Jeanne’s work is intricate, beautiful, and positive. I bought a piece that I will enjoy in my office before I give it to my niece for her birthday- or at least that’s the plan, maybe I’ll give my niece dishtowels for her birthday and keep Jeanne’s artwork for myself.
I finally got around to creating a layout for printing temporary tattoos. At ten sheets of paper for $20, it’s probably not something I’ll do very often. They turned out all right. The temporary tattoos seem a lot more like decals than I expected. There’s a heavy plastic shiny thing on my arm that can be peeled right off again. There must be more than one kind of tattoo paper out there. I don’t see anyone really wanting even a small temporary tattoo of one of my designs because it just looks like a peel-off decal, not very classy. But I’m happy that I figured out how to make it workand now I can move on.
One of the amusing things about the Create My Tattoo website is that people put up money for tattoo design contests. I get emails twice a week with lists of what people are looking…
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