The paper describes a stretchable, microfabricated power generator that will be attached on the skin and will produce energy based on the movements of the human body. The device was fabricated on a polymeric, elastomeric, poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) sheet. It consists of a piezoelectric thin film of ZnO sandwiched between two stretchable gold electrodes. An innovative technique was used for the deposition of ZnO thin film on the gold electrode-coated polymeric substrate at low temperatures below 150C. This is the first attempt to use a uniform film of ZnO, for energy harvesting. The ZnO film had the thickness at the submicron scale and the surface at the centimeter scale. We demonstrated that under a strain of 8% the voltage output from this power generator was equal to 2 V, the power output was equal to 160 W and the corresponding power density was 1.27 mW/cm2. This device has great potential for application in power sensors attached on the human body, such as temperature sensors or wearable electrocardiography systems.