Temporary Tattoos

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Firefly Books, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Removable tattoos are great fun for parties and at holiday time. They are popular because they are clean and safe and -- best of all -- can be easily removed without any damage to the skin. Whatever your mood -- elegant or funky, whimsical or traditional -- these colorful tattoos are a wonderful way to express yourself.

The tattoos in this book all use carefully tested materials to create colorful and distinctive images. Kids can tattoo themselves or each other. Each technique is discussed in detail and carefully illustrated, making it possible for even a beginner to follow.

Temporary Tattoos includes comprehensive skin-care advice as well as make-up and design information for different skin types.

In a series of colorful and inviting double-page spreads, you'll find:

  • sixty different tattoo designs on a variety of themes: nature, signs and symbols, calligraphy, international motifs and Halloween
  • three main techniques -- brush, stamp and stencil -- each with clear directions
  • attractive patterns that are easy to trace
  • detailed photographs to help you create your tattoos step-by-step

Since the dawn of civilization, the idea of body decoration has stimulated the imagination and given rise to many different designs. Temporary Tattoos will appeal to anyone aged 10 to 30. Here is an ideal way to complete your outfit for a big night on the town or just to express the way you feel and who you are. Best of all, they are safe and you can easily change them as the occasion or your mood changes.

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Contents

Making a Stamp
9
International
12
Halloween
48
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by Erick Aveline and Joyce Chargueraud

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