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Making a Stencil
Making Stencil Using C6 Stencil Paper:
1. Take out Interleaf sheet protector. This is the loose sheet protecting the carbon. (looks like onion skin)
2. You will need a pen or pencil
3. Use firm pressure to copy your drawing on the top (white) of the Spirit Master sheet.
4. Cut out stencil. Stencil will be on the inside of the top white sheet.
Preparing the Skin:
1. Apply your green soap solution to the area to be tattooed. Lightly scrub the skin removing the soap with a paper towel.
2. Apply green soap solution to shave the skin smooth with a safety razor, preparing for the stencil transfer to the skin.
3. Apply Stencil Magic to the skin for the transfer of the tattoo stencil. Now apply the transfer paper onto the skin.
4. Allow time for the stencil to dry and then rub a very thin coat of Vaseline or A&D ointment on the area and you are ready to get started.
5. During the tattoo work from the bottom of the stencil to the top. This will help avoid wiping the stencil away when cleaning the skin.
Use "Tattoo Magic Lotion", it is enriched with Vitamin E and Aloe to help promote quicker healing of tattoos.