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Creating Original Designs with Hot Jewels Metallic Tattoos

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Hot Jewels metallic temporary tattoos have become my favorite chic way to adorn my body.  I never knew I could enjoy temporary tattoos so much as an adult!  One of the reasons why I love Hot Jewels so much is because you can you can get creative about combining elements and make all kids of designs.  Here is a photo tutorial about how I created a necklace (inspired by a bubble necklace) using Hot Jewels.

Creating original designs with Hot Jewels metallic temporary tattoos

TIP: When you cut designs apart before you apply Hot Jewels, save the excess and use it to create a ring or some other design.

The look I created is from Hot Jewels’ tribal collection (which includes 4 sheets of designs).

Hot Jewels metallic temporary tattoos Tribal Sheets

I don’t think I’ve ever gotten so many compliments on an accessory before.  Such a gorgeous whimsical look that’s perfect for everyday or special occasion looks.

Hot Jewels used to only be available online but I’ve recently seen them at Target stores!  This was taken/seen on the end of a register.

Hot Jewels metallic temporary tattoos at Target stores

Peace. Love. Sparkle.

Creating original designs with Hot Jewels metallic temporary tattoos

To see more information, video and how I’ve been wearing Hot Jewels see my post: Hot Jewels Metallic Temporary Tattoos: How To Wear the Trend.

Have you tried metallic temporary tattoos yet?

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*This post was written as part of the Hot Jewels™ Ambassador Program and is sponsored by Hot Jewels™ Metallic Temporary Tattoos.  All opinions are my own.

Valerie Rowekamp

Valerie Rowekamp

Valerie Rowekamp desires to live a stylish, soulful, charmed life while inspiring you to do the same. She's exceptionally resourceful, creative, passionate, and has been known to bust a move in the aisle of the grocery store.
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