Beautifully Simple Tattoos
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Beautifully Simple Tattoos

If I didn't cry at the thought of needles, I would get one of these tattoos.

Beautifully Simple Tattoos

I don't like needles. I have never liked needles. I will never get over my fear of needles, not even to get a tattoo. If I could ever get over my fear of tattoos, these are some that I would consider.

The New York City skyline is one of the most recognized in the world. I have always loved visiting the city, and this is a really cool spot for a tattoo. Maybe I would get the New York City skyline on one foot and a Buffalo skyline on the other foot.

This beautifully simple tattoo has such power and meaning behind it. It will remind you to take life one step at a time and take everything as it comes.The placement of this tattoo is ironic and perfect. I don't think I would add the heart, though, because it wouldn't have any significance to me.

This beautiful moon phase tattoo is super cool. I have always loved the beauty of the moon and the phases. Ever since I learned them all, I have loved looking up at the night sky, studying them and identifying which phase is which. I love this spot on the arm, but I would be so nervous that it would hurt a lot. The shading would hurt ten times worse as well.

I love dreamcatchers and everything that they mean. They are so beautiful, and to have a permanent dreamcatcher would be so relaxing. This tattoo is so beautifully done and would be really cool to get.

Anyone who knows me knows that I love to travel. This simple, small wanderlust tattoo is so beautiful. I would add to it, though. I would get the tattoo colored in when I visited that continent or that area of the world. I would also add the word "wanderlust" to it.

For all of the "Harry Potter" lovers, this Golden Snitch tattoo is simple and beautiful. I would pick a different location for this tattoo, because I have been told that wrist tattoos hurt! I would also add a quote from "Harry Potter" -- maybe the quote, "Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times if one only remembers to turn on the light," by Albus Dumbledore.

This tattoo is plain and simple as can be. It is incredibly beautiful and simple with a complex meaning. To each person, this would mean something different. To me, it is another wanderlust tattoo, a beautiful tattoo that makes me want to see the world.

This faith tattoo is so simple and perfect. It would remind me that I need to think positive and have faith. It will help me know that God has a plan for me, even if I can't see it right then and there.

This "Harry Potter" tattoo combines all of the elements of the series. I would not put a quote with this one, because it is beautiful and simple as is.

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