Wednesday, December 1, 2010



About the Product

Brand new for Fall! Adorable Lizard, Rocket, Dog, Ladybug, Butterfly and6 pack Boy-Girl Variety Design Pack Rocket designs that both boys and girls love. Simply write in your emergency contact phone number or other emergency data. This Variety Quick Stick Write-on! is our newest, most versatile product requiring no water to apply. Simply peel and stick -- "Quick Stick!" Made with proprietary Tateck®, it is an ultra-durable, medical-grade, skin applique "tattoo" with vibrant colors perfect for any skin tone. The Quick Stick Write-on! Is packaged blank, so you can fill in your information with the provided SafetyTat pen. Quick Stick Write-Ons will last an extra long time — up to two weeks!


Includes 6 skin safe tattoo skin appliques (1 Lizard, 1 Rocket, 1 Dog, 1 Ladybug, 1 Butterfly, 1 Flower, 6 application prep wipes and one tattoo marking pen.)

My Thoughts

I love SafetyTat and I am glad to promote their new Quick Stick Write-On!. 

I discovered SafetyTat over a year ago and had the privilege to review their product back then.   I love the idea of being able to put a temporary tattoo on a child when visiting a place where it could be easy to loose them.   Don’t take me wrong.   I usually don’t loose my kids but just in case one of them would wander and we don’t realize it, it is great to know that somehow, our phone number is marked on him/her.

2010_08_27_12_58_56Back in September, we visited the Toronto Zoo and we were able to put our SafetyTat to good use.    We put some SafetyTat tattoos on the two youngest who would have trouble to give a phone number if they would get lost.    My son, Jérémy, is showing his SafetyTat tattoo on his arm during the visit at the zoo.  The product is easy to install and last for the longest time in the world.   A week later, while we were in Sudbury, the tattoos were still there.   I was impressed to say the least.


Now they even have a fun pack for the zoo with the animals on it.   I find this very creative.   I sure hope that one day they will come up with a Disney and an aquarium pack!  *grin*

Just for having the peace of mind that my kids can show their arms to someone and we can get a call if they get lost is priceless for us.    We were able to have more fun and not worry as much in a big crowd like the Toronto Zoo.

Great News!   SafetyTat is offering my readers a discount until December 8th, 2010.  Simply enter the code CanadianLadybug2 when checking out when you place an order to their website


SafetyTat is offering one  pack of our Quick Stick Write-On! Boy/Girl Variety 6-pack as a giveaway.

Tell me when you would use the SafetyTat tattoos if you won them.  Which outing are you planning to use them with your kids?

Don’t forget to include your email.   No email means I will have to pick someone else.    I need to be able to contact you if you win! will be use to determine the winner.  You will have 48 hours to contact me and give me your mailing address so I can send it to my contact at SafetyTat which in turn will ship the Quick Stick Write-on! Boy/Girl Variety 6-pack to you!

Open to US and Canadian residents ONLY.

Deadline:  December 10, 2010.

Disclaimer: Thanks to SafetyTat for sending me the featured product for review purpose. I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Please note that the review was not influenced by the Sponsor in any way. All opinions expressed here are only my own.


  1. Oh, I've always wanted to try these! My youngest is autistic and non-verbal (hopefully not forever) and these would be great when we take him just about anywhere. Great blog post too!


  2. Now that is an interesting concept. Sure beats putting that little tracking device under their skin now doesn't it. I love this idea especially for those that are too little, or a disability, and doesn't know the contact number. This would be awesome when the grandkids are visiting and going to the zoo or some place and they may know their own phone number but not mine.

    Visiting from the crew.

  3. I would also use it for safety purposes, we have 2 boys our oldest is 7 and was diagnosed with Autism. He is a runner/wanderer, we like to take our boys on outings to public places but sometimes it is stressful because of the concern of wandering. He does talk but not at the level of a 7 year old and I don't think could communicate where he lives?

    I would also use it with my 4 year old just because he is a busy boy too and this is such a good idea :)

    Thank you..........Jayne

  4. Using, the winner os this giveaway is #3.

    So I will email SabinJayne and the person has 48 hours to contact me.

  5. so excited :) Thank you!!!
    I just sent my contact details