Over 200 Tribal Tatoo Patterns available through a digital download. Can be used for embroidery and silkscreening

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I love the clean lines of tribal tattoos, even though I don't actually have a tattoo on my body. Instead, what I like to do with them is to load the patterns into my embroidery machine and sew them on to clothes, bags, and wallets. I also use them for screenprinting.

Recently, I purchased this wonderful collection of over 200 tattoo patterns, and it offers master resell rights. That's right. You can actually resell these patterns as often as you wish. I'm passing the rights onto you with your purchase. You will receive the license.

The patterns arrive in a PDF format and all you need to do is hover over the image, right click and save-as to your computer. If you are using it for a tattoo artist, just print it out and hand it over.


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Please pay within 5 business days of your choice to ensure that you receive the item that you want. You may cancel your order on the same day, since I post items within one business day. I accept all forms of payment via Paypal.

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I am happy to refund your money on purchases lost or damaged in the mail. These items are delicate so if you have a baby or toddler that likes to tug and pull, please let me know and I will see if I can create a more durable necklace for you using multiple crimp beads. I have a toddler of my own and pretest many of my necklaces before I ship them out.

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It takes at least 3 hours to source supplies, design and build necklaces, photograph and upload the photos and post on this website. For earrings, it takes at least an hour for the same process. With this in mind, you can realise the value of purchasing a one of a kind, handmade necklace or earrings. These are not your average necklaces that you would find in a mass produced $10 jewelry shop.

For the gemstones, I purchase them from gem and jewelry shows and lapidary clubs.