Saturday, 6 April 2013

I'd never be brave enough for one of these....

Hello lovelies,

For a few years now, I have loved the idea and look of tattoos. A few of my friends have at least one tattoo, and I also seem to be drawn towards members of the opposite sex who have them too. Today I have decided to show you all some images all of which I got from google (all eight of them.. I could have gone on for days) of things I love the look of but would never be brave enough to go through with and get. Are you all sitting comfortably? Then I shall begin.

The "this too shall pass" tattoo. One that has been seen on many a body. I like this one because it acts as a reminder that no matter how much of a deep hole you can get yourself into, in time it shall pass, you will in time feel better about the situation  and that is a message that I live by.

I love the look of this one the fact that it starts of with something so simple as a dandelion plant and ends up with the birds flying away. I love it.

Another quote tattoo... you will slowly learn that they are my favourite type. This one says "a smooth sea never made a skilled sailor". Like the first one, its all about taking the tough bits of your life and using them to make yourself a better person, something that I truly believe in.

Another Dandelion based tattoo, I don't know what it is about them that makes me love them as a tattoo. The words say "may angels lead you in". This to me reminds me of a Jimmy Eat World song called 'Hear you Me", a song that has meaning to me, it helped me through a tough time of my life.

"Without love, we are birds with broken wings". The birds are something that you all know I love, the pattern on my clothes. I just love this quote.

Another things can only get better style of tattoo. This one says " for every dark night, there's a brighter day". 

Finally we have a quote that has appeared on my blog before but I love it and think that it was a brilliant tattoo especially the way that this one has been done, with the image next to it. The words say " Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain". I love the quote as a whole and think that its a great thing to live by.

So I want to know what you think, do you have tattoos? Do you not? Do you like or dislike them? I want to know in the comments below.
Till Next Time
Clare xxx



  1. I love tattoos, I haven't got any yet because I'm indecisive and can't choose what I want - I really like the traditional ones though.


    1. I'm like you. I'm never decisive enough to go through with it xx

  2. I love tattoos! I have a small one on my arm and really want more!!

    1. I've heard that once you have one you want more xx

  3. I have 8 tattoos, getting my 9th one in a few weeks, they're really addictive. I don't believe all tattoos need to have a meaning, but I am on my 3rd michael jackson tattoo now :P


  4. I love the dandelion and birds one and the "Without love, we are birds with broken wings" i'm seriously considering the quote as my next tattoo, i already have two tattoos and I've wanted to add a rib tattoo to the mix for a while now!

    Tanesha x

  5. I have two tattoos, planning my 3rd and 4th soon :D My boyfriend's covered in them too, but strangely enough I'm the only person in my family to both like them, and actually have any!

    I'd say go for it!


  6. I have 3 tattoos and I love them!

  7. I have 3 tattoos, and thinking about getting them is more painful than doing it :D I love the dandelion/birds one, it's cute xx

  8. I love the Jimmy Eat World one, Hear You Me makes me cry pretty much every time I listen to it - sad, I know. I have thought long and hard about getting a tattoo over the years, but I know how quickly I get tired of things, so I've never gone for it as I've not been quite sure enough that I'd want the design forever.


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