The idea for SafetyTat child temporary ID tattoos was born of necessity one weekend at an amusement park. On Labor Day Weekend, Michele and her husband, there with their three small children, felt out-numbered. To stave her panic, she quickly wrote her mobile phone number on each of their arms with a ballpoint pen. As she did this, she thoughtfully explained to each of them the importance of staying close to Mommy and Daddy. She also told them that if they were separated that the number on their arm was a way to reconnect with them.
Throughout the day of fun, Michele had to rewrite the number several times as it smeared or washed off. Several parents in the park, stopped her to ask if that was her number on the kids' arms. Each time, they loved the idea. The day was a success and the idea for SafetyTat temporary id tattoos was born.
Gotta Have It! Temporary Tattoos They'll Love
10 Fila Way ste D-141
Sparks, MD 21152
“These simple (and adorable) peel-and-stick designs could help you reunite with a lost child. Navigating the crowds at a museum or the mall can be terrifying when you have a child in tow. Every parent has nightmares about stories of children who vanished when Mom or Dad looked away for "just a minute. Take the panic out of crowded places with SafetyTat, temporary tattoos that help reconnect parent and child if they get separated. The peel-and-stick appliquŽs can be custom-printed with a parent's contact information or ordered blank and filled out with an included waterproof marking pen. The tattoos feature colorful, kid-friendly designs, and are hypoallergenic and waterproof, perfect for the beach or water park. There are also tattoos to alert others to a child's diabetes, allergies, or autism.”
“For now, I wanted to share these insanely useful temporary tattoos that you can have personalized with your contact info. Perfect to put on your toddlers and preschoolers before visiting a busy amusement park, the pool (they are waterproof), or other summer vacation hot spots. Maybe I should get some for myself for when I get lost at the mall.”
- Redbook Magazine Online
"Mom Moment" from the
"How Cool Is This" Files
- Kiwi Magazine
Safer family vacations:
keeping track of your kids
August, 2008 issue
ID Safety for kids
“Advice for Safer vacations ages 6-9. “Put easily accessible contact information, like your name and cell phone number, on your child...SafetyTat is a washable tattoo that can help if your child is lost; you can order customized versions that convey medical conditions like diabetes, autism or nut allergies.”