I lost my Father when I was 15 and also my Mother in August last year.I have been thinking of getting a tattoo done in memory of them does anyone have any ideas or Tattoos of the same kind of idea ...
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25-07-2013 10:44 #1
25-07-2013 10:59 #2
Did they have particular interests? Ie. cars, sewing, a particular flower. Could you incorporate that into it somehow?
If I were to get something in your situation, I would get a two kind of matching tattoos ie. a motor on one shoulder blade with your dad's name and a sewing machine on the other with your mum's name... iykwim?
25-07-2013 12:58 #3
Like above poster said something that reminds you of them.
Or if their passing was due to cancer/health issue then something that signifies that like a ribbon etc.
25-07-2013 13:15 #4Senior Member
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My Mum has passed away and I want to get something small also. My mother, father, son and partner are/were all Aries so I think I will get the Aries symbol
26-07-2013 11:06 #5
My mum pass away aug 2004.My tattoo is a rose with Mum underneath. Its simple but means the world to me. My dad passed away 2 years ago. Some day i want to get a horse and Dad underneath.
26-07-2013 11:47 #6
This may be a bit of a stretch in your Dad's case, but do you have any cards or letters that were written to you from them.
I've seen tattoos before where the tattooist has copied the "love Mum/love Dad" from a card (in the parent's writing) and tattooed that on people who have lost them. IYKWIM.
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26-07-2013 12:26 #7
I got a memorial tattoo for the babies I have lost, I looked into birth month symbols and picked out the flowers of their birth months and had them put into eternal sunshine/breeze. It is still my favourite tattoo.
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