Liza (Västervik, Sweden)
I have Crohn’s disease, and the pain from my disease changed me to a stronger person.
Natalie B (Strandbaden, Sweden)
I call it Chesters Mandala. Chester is my dog and the tat is an actual imprint of his paw.
Michelle M (Aalborg, Denmark)
A g-key, in my ear, because I listen to a lot of music. The phrase “Om lidt”, on the neck, is from a Danish song by Kim Larsen and means something like “Soon” or “About a little while.” I grew up with his music and the song was played at my grandfather’s funeral.
It means senza rimpianti – no regrets.
“det löser sig”, a constant reminder not to lose hope.
Angelika (Poland) “The beginning is always today – you can always start over…”
Rachel (Ontario) “Love the life you live, live the life you love.”
Nicole R “John Milton”
Gabrielle (New York City) “ostrich feather”
Taylor S (Brookings Oregon) Home done
Roberta (Napoli) “In all this chaos I will find always safety.”
source: Sofie (Dalarna), Isabella (Cologne, Germany), The Dame (UK), Orvokki (Helsinki), Dona B (Berkeley)
source: Gina M (Buenos Aires), Hanna K (Lidköping) “Citat, Lars winnerbäck – Elden Font: Windsong”, Denise (Västerås, Sweden) ddenisefis.blogspot.com
Since my little sister is upsest with owls I did this one on my arm. I simply love it!
Isabella (Gothenburg) “7 hearts. 1 heart for every year that I had a chance to spend with my father befor he passed away.”
Renata R (Brasília, Brasil) “My rib tattoo is a song from my favorite Brazilian artist. Maria Gadu, GriloTattoo”
Victoria (Gilbert, AZ) “My sister will always be close to my heart.”