Wildflower Temporary Tattoos


by Alice Draws The Line


I love Alice’s beautiful nature illustrations and I have stocked some of her enamel mugs for a while now. When I saw these lovely wildflower temporary tattoos, I had to have some to wear at festivals this summer. The mix of designs I have chosen are a bramble with a couple of pale pink flowers, a blue cornflower, a purple/ blue sweet pea, clover, a primrose, a red poppy and a forget-me-not. The tattoos are really easy to apply; you cut out the one you fancy, remove the clear top sheet, place it where you want it (picture against your skin) and wet the paper backing, hold in place and then remove. The instructions are on each sheet in small font.

The sheet of designs is A6 in size (approx 9.5 cm x 14 cm). They are non-toxic and can be removed if you rub them with soap and warm water.



Alice is a nature-inspired illustrator based in Shrewsbury and she also runs a forest school. She is normally to be found outside with a sketchbook in her hand. She keeps a ‘drawing a day’ book which I love the idea of. It’s a sketchbook in which she does a sketches something that she sees every day and which has become a visual diary.

I feel like Alice is definitely a kindred spirit. She loves being outside, specifically in woods and she loves sketching the seasons, taking note of the different flora and fauna as the year goes by. From her initial drawings, she has created a range of beautiful woodland and nature designs on mugs, tea towels, cards, temporary tattoos and much more.