Dandelion TattooDandelion tattoo make you remember somethings. Do you remember when you are in childhood ? Dandelions were a big part for most of us. Dandelions are a strong part of youth. Every child can’t reject them. They are interactive, fascinating and just so perfectly fun. And then we grow up and dandelions become less interesting and you walk by them all the time and never stop to actually blow on one. You remember how fun it was but you still are too busy to have fun. And something like this reminds us that there is joy in youth that ought to be cherished and not lost when we’re older.
To our delight, those little white seeds would float all over the yard, and if there was a good wind, go sailing off to who knows where.
Dandelion Tattoo MeaningsThat’s why dandelions inspired many people to get a tattoo celebrating those wonderful, fun moments, provided great fodder for those with fond memories of those whimsical times.
Although some point to the dandelion being a symbol of several things, including happiness and faithfulness, it’s hard to really know if that’s really the case. I’ve really never heard anyone I know mention it, but others make the claim that it’s so.
The dandelion flower can break the soil in the most harsh conditions and thrive, while other flowers and plants around it struggle to survive, as an inspiration for those needing to make a breakthrough in their lives.
Others people believe when you blow on the dandelion and while the seeds are flying away you can make a wish and have it come true.
Dandelion Tattoo DesignsAs for the dandelion tattoo designs, probably 85 percent to 90 percent are of the dandelion in its seeding stage, with the seeds being blown across the body to produce a nice looking tattoo.
This is done no matter what part of the body the person chooses to have the tattoo inked on. I guess it goes back to what we talked about: blowing those dandelion seeds remind us of those magical days of our childhood when we were carefree.
Another important part of the dandelion tattoo designs is the inclusion of birds in many of them. It seems the seeds are either being portrayed as turning into birds, or the birds are playfully flying around with the seeds as they flutter through the air.
Finally, most dandelion tattoos are inked on with dark colors, but occasionally another color is added, and when done right, looks really good. I’ve got a couple below to show you.
Some of the tattoo designs also have some green on the leaves, but the majority of them weren’t very impressive.
Dandelion Tattoo on Back
Dandelion Tattoo On Side
Dandelion Tattoo on back side
Dandelion Tattoo on foot with bird
Dandelion Tattoo on Wrist
Dandelion Tattoo on Shoulder