I have had my first tattoo of the week!
I’m lucky to be able to share it with you all, as this is the first time I have used a magic card in the tattoo process.
I used a card from the Tarot series to create this beautiful, colorful tattoo, and it has turned out to be an amazing addition to my repertoire.
I’m very happy to have this tattoo.
As the name suggests, this card depicts the goddess Isis, and in the middle of the tattoo is a circle with a magic circle on it.
This is the magical card.
I like to imagine it as a symbol of my life, so I made a magic ring that I had made using the magic cards.
I’ve been using a couple of these rings, and they are great.
I love them.
I even got some of them from my friends, so they were pretty nice.
I chose a magical ring for this tattoo because I feel that magic is the key to everything, so my friends and I decided to make a card that represented a place and a place in my life.
We decided to create a card with the word “home” in the upper left hand corner, which is where I want to be.
I also want to create some cards with my name on them so I can tell my story.
The cards represent the four seasons in my story, and I like that they are a little more “drama-free.”
I hope that these cards make you feel good about yourself and that you can find your own path to happiness.
The art on the tattoo was done in one of my favorite colors, black.
The black was chosen because it represents the dark, mysterious aspect of the goddess.
A magical ring I made for my tattoo was inspired by a card I had drawn for a friend’s birthday.
It depicts a dragon that represents rebirth, and is very important to me.
When I got this tattoo, I was so happy to get a tattoo from someone I know and love.
I feel like I’m part of the community, so it was very exciting to see that this tattoo is going to be a part of my future.
It was an honor to have someone in my circle that I have known for years tattoo my body with this tattoo and to be part of something so important to my life and future.
It is really important for me to have an experience that reminds me of the time I spent with my friend, so this is really my tribute to her.
She has inspired me to be happy and strong, and this is just a way of honoring her and giving me an experience of being in a place that I love.
This is my second tattoo of this week.
I am very proud to be on the second tattoo.
I made another card inspired by my favorite card of all time, the Tarocchi card.
This card represents a time when magic and science are very important.
The Tarocciks are a famous Italian art that is known for its magic.
This has inspired a lot of tattoos of this card in my tattoo studio, and the cards have a lot in common with each other.
I started this tattoo using my favorite Tarocchie, a black magic ring, which has a white triangle on the top and a red circle on the bottom.
I wanted to use the black to represent the light side of magic, and white to represent darkness.
I then made another magic card that has a blue square in the center, representing a person, and then I made the magic circle with the same color and with the words “I’m a person of darkness” on it so that it symbolizes how much I feel I belong to this world.
To make this tattoo I used some of the black magic rings I had been using to create other tattoos, and some of my friends used the black card to create another Tarot card.
They made this beautiful tattoo that symbolizes a place of magic.
There is also a black and white magic circle that represents a woman, which symbolizes the feminine side of the Tarots.
The red circle is my favorite color because it symbolises my family, and when I see that on my tattoo, it reminds me that my mother is my sister and my father is my father.
My friends also made a card inspired to represent their family.
It is called “The Girl Who Came Before.”
It is a story about a beautiful woman who has appeared before me and will come again to this earth.
I hope you enjoy reading this and that it is a good experience for you as well.
You can read more about my tattoo process, and learn more about Tarot cards, here.
Posted by Tarot Tattooer at 4:23 PM