Posted: October 25, 2013
Tattly temporary tattoos are like real tattoos, but fake! Tattlys are developed by professional artists for design-minded individuals who are young, or simply young-at-heart. Consumers can purchase individual Tattlys, featuring over 300 hundred designs, or specialized Tattly sets, which include a selection of eight designs curated by Tattly.
Tattly sets include colorful and spirited designs for kids and grownups, including ice cream cones, robots, friendship bracelets, butterflies, vegetables, monsters, watches, rainbows, bicycles, catch phrases, nautical symbols, and many more designs.
All Tattly tattoos are high quality, non-toxic and safe for all ages. They are printed using vegetable-based inks and follow guidelines set by the FDA. Tattlys are printed in the USA and retail and custom sets are packaged in Mohawk paper, which is FSC Certified and made with wind power.
Tattly began in July 2011, after founder Tina Roth Eisenberg (aka SwissMiss) grew tired of applying boring temporary tattoos on her young daughter. Ms. Eisenberg took matters into her own hands and teamed up with a group of renowned artists, designers and illustrators to create fun and exciting designs. By February 2012, Tattly had processed their 10,000 order, and the rest is history. Tattlys are now sold in over 400 stores across 30 countries.
Sets sold at Tattly.com and at retail locations are packaged in Mohawk Options Navajo Smooth Brilliant White 160 double thick cover. Custom Tattly sets are packaged in Mohawk Superfine Smooth Digital with iTone Ultrawhite 100 cover.
“Mohawk is simply the best paper we could find. Beyond giving us a superior finished product, we love that it's made here in the United States, just like our tattoos. And the fact that the paper is created with wind power is another reason we knew that it was a great fit. We couldn't be happier with our choice.” — Rusty Meadows, Tattly.com
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