Monday, January 19, 2009

S is for Safety Tat

In March, Augie Dawgs and TOF will be winging their way to sunny Mesa, Arizona. Without ME and my ever watchful eyes. To say I'm a little worried is a big understatement. What if they become separated? TOF knows his name, but not his phone number. What if? Or even what if?

So when the ingenious people at Safety Tat offered to send me some samples of their product, I gratefully accepted.



Necessity is the mother of invention and so Safety Tats were created, by a worried mom at a crowded amusement park. She wrote her cell phone number on her kids' arms in pen and explained to them that if they were to get separated the number would be a way for them to reconnect.

SafetyTat is a kids' tattoo that’s offered in either Original Safety Tats or Quick Stick Write-on!

With Originals Safety Tat you can choose from 21 designs, including some for autism and allergies. There is even a Safety Tat made specifically for an entire classroom headed on a field trip. What a great teacher gift! Enter your information on the website and your very own custom tattoos will ship in a few days. Apply like a temporary tattoo, remove the clear layer, press on clean skin. Add water and remove the white paper liner. They're waterproof and last from 1-5 days.

TOF loves his puppy "tickers" They really were very easy to apply. The tats are fun and brightly colored, making them highly visible. They stay put even after bath time.

The Quick Stick Write-on! is a peel and stick tattoo which requires no water to apply. It's hypoallergenic, waterproof and will last up to two weeks. Once the Quick Stick Write-on! is applied, you write your phone number on it using the supplied marker.

SafetyTat has generously offered to send THREE lucky winners their choice of Boy, Girl, or Boy/Girl combo pack SafetyTat Quick Stick Write-On! 6pk.




To enter:
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Please leave a separate comment for each entry. Random.org and I will chose a winner on Friday, January 23rd.

Additionally, you can use the coupon code megryansmom09 for 15% off your order. Please use only lower case letters since this is a case sensitive code.

Good Luck everyone!

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31 comments:

Kaci said...

Oh wow how cool is this!! I need to get El some of these...damn child losses everything.

Jenni Jiggety said...

I like the rocket one! What a cool idea!

Jenni Jiggety said...

I follow you!

Jenni Jiggety said...

I stumbled!

kel said...

I love safety tat!!

Leslie said...

These are awesome! We bought them when we took a family trip to Disney. I put them on them in the airport and didn't take them off until we were home! I would LOVE to win some girly ones. I have two boys and a girl so bought puppy dog ones so they would be ok for all three kids but my little princess would love her own :)

amelia bedelia said...

What a great idea! I think I will get one for my teenagers to remind them of their curfew!

Cher said...

I like the Rocket one! Thanks!

{i}Post said...

What a great idea! I love this for large crowded outings. We were at a horse show this weekend and it crossed my mind more than once!

Letti said...

I like the quick stick boy/girl combo. Whoever thought of these are genius.

Tiffany said...

Thats a really cool idea. I like the doggy one of course. Why can't I think of awesome ideas like that? Damn!

Mary Moore said...

Great idea! Wish I had this when my kids were younger!

Stacie said...

those are interesting!

Stacie said...

I think I will get some for my bar nights, just in case, ya know...SAFETY is important. ;)

Mikki Black said...

That is a pretty nifty invention. I am past the need for those, but if I wasn't, I would SO want to win your giveaway. :)

dana wyzard said...

OK. Is this an AD or a post? You're getting me confused and that's not a good thing at my age. Is it alzheimers or your post? lol

Whenever my kids left home for one reason or another, I always used that chance to move and change my phone number.

Leah said...

Those look awesome!! We had a scare with Emily two summers ago where she got lost in the huge crowd of people leaving a summer series concert we'd attended in our town. It only took a few seconds to realize she wasn't right next to me any longer, but a few seconds was all it took for her to get pushed in the entire opposite direction and it was a good 15 minutes of pure terror until we were reunited. She'd known our home phone number by heart for two years at that point, but I'd never thought to teach her my cell phone number and since I wasn't at home, her knowing our home number was POINTLESS.

Even if there never ever ends up being the opportunity to put those tatoos into use, the peace of mind they will provide someone is truly worth any expense. We've since purchased stainless steel ID bracelets for the kids to wear when we're in crowded places, but they don't like them very much... The tatoos would certainly be more fun!!!

jill jill bo bill said...

I am with Tiff! How come I can never think of these things! TOO cool.

Elaine A. said...

Coolest idea! I want some of the Stanley Train ones for my little guys! YAY!

Rhea said...

Those are awesome. Simple but brilliant. Seriously.

Love them all...especially the little rocket ships.

Elaine A. said...

I twittered about it too! http://twitter.com/elainea/statuses/1131202057

Dawn said...

Oh, I love the butterfly one!
I've seen these advertised before and thought they were such a great idea. I'd love to win!!!

Dawn said...

I'm a follower! :)

Julie said...

Since I have no kids, no need to enter but I think this is an absolutely FAB idea! I can't wait to have kids and actually need them.

Michelle said...

Mister Man would *love* either of the dino ones. I can't decide between the two. And I'd really love to see more allergies (gluten, CF, GFCF, soy, etc), given how prevalent they are. Little Miss has a dairy allergy, and what kind hearted soul wouldn't give her a cookie or a cracker that 99% likelihood has milk or milk proteins in it?

Michelle said...

Oh -- and I've been meaning to follow you, so I suppose this is as good an excuse as any ;)

Kristal said...

I like the giraffe since I have boys and a girl! These are the coolest things I've seen in a LONG time! Thanks!


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Kristal said...

I posted this giveaway on my blog's sidebar: kristalcoles.blogspot.com

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GAGAY said...

Dropping by to say hi..happy Tuesday!

gagay

Cher said...

Oh and I am a follower now!

Steph said...

Thanks for the coupon code! I'm getting the quick stick write on variety!

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