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Rock City Tattoo
(802) 477-7625
129 North Main Street
Barre, VT
 
Good Ink
(802) 244-5500
23 S Main St Ste 1
Waterbury, VT
 
Yankee Tattoo
(802) 862-3328
198 Pearl St
Burlington, VT
 
Paladin Tattooing
(802) 773-1549
163 State St
Rutland, VT
 
Sarahs Tattoo Parlor
(802) 868-4711
9 Grand Ave
Swanton, VT
 
Aartistic Inc.
(802) 229-6663
11 Main St
Montpelier, VT
 
Aartistic Art Tattoo
(802) 229-6663
11 Main St
Montpelier, VT

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Yavonnes Inc N Air Graphics
(802) 885-8154
9 Foster Ave
Springfield, VT
 
Razatat Tattoo
(802) 447-7909
463 Main St
Bennington, VT
 
Rock City Tattoo
(802) 477-7625
129 North Main Street
Barre, VT
 
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Bluebird tattoos

Eastern Blue BirdBluebird Tattoos - The bluebird -- like the swallow with which it's often associated -- is a favourite nautical symbol of good luck. As a nautical tattoo design, the bluebird has sometimes been mistaken within popular culture for the swallow, or swift, and the two very different species of birds have quite similar colouring, with bright accents of blue and orange, verging to both red and yellow. In mythology, the bluebird is the universally acknowledged sign of happiness, prosperity, good health, and the arrival of spring. The beautiful blue of its plumage is associated with the sky and eternal happiness. Unlike the swallow, it does not have a 'dark' side.

In magical symbology the bluebird represents confidence. And in the Valentine myth, the Bluebird is a 'man of laughter' and symbolizes happy love. Because of its benign qualities, it has become a favourite subject in European fairy tales -- and song. 'The Bluebird of Happiness' became a popular song in the 1940's.

According to one Native American tribe, the first-born son of the Sun was called Bluebird. Another myth hails the bluebird as the spirit associated with the rising sun. A dead bluebird is associated with loss of innocence and disillusionment.

In Korea, legend has it that the Bluebird flutters around humans and reports back to the gods. 'A little bird told me,' could well apply to the bluebird.

Bluebird Inspiration Gallery - Click here to get inspired! Traditionally, the bluebird (or depending upon your belief, the swallow) is tattooed on o...

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