These DIY Pride temporary tattoos are a festive and fabulous way to celebrate Pride Month at a parade, small gathering, or even at home. Filled with painted rainbows, inclusive flags, and even a rainbow-horned narwhal, these temporary tattoos can be printed at home.
Save the Pride temporary tattoo sheet to your device using the button later in the post. You can make as many as you need and never run out of tattoos. Share your Pride far and wide by embellishing your arms, legs, and face in spectacular style with DIY rainbow tattoos. Have extra tattoos? Use them to decorate Pride Painted Rocks!
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To make Pride temporary tattoos:
You will need a home printer and printable tattoo paper to print the designs, a hard edge to apply the adhesive, and scissors to cut out the images for application. Depending on the type of printer and the brand of tattoo paper, your printed sheet may need some drying time before using, so make sure to plan ahead a bit. I’ve created a tutorial specifically for how to print and use DIY tattoo paper.
*note: Tattoo images must be printed in reverse or mirror image to be applied properly. See link below.
More Projects to Make Using Pride Images:
Print the rainbow images without mirror imaging to create more Pride crafts. Try these ideas:
- Print images onto sticker paper to make Pride stickers for notebooks or laptops.
- Print onto shrink plastic to make jewelry charms.
- Reduce the size for printing to make planner stickers for Pride Month.
- Use waterslide decal paper to make mugs, tumblers, or candles.
Download Pride Tattoo Images
Enjoy making and wearing your temporary tattoos for Pride!
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