The weather is changing around here and I just can't help but love the fall colors! When I saw this fun fall bouquet, I just knew what I wanted to do with it! Make a temporary tattoo!
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To created this beautiful digital bouquet to make this lovely design. It is so pretty it looks pretty enough to just print and frame! You can make your own fall floral tattoos too!
Free Download - Silhouette Studio File or PDF
Silhouette Cameo 3 (optional)
Silhouette Temporary Tattoo Paper
1. If you are using your Silhouette to print and cut this design, use the Silouhette Studio program to resize and duplicate the flower bouquet to print several on a page in the size you would like. I created this file to already be flipped, but if you like the direction this tattoo is going, make sure to flip the image in the program.
2. If you do not have a Cameo, you can easily make these too! Print this design with your color printer on the tattoo paper according to package directions. If you want to change the size, change the printing percentage to the size you would like. Then, use scissors to cut the design out.
3. Apply the tattoo to your skin according to package directions.
The tattoo only lasts a couple of days, so you might want to make a few at a time to have on hand.
Be inspired by the colors of fall!