DIY: Lip Print Paper 3 Ways

Written by on February 5, 2014 in DIY, Lifestyle - 4 Comments
DIY: Lip Print Paper 3 Ways

If you follow us on Pinterest or Instagram, you may know about our slight obsession for all things lip print. And with Valentine’s Day right around the corner, Caitlin decided it was about time we had a little fun with making our own lipstick prints! This DIY is so easy, and once you make the paper you can use it for a ton of different projects. Today we are sharing how to use it as an envelope liner, gift wrap + flower packaging. So grab your favorite shades of pink and red, some paper and get to work!!

Photography: Kate Ann Photography
Styling + DIY: Caitlin Moran of Glitter Guide

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  • Supplies
    White printer paper
    Lipstick in various shades of pink and red
    Makeup remover wipes
    Scanner
    Double sided tape
    Velvet ribbon
    Envelopes

    Lip Print Paper Directions
    1. Apply lipstick to your lips (use a few layers) and gently kiss the paper. Remove lipstick with a makeup wipe between colors and have fun playing around with different color combinations and over lapping on the paper.
    2. Scan your completed lip print paper and then print off several copies in color.

  • Envelope Liner
    1.  Take apart one of the envelopes gently using your fingers or a letter opener to unseal the seams.
    2. Use a piece of scrap paper to trace an outline of the size of the liner. Make sure it comes down far enough to cover the entire opening.
    3. Use this template to cut out the lip print paper.
    4. Use double stick tape or a glue stick to adhere  the liner to the envelope.

    **You can cut the liner a smaller size, allowing the envelope adhesive to still be usable and in-tact. We liked the look of the entire flap being covered in lip prints and sealed the envelope with a heart sticker. 

  • Flower Wrapper
    1. Cut paper into a square shape.
    2. Wrap around flowers to create a cone shape and seal with a piece of double stick tape.

  • Gift Wrap
    1. Cut to size, wrap + tie with ribbon.

  • Erica

    Love this idea!
    xx – Erica
    sweet-endeavors.com

  • Ivana @ Macarons and Pearls

    This is just so adorable, simple and creative! I can’t wait to try my hand (or should I say lips?) on this project over the weekend!

    xx Ivana
    Macarons and Pearls

  • Aga @ Passion shake

    Super pretty! :)

  • http://www.MyBeautifulAdventures.com/ Andi Perullo de Ledesma

    Gorgeous!

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