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Safety Tat Giveaway!

Safety Tat generously gave me a pack of six "Quick Stick Write On" tattoos that I am planning on bringing on our upcoming vacation and using when we are visiting busy and crowded places like Chocolate World and DC and of course, Busch Gardens.

In the {hopefully very unlikely} event that one of the kids gets separated from us, they would know how to find us.

The tattoos are a skin safe peel and stick tattoo. There is a special pen {provided} that you use to write down emergency information such as allergies or a parents phone number.

The tattoos will last up to TWO weeks, but can be removed whenever the parent decides.

I love this idea and actually think it's a brilliant idea not just for the idea of emergency information when getting lost, but also the idea of noting allergies. We have visited some new churches over the summer and one of the harder parts about being able to leave E in the nursery {along with her separation anxiety} is communicating what she can and can't have for snack or what is accessible to her in the room. You have no idea how many sippy cups of milk are there for other children that E is attracted to. I love the idea of being able to slap a tattoo on her arm as a constant reminder to those taking care of her for the service.

Visit Safety Tat's website for more of their product offerings.

Safety Tat would like to give away a six pack of tattoos to one of my readers.

All you have to do is leave a comment here telling me what you would use your Safety Tat's for.

Winner will be chosen Friday, July 16. Contest ends at 8pm.


  1. WOW! Those sound really cool! You'll have to let us know how they work on vacation and if they actually last 2 weeks.

    Stacy R

  2. I didn't even know products like this existed! This would be great for my busy 2 yr. old at busy spots like the zoo or the state fair.

    (PS. Your link at the top of the page isn't working.)

  3. i agree with the allergy alert, it's so hard to keep a busy, hungry 18 month from being offered something with egg or peanut butter and him not automatically eating it...these sound great!!

  4. Appleberry's AtticJuly 14, 2010 at 3:25 PM

    Wow... these tattoos sound like a great idea!
    I too have a little one that can not have milk... so I think we would definetely get use out them in the nursery at church!

  5. So much handier than making my 3 & 4 year old memorize our obnoxiously long phone # - though they are almost there!
    Such a GREAT idea!

  6. These are so cool! My husband takes our 2 yr old son to Disneyland all the time with his annual pass, and I'm always having to write a "If lost please call..." note to put in our son's pocket! This would make it so much easier for them when the go!