Temporary Tattoo Paper?

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You can purchase tattoo paper to create your own personal temporary removable tattoos. The tattoo paper can be used with a laser or an ink jet printer. The tattoos can be made to your specific design and then transferred onto the paper using your computer and printer. The paper is water slide temporary tattoo paper and comes in different sizes and amounts. The price for this type of paper will vary by company and amounts that you purchase.
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1. Gather the things you will need. Ad. 2. Look through the news papers and magazines until you find a picture you want. 3. Cut the picture out of the magazine or news paper. 4. Put
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