10. Dotted Sunburst Flower
Giving flowers an artistic aspect, dots work perfectly with the sunburst to symbolize birth and new life.
11. Locked Heart
Not everyone gives his/hers heart easily. There are people that reserved in love, and there are those who are all-in. But a better explanation here would be someone has locked this heart, and nobody else will be able to unlock it. Like I said, there is a hidden story behind every tattoo.
12. Winged Crown
Crown is the symbol of authority. But what the tattoo does here is “lighten up the mood”, showing that even authority needs to be lose from time to time.
13. Dotted Lotus Design
Back to the lotus flower, we already said that the lotus represents rebirth. The good thing about lotus flower is versatility. You can execute the tattoo in so many different ways, and dots, like in the previous tattoo, give a certain artistic aspect.
14. The Goddess Isis
For those of you who don’t know who Isis is, she was a Goddess in Ancient Egypt, representing the ideal wife and mother. People worshiped Isis in other religions, as someone who was able to speak to both sinners and slaves, but also to aristocrats.
15. Love Potion In Lace
Charming and adorable, love potion is often a matching tattoo idea. They don’t have to be identical, as long as both the boy and the girl have a love potion tattooed.
16. Three Flowers
Showing the romantic side, flowers are often misinterpreted in the world of tattoos. The reason is simple, every flower represents something different, and not many people know the true meaning. Which is a good thing, as not many will be able to understand your tattoo.
17. Dotted Chandelier Design
As you’ve might noticed so far, there are lots of designs involving dots. The reason is simple, dots make everything look better, more sophisticated and elegant. As for the chandelier, it is self-explanatory, chandeliers symbolize dreams and dreaming.