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Donation Kit

The world might be ending! So…we have created a Donation kit for those angels among us whom¬†are trying to do something good to slow the apocalypse – “one more generation!” ūüėČ

If you or your organization is holding a fundraising event and would like to make donation money off of a Free kit that you can use for a door prize, raffle or auction, click below. Value: $46.00.

Click here to read more and fill out the form. It will take you 1-5 minutes. ūüėČ

By | 2017-05-23T10:53:46+00:00 May 15th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Donation Kit

How do I use different tattoo needle sizes?

When it comes to tattoo needles – there are a lot to choose from! Each needle allows for getting the ink into the skin in a different way with various tattoo effects. In this post, we explore what the sizes mean and also the different ways each needle works on your skin. Keep in mind that this is an ever evolving and highly subjective topic. Tattoo artists use different needles based on their preference and style. Stick and Poke tattoos were historically done with needle and thread. Now we just use tattoo needles ūüėČ

Our new PRACTICE KIT includes an instructional poster that graphically explains some of this really nicely. Here is some more info:


Tattoo Needles Explained Easy

tattoo needle tattoo needle

Needle Types, General

RL = Round Liner – ¬†for lining and […]

By | 2017-02-16T22:26:44+00:00 February 16th, 2017|stick and poke, Tattoo, tattoo needles|Comments Off on How do I use different tattoo needle sizes?

Questions and Answers about DIY tattoos

Earnest Questions with Earnest Answers…

Alex writes…

Hello!¬† I did some stick and pokes about 4 years ago with an India ink which I can’t remember the brand name of and a sewing needle.¬† They’re both about 2 inches circular (a sun and a moon) on my ankle.¬† Now back then there was little information about what inks to use, what needles were appropriate and how to sanitize needles; luckily I did not ever get an infection and the tattoos both came out pretty dark and faded a pretty blue-ish color.
Now what I’m wondering about is toxicity of India ink and chrome from needles, and how long it would take for effects to be considered benign or if there could be long term effects from some of those compounds.
I’m not sure that you all would have any information on this but figured I’d ask.¬† I would assume that if there was some […]

By | 2017-02-15T10:04:01+00:00 December 21st, 2016|stick and poke, Tattoo|Comments Off on Questions and Answers about DIY tattoos

Practice Skin in Expert Kits

Practice Skin is now included in Expert Kits!

It is vegan friendly fake skin that allows you to practice using the stencil, the inks, the wipes and the needles! It is one way that professionals learn to tattoo.

With it,¬†you can…

  • practice¬†home tattooing techniques on fake skin!

  • really do¬†that one¬†tattoo before you DO IT – do it.

  • practice stenciling¬†& wiping¬†on fake skin.

  • showcase your tattoo work on real practice skin!

‚Ėľ ¬† ‚Ėľ ¬† ‚Ėľ ¬† ‚Ėľ ¬† ¬†‚Ėľ ¬† ¬†‚Ėľ

{I’ll see your tag, & I will look up your previous order¬†(just make sure your paypal name or email is on the post¬†somewhere) and i’ll send ya a practice package straight away…}

Thank you in advance!

PRACTICE POKING SAFELY ūüôā

By | 2017-02-15T10:02:29+00:00 December 18th, 2016|stick and poke, Tattoo|Comments Off on Practice Skin in Expert Kits

FAQfortattoobros

FREQUENTLY ASKED (VERY DOUCHELY) QUESTIONS

1. This kit is dumb. Fuck you!

Use your words. I can’t tell what¬†your problem actually is.

2. You’re probably selling to kids!

I work very hard to keep this kit away from those under 18. My payment does not allow funds from a person who is under 18. I market to only over 18 advertising on google, Facebook, Instagram, etc. ¬†If I suspect someone is not 18, I cancel the order. Packaging is plain, there is no fun mascot and there is no candy. I really wanted to put candy, because I like candy and it would be cool to have like a Swedish fish in there, but I don’t want kids to want it for the candy and slyly steal parent’s credit cards and then bribe the mail man in order to get the candy in the kit. This kit, I readily […]

By | 2016-12-21T16:53:21+00:00 November 26th, 2016|stick and poke, Tattoo|Comments Off on FAQfortattoobros

Who we give to and why

Although SnP is not a large company with hella employees, we still try to give some profits to good people.

