using tattoos for kids birthdays

Every parent wants their little one's birthday party to be unique and memorable, which is why a lot goes into planning such a special celebration. From choosing activities to sending invitations, picking a theme, and selecting the right cake, every detail matters. So, if you want a cool and low-cost way to fun-things-up, non-permanent tattoos for kids are the way to go! Here are five ideas for keeping kids involved and entertained during your next party or get together using temporary tattoos.

 

1. Match Your Party Theme

There are non-permanent tattoos for kids available to match any party theme, whether it’s sports, fashion, the animal kingdom, superheros, or your little one’s favorite show. Try to select tattoo designs that color-coordinate with your balloons, tablecloths, and other decors. Many temporary tattoos are printed as sets, with a handful of related designs on one sheet. When you purchase the products, go ahead and cut out the individual designs. Trim your temporary tattoos as closely as possible to the art itself. This will minimize the amount of adhesive that shows around the image.

 

2. Let Kids Personalize

unicorn cake and girl wearing tattoos for kids birthdays

Mix and match the types of tattoos for kids you have available at the party to allow kids to fully express themselves. Select tattoo designs that highlight common hobbies and interests and grab a few sheets of alphabet letters to spell out names or initials. At the party, display all the tattoo choices in a big bowl or bulletin board to make it easy for kids to search for a favorite design.

 

3. Decorate Party Tableware With Tattoos

If you are using disposable party tableware for kid’s cups, bowls, or plates, then you can even let the little ones decorate their own as part of the fun. Plus, if you let each child choose their own design for the day, there will be no mixing up glasses! Quality temporary tattoos are great for kids' birthdays as they are safe, non-toxic, hypoallergenic, and made with only FDA-certified colorants.

If you are keen to try this idea, remember to keep the tattoos separated from your tableware and surfaces shared with food. Moreover, you can apply these both on plastic and cardboard. We recommend cardboard tableware as a better alternative to avoid plastic waste and care for the environment!

 

How To Apply Temporary Tattoos To Party Tableware

  • Make sure your serve ware for kids is clean and dry.
  • Carefully remove the protective sheet, and apply the image to your dish or glass.
  • Hold a wet cloth against the back of the tattoo and press firmly, making sure to wet it thoroughly.
  • Wait 30 seconds, then peel off the paper backing. Blot carefully with a dry cloth.

 

4. Set Up a Temporary Tattoo Station

A great idea for kids' birthdays, especially if you have help from older kids or parents at the party, is to set up a temporary tattoo station or booth. Create a sign for kids to know where to get their tattoos. Tattoo application can be a fun and less messy alternative to face painting. Remember to include a bowl of water and a few washcloths. If someone changes their mind or incorrectly applies the product, you may want to have cotton balls plus rubbing alcohol, baby oil, or hand sanitizer nearby for easy removal. 

application booth for tattoos for kids birthdays

5. Send Guests Home With Temporary Tattoo Party Favors

Along with candy and toys, temporary tattoos are the perfect items to add to a birthday party favor or goodie bag. The tattoos are cost-effective, lightweight, and easy for kids to share with their siblings or parents at home. You can even use alphabet letter tattoos to spell out each party guest’s name for a really personalized detail.

Have you incorporated temporary tattoos into your child’s party? If you haven’t found the perfect fit for your theme, let your imagination fly and simply order custom temporary tattoo designs! And please share any tips or creative ideas in the comments below. If you found our tattoos for kids ideas useful, you might also enjoy:

July 27, 2021 — Riana King
Tags: Holidays

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