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Girl Power Decals

  • 45 Minutes
  • Intermediate
Design one-of-a-kind Girl Power decals to use in a book or notebook. Why stop there? Extend the fun and use these decals to create magnets for your locker, a backpack pin, or add them to the cover of a notebook or pocket folder. Discover creative ways to express yourself. Use eye-catching colors and test new techniques with your 3Doodler 3D Pen!
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1 Get your supplies!

Find a clean work area and get your 3Doodler 3D pen, plastic filament, free stencil, and DoodlePad.

2 Trace the decal outline and letters.

Begin by tracing the outline of the decal. Next trace the letters on the inside of the decal.

3 Fill in the decal.

Now fill in the area around the letters inside the decal. As you fill it in, go slowly and make it slightly thicker than the letters you traced in the first step.

4 Trace the letters.

Using a contrasting color and change the plastic filament in the 3D pen. In this example, we used white and black. Trace the letters with the new color to ensure the decal is legible.

5 Create the paper clip.

Trace the paper clip shape on the stencil.

6 Attach the paperclip.

Add a small amount of plastic to the back of the paperclip and attach it to the back of the decal. Add another small amount of plastic to the paperclip to ensure it adheres to the decal.

7 Test it out!

The decal is finished. Test it out on a piece of paper or a notebook. Create the rest of the decals and consider new ways to use them — as magnets, bookmarks, backpack pins, or on a keychain!

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