Flower Tattoo Ideas That Haven’t Been Overdone

Finally, if you want a flower tattoo that is not only rarely done but which is also vibrantly colorful, look no further than Queen Anne’s lace. According to Inked, the legend surrounding Queen Anne’s lace details Queen Anne herself accepting a challenge in which she was to stitch together a lace that perfectly resembled a flower. While stitching, she pricked a finger, which caused blood to dribble into her lace, creating the red-purple hues that we associate with Queen Anne’s lace flowers today.

These flowers resemble burning sunsets in color and symbolize labors of love, per Inked, because of Queen Anne’s labor to create a perfect flower out of lace. Therefore, this flower is perfect for couples who have gone through challenges together or anyone who knows what it’s like to handle true, unfiltered love. This kind of love isn’t always easy, but it’s usually worth it.

So, which flower tattoo do you want to get?

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