Let’s talk about tattoo flowers. Any flower design that you think of can be made into a tattoo. The rose is undeniably one of the most popular flower tattoos to date. But any flower that you want can be recreated into a tattoo by a talented tattoo artist. Different flowers have different symbolisms. Here are a list of common flower tattoos and their meanings. Baby’s breath means innocence and everlasting love, the bells of Ireland mean Good luck. Other tattoo flower meanings include the Carnation which means Luck, health and affection, and Chrysanthemums which represent truth, cheerfulness, optimism, and peace. The color of the tattoo flower used in the design could also determine its meaning. A rose, for instance, means femininity, eternal love and beauty; but a dark crimson or black rose could mean death or deep sorrow. You can research for the different meanings of different tattoo flowers before you get one for yourself unless it has a personal meaning to you. A tattoo is a personal thing; whether you want flower tattoos or any design you want or the meaning you want to convey is determined solely by the person who will wear them, you. If you want to express something though a tattoo, go ahead. If you want to get one as an accessory or to raise your sexiness level up one notch, no one’s stopping you. It is your prerogative.
Some tattoo flowers are just a single blossom and others, like this one, are a grouping of flowers. And this one is very sharply done and very well colored and overall is a very nice piece of artwork. I think people with tattoos like this are the type of people who always see the glass as half full. Meaning, happy people in general.
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