Sunday, January 10, 2010
So I’ve been told that I am way to over protective about my son but dog gone it I want to make sure he is safe!! Who wouldn’t want to do all they could to protect and make sure their kiddos are safe? I recently discovered SafetyTat and I have to tell you that I think this is on the top of my most wanted list! I will tell you all why in just a few moments!!! What is SafetyTat you may be asking they are these very cool easy to apply and easy to remove tattoo for kiddos that you can customize with a phone number if lost and they also come in others too such as allergy alert, special needs and medical alerts. Here is a bit of information about what SafetyTat is from the company:
It can happen anywhere—at an amusement park, zoo, school field trip, or even your local shopping mall. Your attention shifts for a moment, and suddenly your child or loved one has wandered out of sight.
So put the odds in your favor for a safe return, with SafetyTat. Invented by a Baltimore Mom of three kids, SafetyTat is a fun and colorful temporary safety child ID tattoo that’s uniquely offered either customized with your mobile phone number or blank so you can write in your cell phone number on them. When applied to the arm of your child or loved one, SafetyTat provides an immediate, highly visible form of child identification that stays in place even when wet!
SafetyTat—it’s the perfect way to show how much you care,
just in case. It's The Tat That Brings Kids Back!®
SafetyTat safety tattoos are great child id for: Theme Parks, Amusement Parks, Shopping Malls, Airports, Fairs, Festivals, Traveling, Museums, Zoos, Stadiums, Playgrounds, Site Seeing, Field Trips, Drop-off Birthday Parties and Play Dates, First Day of School, Scout Trips, Medical, Health and Allergy Alerts...anywhere you have kids in crowds.
My Thoughts:I was sent a sample of the Quick Stick Write-On SafetyTats and let me tell you these things are really cool and my son really enjoys wearing them!! I have 3 real tattoos and he thinks that he is just like mommy when he gets to wear one and he wants it on his wrist so that’s an even bigger plus because I’ve seen many kids wanting to put the fake tattoos on their bellies and such so I was really pleased that he would want them where they can be easily seen! I also love that it is a peel and stick so if I forget to put one on him before we leave the house I can easily do it before we get out of the car! I really do recommend these for any trips to the zoo, park or any other big event! I used one of mine when we took Zane to the Christmas Parade this year and thankfully we didn’t need it but it gave me some peace of mind just knowing that I had it on him!
You can get your own SafetyTats on their website: http://store.safetytat.com/store/ and be sure to use the coupon code CartoonLovinMomma (Must be typed as seen, case sensitive.) good for 10% off of an order of $15.00 or more!
SafetyTat has offered to give 2 of my readers each a sample pack of the Quick Stick Write-On! In their choice of boy, girl or the multi pack!
Mandatory Entry: Go to the SafetyTat website and tell me the SafetyTat that you think you'd use the most. Please remember to leave your e-mail address if it’s not visible in your profile.
Want or need extra entries? Check out how to grab em’ below! (Mandatory Entry must be complete for these to count)
1. Become a public follower of my blog (current follower cout too)
2. Follow me on twitter @sgrant2005 and tweet this giveaway (can be done daily)
3. Subscribe to my feed via a reader
4. Blog about this giveaway with a link to SafetyTat and this post and be sure to leave me a link(5 extra)
5. Become a fan of SafetyTat on Facebook (Leave Username)
6. Follow SafetyTat on Twitter
Giveaway ends Jan. 23, 2010 @ midnight CST. Winner will be chosen at random, using random.org and contacted by e-mail and has 48 hrs to respond before a new winner is chosen.
This review is based strictly my opinion. Others may have a different opinion with the product listed above. I was sent samples of SafetyTat Quick Stick Write-On! for free for review purposes!
Posted by Stephanie Grant at 5:34 PM