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Tamagotchi P's Faceplate Template

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Hello, Tama Fans! Just wanted to know if anyone knows where I can find a blank template for tamagotchi p's faceplate so I could personalize it and print it out in picture paper to personalize my P's!

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While I might have seen some templates, I don't think I can find them for you now. However, there's some options for you to try:

1. Take out the P's faceplate and scan it with a piece of plain white paper on top of it. The scan should be more or less accurate when it comes to size once you print out your ready template

2. Just make a looping pattern of sorts on paper and then trace the faceplate on it before cutting it out (or even use scrapbook paper and stuff for it). It won't be ideal but it works.

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While I might have seen some templates, I don't think I can find them for you now. However, there's some options for you to try:

1. Take out the P's faceplate and scan it with a piece of plain white paper on top of it. The scan should be more or less accurate when it comes to size once you print out your ready template

2. Just make a looping pattern of sorts on paper and then trace the faceplate on it before cutting it out (or even use scrapbook paper and stuff for it). It won't be ideal but it works.

 

Sounds like a good idea. I'll give it a try.

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