Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Another Outlander Tattoo!

Ooooh this is getting fun!  Take a look at My Outlander Purgatory friend Kelly's Outlander tattoo!  Isn't it purdy?! 

(If you have an Outlander tattoo - please, by all means...SHOW US!)




22 comments:

  1. LOVE this one! I have Claire's ring with this engraved on the inside, too.

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  2. Thanks!! I have 4 tattoos and this one is my favorite and the most painful haha:)

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  3. So jealous! That is the one I've been wanting to get. I was thinking around my ankle. Very cool!!

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  4. Kelly
    that is beautiful, it has definately got to go on my tat wish list now i've seen an example.
    if you don't mind me asking, do you get to show it much and what is the usual reaction when you translate it?
    :-)

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  5. @ Marci - dooo iiiiit :)

    @ Lesley - I show it as much as possible lol I love it cause I gave my tattoo guy the words and said that I wanted it pretty and this is what he drew up and I fell in love with it instantly. When I tell them what it means, they love it.

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  6. Marci
    Yes i'm thinking ankle as well but would i need a sedative first? -lol -The one on my shoulder was painful enough.
    :-)

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  7. All I know is the ribs hurt like hell lol I don't know much about the ankle, but it all depends on your pain tolerance I think. The two on my ribs hurt the most, the one in the middle of my back and wrist didn't hurt at all.

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  8. Thanks Kelly, don't think i'll go near my ribs then lol. Now to make the decision, find a tatooist who will do it while i'm breastfeeding and save the pennies ( ooh just thought DH owes me a xmas pressie and my birthday is coming up hmmmm)
    :-)
    and sorry Carol to hijack the thread :-)

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  9. Simply beautiful, Kelly! Love it!

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  10. i love it Kelly!! I wish i could do something on my ribs like that, but two kids destroyed that, lol. That is so the next phrase i want to get, i think im going to do it perpendicular to my wrist, so going down my fore arm, in the same script. I love the script yours is done in though! Its absolutly gorgeous!

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  11. Thanks JeDeCe/svonnida

    @ svonnida - My tattoo guy came up with the script and the "dien mille altera" is just the basic serifed font - but by all means use it - I take it as a compliment when others want to copy my tattoo. Just make sure you show me when you get it :)

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  12. It's absolutely beautiful !! I can't wait to get home and look up what it means so can someone tell me in the next 6 hours hahaha.
    RE: Calendar entries...I found the photos taken at the Scottish Family Picnic Day 2010 if anyone's interested :)
    http://kiwiscouser.blogspot.com/
    Also CARLA....found the Dunedin photos for ya :)

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  13. This is absolutely beautiful Kelly. I love the font, it's a little bit different that the usual 'writing'. Makes me consider getting one but when I see a needle I start to hyperventilate! lol

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  14. That is beautiful, Kelly.....triple ouch!

    @Megan.....left a note on your blog. Scots Dunedin is lovely!

    So....MOP sisters C & T, you sporting any Outlander tats?

    Carla

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  15. LOL Svon - my kids ruined my chances for ever having a nice mid-section again too...well, without plastic surgery, that is. LOL!

    Carla - Tracey and I are tat-free. I've considered getting one over the years...but I don't know if I'm a tat person. Some are, some aren't, ya know? I love to see what other people get though...especially when they are Outlander or Twilight related. If I were to get one, it would most likely involve a celtic knot and would possibly be my kids' names. :)

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  16. So pretty!

    I think we should all get Outlander tatoos!

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  17. @carol, i love the idea of having your kids names in tattoos, i have my oldest son's footprint, and my youngest son's handprint next to each other on my calf, i get compliments all the time.
    @menatra, i know what you mean, im all nervous until i get in the chair and the machine starts, then im fine, it doesnt feel wonderful, but it is not as bad as you think, depending on where you get them, Kelly is a brav soul, i have heard the ribs are the worst as far as pain factor, but for a tat like that, i would do it too lol.

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  18. @ Megan - Da Mi Basa Mille means "Give Me A Thousand Kisses" and Dien Mille Altera means "Then Another Thousand" or "Then A Thousane More"

    @ Menatra - Thank you :)

    @ Svonnida - I remember telling my guy where I wanted it and the face he gave me was like "youuuuur gonna be in paaaaaaain" lol but he's pretty much tattooing bone up there, it was definitely the most painful of the 4, but soooooooo worth it :)

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  19. KELLY: Thanks for that :) It's beautiful in design and meaning.

    CAROL: Thanks for the photo post comments...by all means link away :)

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  20. @ kelly..of the 10 that i have the wrist was the least painful of them all. You are a brave soul lol.

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  21. So this site seems to be the only place I can actually find an Outlander tattoo. I am thinking of getting "Je Suis Prest" maybe with a celtic knot around my ankle or "Dinna Fash" with dragon flies around it. What do you think? I love reading, and what better way to recognize it than the best loved fictional characters?

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  22. I want this with a amber and teal colored dragonfly and Scottish thistle blooms woven in the Celtic knot around it...

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