Here are a few we have given to or currently give to:

Sea Shepards (all ebay orders give 10%) – boats protecting marine wildlife no holds barred.

Phat Beets Produce: Youth Supported Agriculture, The North Oakland Restorative Justice Council

Baton Rouge Legal Defense Fund (to support community members protesting police murders)

Black Lives Matter – an anti-racist movement

Standing Rock¬†Standing Rock Sioux Tribe : No DAPL – Don’t pollute the waterways that give life.

Planned Parenthood – an organization serving men and women in the name of public health

& More….

protest

By | 2016-12-21T16:53:29+00:00 November 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Who we give to and why

Updated Instructional Booklet! Free on our website

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I’ve updated our free 30 page instructional booklet. You can download it here: ¬†Tattoo Book Insert.

There are some important changes including:

  1. Tattoo Instructions:  How to use the stencil paper & Stencil Stuff in the new kits
  2. Blood Borne Pathogens: These are really small.
  3.  Ideas: The suggestion to avoid designs and patterns from a culture different from your own (appropriation)
  4.  Info on the EXPERT KIT (more needles, more inks, oh my!)
  5. How most of our stuff is made locally. Also from recyclable, vegan, compostable, stuff made in the USA. We pay a living wage to all our part-time Independent Contractor Kit Makers.
  6. Pro Tips. Did you know putting ointment on while poking will help keep the area free of ink puddles? Yer welcome. ūüėČ <3

 

 

By | 2016-12-21T16:55:32+00:00 February 12th, 2016|stick and poke, Tattoo|0 Comments

More needle types for more complicated DIY tattoos

We hear that people want to try more needle types in order to create¬†a thicker line and do some other tricks. We are therefore phasing these into our EXPERT KIT. After your initial kit, you can get an Expert kit, which now contains three 7 Round Liners! That is seven little itty bitty needles mushed onto the needle shaft. These little ones hold ink and create a thicker line. (3 Round Liners are 3 little ones, 5 is five and so on…) Enjoy!

image of advanced stick and poke tattoo

Expert Kit // $ 42.00-$63.00

  • 9 needles ( 3 of each: 3RL & 5RL & 7RL)
  • One to five 1/2 oz.(15 mL) professional tattoo inks (color ink above).
  • 2 Packets natural aftercare balm ‚ÄstHustle Butter‚ĄĘ
  • 2 Stencil paper squares & 2 packets StencilStuff‚ĄĘ (vegan)
  • Mini glass ink jar &¬†2 ply poly-paper medical covering

 

By | 2016-12-21T16:55:45+00:00 January 5th, 2016|stick and poke, Tattoo|0 Comments

how to use a stencil

Free poking difficult? Stencil it.

Now in every kit:
-One small packet of StencilStuff – Non-toxic! Vegan!
-One  5.5 x 4 inch piece of Free-draw (not-thermal) Stencil Transfer Paper  РFreehand GREEN paper allows for better visibility on dark skin tones.
These products are made for Professional Tattoo Artists& they are  Vegan friendly, non-toxic and made in the USA!

Order a Kit here

We are glad to FINALLY help all those people out there who can’t free-hand poke a tattoo. Now, you can use this stencil to get an accurate line. At first I didn’t want to include one¬†because of the questionable materials in thermal paper and the goo that holds it in place. After more research and many more tattoos – I realized that these guides¬†are super helpful. ¬†I found some suppliers that are Vegan and non-toxic! Hooray! Enjoy this video and instruction….

Here is how to […]

By | 2016-12-21T16:55:58+00:00 December 9th, 2015|stick and poke, Tattoo|0 Comments