Show Off Your Love of Veggie Gardens by Getting "Inked"

These clever produce-inspired temporary tattoos let you show off your love of gardening.
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A line of temporary tattoos from Tattly feature garden produce.

If you really love gardening, maybe you've dreamed of showing it off right on your skin - but aren't quite up for a permanent tattoo of a tomato plant. Enter Tattly, an innovative company started in Brooklyn in 2011 by a designer who was tired of putting cheap, tacky temporary tats on her daughter's arm. 

Staffed by a team of talented designers and illustrators, Tattly's tattoos are whimsical, well-drawn and memorable. Each Tattly tat is non-toxic and made from soy-based ink.

Tattly's "summertime" collection features a group of veggie tattoos that includes eggplants, broccoli, peppers, carrots, corn and more. $15 for a set of 8 long-lasting tattoos includes shipping inside the United States. Would make a great party favor or gift for a garden-loving friend!

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