- “The holy or the broken hallelujah” on my spine, from the original version of the [name_m]Leonard[/name_m] [name_m]Cohen[/name_m] song.
- Wisteria on the side of my foot from the [name_u]Taylor[/name_u] [name_m]Swift[/name_m] song.
- The lamppost from [name_f]Narnia[/name_f] on my rib cage.
- A watercolor edelweiss flower on my hip.
- The Dawn Treader ship from [name_f]Narnia[/name_f] with the ocean under it, and a blue whale underneath the ocean, on my ribs.
I vote watercolour edelweiss! They all sound awesome though.
I vote for watercolour edelweiss flower too.
[name_f]My[/name_f] second choice would be the lamppost from [name_f]Narnia[/name_f] (although I think this might look better on your ankle/side of your foot)
I know how much Hallelujah means to you, so I have to go for that! (Plus, I love lettering tattoos!)
The first because that song means so much
They all sound awesome (and painful😬)! Hmm the hallelujah one first maybe. Then the [name_f]Dawn[/name_f] Treader if you want a second.
I got a tattoo of a lyre on the top of my foot when I was 21. I don’t regret it but I haven’t went back for another one.
All sound lovely, but I would choose the “The holy or the broken hallelujah” because I know how much it means to you!
Umm if you know me you know what I’m going to say… [name_f]Wisteria[/name_f]!!! [name_u]Love[/name_u] the meaning of it! [name_f]My[/name_f] second would be number 1 since I know how much it means to you!
These all seem extremely meaningful to you! If I were choosing for myself, I would go with the lamppost, but for you, I might go with “the holy or the broken hallelujah,” even though I think they are all good choices.
The hip and rib cage is a bit tough for women due to weight fluctuations and pregnancies. A placement on one woman would have no distortion while the same placement on a different woman would have distortion… So it’s hard to predict!
These are all so different as far as what is involved in creating the tattoo! If this is your first - Definitely 2. If you have about $1,000 saved, then 5. Something that intricate will need an excellent artist and, possibly, more than 1 session. I wouldn’t be stingy for something like that.
But if you want something in the middle of those tattoo experiences, then 3 or 4. Along the spine kinda freaks me out lol But I love song lyric tattoos, I have two of them with a third planned
“The holy or the broken hallelujah” for its meaning for you
Thanks, all! I’ve narrowed it down to the [name_f]Narnia[/name_f] lamppost or the “[name_f]Hallelujah[/name_f]” quote. But I’m in no rush to decide.