Child Safety Temporary Tattoos turned out, my girls were relatively unimpressed. Natalie wanted something a little more "fancy," so I agreed to come up with something more to her liking.
Like I said on Tuesday, the beauty of Silhouette's temporary tattoo paper is that you don't have to own a Silhouette machine or software to make your own tattoo creations.
I did a quick search on Google for a cute Tinkerbell image, saved it, and printed out a sheet of the images right onto the Temporary Tattoo Paper. It only takes a minute to smooth the green adhesive paper on with a pot scraper and cut the images out.
When I was finished, I had a nice little pile of Tinkerbell tattoos...ready to go up to the party closet for Natalie's (December) birthday party. (Tip: I hit Target's Dollar Spot throughout the year to find inexpensive party favors so I don't have to fork over $$$ when the birthdays roll around)
Of course, I couldn't get away with stowing all of the tattoos. I had two product testers who were more than willing to try them out for me:
Have you been itching to buy your Silhouette SD? You can details on an awesome June Silhouette Promo here on my blog...plus 25% off your purchase (aside from download codes and gift cards) when you use my SERENITY code.
I hope you'll come back tomorrow to link up YOUR best post of the week to Weekend Bloggy Reading. Recipes, crafts, home decor, book reviews, funny stories, you name it. Come prepared to showcase your blog and find some great weekend reads.
3 hours ago