit of practice.
Does it work with a laser printer, too?
Aw :( I only have a laser printer but seems like a really cool idea! If you know of anything I could do to transfer images with a laser printer it would be nice to know :)
Awsome!!! but the first time i printed out i forgot to flip it vertically...
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