ATTENTION: All Saints Day Customer Service Schedule

In observance of All Saints Day (a declared holiday in the Philippines), our Customer Service Team will be offline on October 31, 2016 (Monday) and November 1, 2016 (Tuesday) but you may still email us for any concerns. Our CS hours will resume on Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 10AM.
Zoo Crew Set by Tattly

Zoo Crew Set

  • Credit Card
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  • Cash on Delivery

Could anything be more adorable than these animal illustrations by Helen Dardik? Whether you get it for yourself or your little one, you’re sure to fall for Fair Bear with his striped pants, Fine Porcupine in polka dots, and Funny Bunny in his bow tie.

NOTE: Each set includes 8 Tattlys and comes packaged in a new card stock sleeve with a full-color photo on the front! Each Tattly is safe and non-toxic, printed with vegetable-based ink, made in the USA, FDA-compliant, and fun for all ages.

WHAT YOU GET: (1) Tattly Zoo Crew Set with the following designs by Helen Dardik:
(2) Fine Porcupine
(2) Dizzy Bee
(2) Funny Bunny
(2) Fair Bear

1) Skin should be clean, dry, and free of makeup
2) Remove clear top sheet.
3) Press tattoo, design facing down, onto skin.
4) Hold wet cloth against back of tattoo. Press down and make sure to wet it thoroughly.
5) Wait 30 seconds, then peel off paper backing.
6) Gently rinse image with water for best effect.

Option 1: The easiest way to remove your Tattly before it fades off completely is by using regular household tape. Simply take a strip of tape and stick it over the edge of your tattoo. Rub it a little and peel it away. The longer the tattoo has been on your skin, the more tape you will need to fully remove it.
Option 2: An alternative way to remove your tattoo is with soap and water. It will take a little bit of rubbing but it will come right off.

Tattly’s temporary tattoos are a fun and unique way to express your personality. It all began when Tina Roth Eisenberg tired of applying numerous badly designed clip-art tattoos on her daughter and decided to make her own. She learned how to make a temporary tattoo with like-minded artists, launching the brand online on July 2011 with an all-star lineup of professional designers and illustrators. Today, Tattly receives thousands of orders from around the world.