20 Nov

Creating Tattoos With Your Initials

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HB initial tattooCreating Tattoos With Your Initials

A tattoo with someone’s initials is one of the most meaningful tattoos. Not only do the initials represent someone but they are the initials of someone dear to the person. Some people get the initials of their children tattooed on their body in some form or another. While other people will get the initials of a passed loved one, someone who meant a great deal to the person who has passed away. The most common tattoo with initials is from someone who has passed away. Usually initial tattoos come with other forms of tattoos such as, crosses, religious symbols, flowers as well as skulls. With the initials you can have dates or other meaning full words or letters along with the initials. Some people try to hide the initials of a passed loved one within their other tattoos, so the person with the tattoo knows they are there but no one else does. It makes the initial tattoo more meaningful and special to them.

initials of child tattooJust like when two people fall in love, they carve into a tree their initials, so can be their initials tattooed on each other. Some people will add other parts to the tattoo such as a heart, arrow or anything else that symbolizes their love for each other. Angelina Jolie had the initials of the man she married, Billy Bob Thornton, but now she is married to Brad Pitt. Since then she has had the name Billy Bob removed from her tattoo.

Other initial tattoos could be phrases or words that people like or that are meaningful to them. Whatever you choose to do, be sure your initials have meaning and that initial tattoos should not be taken lightly as they are one of the most meaningful tattoos you can get.

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