I did this the other day.
I love it.. so pretty and delicate.
Are you getting it colored? I love it.
Sorry, but I agree.
What part of your body is that?
Congratulations! I hope you felt as empowered as I did when I got a tattoo at the age of 47. I would love to hear the story behind it, because there is usually a great one to be told. Is that real or temporary?
It’s beautiful as is, but I’m also imagining it with some soft color. Either way, I love it! Now I want another.
It’s beautiful. You can print it out and use it as a “coloring book” to try out different colors, to decide if you want to add color or leave it “scrimshaw style.” It is just lovely.
I agree, it’s lovely.
But let us know if you need an intervention, at some future point. I know it’s none of my biz…
I guess it’s just not my thing.
No matter what you tell yourself you will find it hard to stop at just one tattoo 🙂
Agreed! I just got #3 this past summer…liberty inspired Palm tree back of left shoulder
I swore after the 1st one it would be the one and only. Up to #3 and looking at inspiration for #4…
Is this the same arm as the Liberty tattoo? And where did you find the inspiration? I find these flower tattoos so attractive in general, but I am a weenie in terms of actually going for it, so you are a role model!
Wow!!! Kim, that’s so pretty! Will that be colored in?
Love it!! Love it!!! Love it!!!!!
beautiful w/o color too! I’m often tempted but i have lowest pain threshold ever.
I feel exactly the same way. Would love a teeny heart on the inside of my wrist … but the pain!
I have a small wrist tattoo and it didn’t hurt at all…but I am starting to wonder about the toxicity of tattoo ink…anyone have any good offerings on that part of the whole body art discussion?
Beautiful! You could always colour it in with a pen (that’s what I do with mine when I’m craving a new one) and the colour is gone after a shower or two 😉
It’s lovely! You do what makes you happy — which is what you are doing anyway. 🙂 I have three, and have been itching for one more.
By the by, have you seen Amanda Wachob’s work? Breathtaking.