Steph
fuckyeahtattoos:

Zombie Narwhal outline. I just did the outline, she said when she gets bored, she wants to be able to color it with markers. Done at Studio 14 in Bowling Green Ohio -Digger

fuckyeahtattoos:

Zombie Narwhal outline. I just did the outline, she said when she gets bored, she wants to be able to color it with markers. Done at Studio 14 in Bowling Green Ohio -Digger

My roses, which are about impossible to get entirely in just one picture (especially when you’re taking the picture of yourself).  This one’s located on my left shoulder and wraps around to my back.  

I couldn’t pick just a couple colors for my roses, so I gave my tattoo guy full artistic license with them.  I figure that if it’s gonna take several hours of pain, then it better turn out really fucking pretty.  :D

This sugar skull is located on my right forearm.  
I wanted a skull, but I needed it to keep with the colorful (and flowery) theme like all of my other tattoos.  Googled “colorful skull” and a bunch of pictures of these Día de los Muertos treats came up.  I <3 my calavera de azúcar.  And the irony of being a diabetic with a big ol’ piece of candy tattooed on my forearm is just perfect, LOL.

This sugar skull is located on my right forearm.  

I wanted a skull, but I needed it to keep with the colorful (and flowery) theme like all of my other tattoos.  Googled “colorful skull” and a bunch of pictures of these Día de los Muertos treats came up.  I <3 my calavera de azúcar.  And the irony of being a diabetic with a big ol’ piece of candy tattooed on my forearm is just perfect, LOL.

These are my left and right wrists.  

Remember the Roy G. Biv mnemonic they taught you in preschool to remember all the colors of the rainbow?  Well, I tried to get all of ‘em in these two tats.  

Roy G. Biv = red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet, for those of you who can’t remember.  :p

Sooo, this wouldn&#8217;t be my blog if I didn&#8217;t use it to show off my tattoos.  
I&#8217;ll start off with the hibiscus that&#8217;s on the top of my left foot.  Never has a tattoo hurt me like this one did.  (So worth the pain, though!)

Sooo, this wouldn’t be my blog if I didn’t use it to show off my tattoos.  

I’ll start off with the hibiscus that’s on the top of my left foot.  Never has a tattoo hurt me like this one did.  (So worth the pain, though!)