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I am a rather enthusiastic consumer of G2 Premium gel pens so when the opportunity came up to shop for them and then create a fun tutorial I was like, “ME, ME, ME! Pick ME because I want to make temporary gel pen tattoos!” Well, guess who got picked? ME, ME, ME!
I hustled my enthusiastic self on over to Target to get me some packages of the Pilot G2 pens marked with G2 Overachievers Club, which I’m about to explain to you.
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If you’ve used Pilot G2 pens before, you know about their smooth writing and comfortable grip, which is why Pilot G2 is the #1 selling gel ink brand in America. I love the feeling of a pen that glides smoothly across the paper as you write, don’t you?
They come in four point sizes, 15 vibrant colors and multiple collection options: G2 Premium, G2 Target Fashion Collection and G2 Metallics. Plus, Pilot G2 has been proven to write longer than all other gel brands. It’s no surprise that Pilot G2 is America’s Go-2 gel ink pen.
The vibrant colors are what inspired me to make temporary gel pen tattoos with them. It’s a fun activity to do with kids, as a party activity or even to try out a possible tattoo idea.
DIY Temporary Gel Pen Tattoos
- Tracing paper
- G2 Premium, G2 Target Fashion Collection, G2 Metallics gel pens of your choice
- A damp cloth or paper towel
Use your Pilot G2 pens to draw tattoos on the tracing paper. Be generous with the amount of ink you use. If you are going to use lettering, make sure that you’ve reversed it so that it reads the right way when you apply it to skin. Do that by writing it the right way on one side of the tracing paper and then flipping the paper over and going over the now backwards letters with the Pilot G2 pens. Also, keep in mind that brighter colors seem to transfer better than black.
When your design is ready, cut it out and place it ink-side down on skin. Then cover it with a warm damp cloth or paper towel. Press down and hold it in place for two to three minutes. The less you move, the less it will smudge.
Carefully remove the damp cloth or paper towel and slowly peel off the tracing paper. You can dip a cotton swab in alcohol and use it to clean up any smudges edges.
Now, enjoy the fruits of your labor.
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