Tattoo Submission: Camilla (Hørsholm)

Wrist.

DSC05741-001This tattoo doesn’t have any special thoughts or meaning behind it, but I really wanted a simple, feminine “string” around my wrist, so that’s what I got. It’s made kind of randomly and not very precisely – a real string wouldn’t be straight either!


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Jonna N, Nissy, Anna (Perth)


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Polly, Vic R (England), Lykke Li


Wrists.

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Linda (Stavanger), Colin (Lille, France), Eduarda (São Paulo, Brazil) Chinese for “art.”


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