A growing number of crafters and DIY-ers that have been using my tattoo transfers lately, so I'm trying a few digital downloads as an experiment.
This digital download contains 2 editable 8.5x11" PDFs at 230 dpi, as well as 2 jpegs at 300 dpi. Both the Chest and Arm tattoos are included, with two smaller extras on the chest piece page.
Please note that all images have already been flipped/inverted (so all images will be facing the correct direction AFTER they've been transferred), and a slight gaussian blur has been applied to the whole sheet. This softens the images once they're applied as temporary tattoos, making them look more realistic.
Your purchase and download of this digital listing grants you permission to use this file and the included designs for unlimited PERSONAL use. This flash sheet may not be sold or redistributed, in whole or in part, for profit. Do not use these designs to create merchandise.
If you would like to purchase a commercial license for this or any other of our downloadable designs, please purchase the "Single Design Commercial License" listing in the Digital Download section of the shop.
Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
Just contact me within: 5 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
I am currently swamped with filling regular orders, and cannot accommodate requests for large, detailed pieces. (Chest pieces, sleeves, intricate tattoos, etc.)
However, simple graphic or text-based designs are possible! Message me if you're interested.
Check your tattoo for bubbles that may have formed during shipping.
If any are present, press them out.
Pick a location. Shave first.
Wash and dry your hands and skin.
Remove the plastic backing slowly from your tattoo.
Don’t touch the adhesive. Take your time.
Line up your tattoo (carefully!) and press it firmly against your skin.
Wet a washcloth and press firmly in the center of the tattoo, working
When the paper is fully saturated, lift a corner of the paper and roll it back against the design.
Let it dry for a few moments.
Moisturize with oil-free lotion.
Apply translucent cosmetic powder lightly with a soft brush or puff to your tattoo. This will help matte out the design and add realism.
Buy a backup. At worst you have to remove an "oops" and try again. At best, you have a spare for a later date!
Don’t rush application!
Designs last longest on shins and inside forearms.
They do not last long on hands, fingers, shoulders or necks.
Don't use baby powder if you don't want chalky ink.
Anti-chafing powder gel is awesome.
Straps and sweat are your tattoos' worst enemies.
Profuse sweat has nowhere to go.If this happens, you can CAREFULLY
perforate the tattoo, and/or wick the moisture out by hand.
The tattoos are water-resistant, but avoid exposure to heat and moisture.
Tan lines can happen.
Washing daily with mild soap before powdering is recommended.
Always let your tattoo air dry.
Soak in a luxurious warm bath for a while and then
use one of the following:
1) A high-percentage Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol and cotton balls.
2) Coconut Oil. Apply generously, wait 5 minutes, and rub gently.
3) Baby Oil. Apply generously, wait 5 minutes, and rub gently.
4) Medical adhesive remover can be purchased at some drug stores and online. It works quickly and gently.
I consider this request a highest compliment!
After purchase, Seventh Skin prints and temporary tattoos may ABSOLUTELY be taken to a tattoo artist if you would like to have a design inked permanently.
Please send me photos of the finished piece so I may brag about it forever.
Do not leave my artwork with the artist to tattoo on other clients, please.
All original artwork by Britt Gorman is not to be copied, sold, or distributed.
The adhesive manufacturer advises that you not use this product
if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
For external use only. Do not apply near the eyes, mouth, or sensitive areas.
The adhesive material on these tattoos has been tested by the manufacturer to be medical grade, latex-free, and hypoallergenic, however, use at your own risk.
The ink is non-toxic on the skin, but toxic if ingested. The ink is not PPD-free.
Seventh Skin highly recommends that you first use the small sample tattoo in your order to test for any adverse skin conditions. If any redness or discomfort occurs, remove immediately. Call your doctor if necessary.
No skin complaints have yet been reported to us, but please contact us if any occur.