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June 20, 2016


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Jan Hoyt

I love the "semi-permanent" StazOn tats....much better than something that one might (or most certainly would!) regret later!

Ink may be permanent but skin changes over the years and as a Navy nurse I have seen some pretty scary tats that may have started out looking much better!

Now that I know I can do one in StazOn, maybe I too will get a temp tat....love the rose! Now, how to stamp it on my...um, well...never mind!


I like the way you showed all three card projects. Daisies are awesome, a must to try on my next project. Thanks for the heads up on this technique.


I suppose you could you any color of Stazon? I have a whole rainbow!


This is awesome! Does the Staz On last through showering?


We were discussing this the other day at craft club, the majority age was 60, and we all agreed that temporary tatts should be the way forward as we'd seen so many youngsters having them done and then regretting them years later! My late brother in law warned my sons off having any done but the younger one insisted and went off to have chinese symbols on his upper arm..... when I found out I just said "Ah well now when you go to the supermarket I can get you scanned at the check out and see how much you're really worth!" He was not amused and all his friends laughed at him.......... hes had no more!! Silly lad.

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