Kids are obsessed with those temporary tattoos! I've been to countless children's parties where the goodie bags are filled with them, so why not use them for a purpose?
Several companies such as SafetyTat and Peanut Free Zone are making temporary allergy-alert tattoos for kids to wear for school. Personally, I think it's a great idea if your child has a severe food allergy. It's "cool" to the kids, and the tattoo is in the teacher's face. When it wears off you just put another on.
Some parents are against it. They claim it will draw negative attention. Target the children for bullying. What do you think? Good or bad idea?