Temporary 1950s Heart and Anchor Tattoo
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- Each tattoo measures approx. 3"W x 2"H
- Application and removal instructions included in package
- Washes off with soap & water, no special remover needed
- NOTE: THIS ITEM IS NOT RETURNABLE IF YOU HAVE OPENED THE PACKAGE
A sea-tossed frigate returns to port, and the weary sailors disembark. Some of them make their way to Madame Croquet’s Tattoo Parlor and Samosa Joint, feeling the itch to record their travels and memorialize their struggles in permanent ink. In terms of popularity, one tattoo was the clear winner. The sailors may have gold teeth, rotten teeth or missing teeth, peg legs or bow legs, but they all miss their mommies! The designs they inspired turned into classic tattoo choices, especially in the 1950s. After all, whether you’re a greaser, a soldier, or a jukebox hero, Mom is always number one!
Jazz up any costume with this awesome Temporary 1950s Heart and Anchor Tattoo! A red heart proudly bears the word “Mom” emblazoned on a white banner with wing, flower and star details. It hovers over a blue and red anchor entwined with a cool-looking rope. This tattoo never goes out of style!
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