NEW PRODUCT – Blinka the CircuitPython Temporary Tattoo

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NEW PRODUCT – Blinka the CircuitPython Temporary Tattoo


From Ötzi the Iceman to Gucci Mane’s ice cone face tat, tattooing has been a cultural practice for thousands of years. Whether it’s in commemoration or self expression, skin art can be a big decision! Here at Adafruit we’re definitely not afraid of permanence, but needles can be pretty scary!

Which is why we love this Blinka the CircuitPython Temporary Tattoo – this safe, non-permanent, easily removable tattoo is vibrant, nicely sized, and looks great on everybody. We slapped one on, and we’re pleased to report the tattoo lasted a week while looking good.

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Application Tips:

  • Make sure your skin is nice and clean, free of oil and makeup
  • Remove the clear protective top sheet.
  • Press tattoo firmly on dry skin with design facing down.
  • Hold a wet cloth against the back of the tattoo. Press down and make sure to wet thoroughly.
  • Wait 30 seconds. Revel in the excitement of having the cutest, friendliest CircuitPython on your arm, leg, whatever. Remove the paper backing.
  • Gently rinse image with water for best effect.

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In stock and shipping now!


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