Pansy Tattoos Gainesville GA

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Magic Dragon Tattoo
(770) 287-9545
237 John W Mrrw Jr Pkwy
Gainesville, GA
 
The Dragon's Den
(706) 216-6990
8426 Highway 53 E
Dawsonville, GA
 
Puddytats Tattooing Studio
(770) 271-7566
4131 Hamilton Mill Rd
Buford, GA
 
Uncle Freddie's Tattoo && Body
(678) 482-8300
4140 S Lee St
Buford, GA
 
Magick Dragon Tattoo
(770) 287-9545
237 John W Morrow Jr Pkwy
Gainesville, GA

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Magic Dragon Tattoo
(770) 287-9545
237 John W Mrrw Jr Pkw
Gainesville, GA
 
The Dragon's Den
(706) 216-6990
8426 Highway 53 E
Dawsonville, GA
 
Puddytats Tattooing Studio
(770) 271-7566
4131 Hamilton Mill Rd
Buford, GA
 
Creative Mind's Tattoo & Body Piercing Inc
(678) 482-8300
4140 S Lee St
Buford, GA
 
New Vision Tattoo
(770) 535-0006
107 Washington St NE
Gainesville, GA

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Pansy tattoos

Pansy Flower Tattoos -  The pansy flower's name comes from the French word pensee which means thought or remembrance. Because pansies often have three colors in one blossom, they have been symbolic of the Trinity. Associated with the first wedding anniversary. Engaged couples placed garlands of pansies around their portraits.

Flowers as tattoo designs and symbols can be far more than just pretty pictures on pretty girls. Flowers are the embodiment of nature and concise symbols of the cycle of birth, life, procreation, death and rebirth. Specific flowers have come to represent a myriad of different beliefs in different cultures. In the East, the lotus flower has tremendous spiritual significance, as does the rose in the West. Similarly, the tremendous spectrum of colors present in flowers can have symbolic importance; white for purity, red for passion, or to represent the blood of Christ are but a few examples.

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The popular Pansy was also called "Heartsease" for its ability to cure love sickness. Carry this flower to ensure your sweetheart's love.

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Pansy is not only a decorative plant but it is also used in phytotherapy. Because of its purifying properties infusion of wild pansy is considered particularly useful for pediatric skin problems (or more generally in dermatoses) such as acne or eczemas, and as a supportive treatment of chronic lesions of urinary system.

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