56+ Wonderful Flower Tattoo Ideas To Bring You To Nature

By Jason Hamilton / November 14, 2019
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Flower tattoos are very popular in different kinds, sizes, and colors. They make the tattoo look more attractive and pretty. If your tattoos are too plain, you can add up some beautiful flowers to make it look more awesome.

Flowers are one of the most beautiful things the universe has created. It is pleasing to the eyes and its beauty has been compared to a lot of beauties in this world. Perhaps that is the reason why men gave flowers when courting a woman, and whenever someone is sick to cheer them up. The radiant beauty of the flowers makes us feel better. It is also one of the popular symbols of femininity.

In this article, we will be sharing with you our beautifully curated gallery of flower tattoo designs that you will most definitely love as well as the styles you can do with the said tattoo design.

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Flower Tattoo Symbolism

Various flowers and colors will symbolize different things. The red flower symbolizes a burning passion, while white flower design symbolizes purity. Yellow flower can stand for jealousy while violet rose can mean someone who is shy and timid. There are several different colors and design available, giving plenty of meaning to those who desire flowers tattoos.

Flower Tattoo Designs You Can Go To

Floral tattoos are versatile. A flower design can be anything you want it to be. Whether you want something pretty, feminine, trendy, creative and more. Not only that but flowers have their own language and can be a symbol of many different things. We love floral tattoos hand have found 23 of the best flower tattoo ideas for women. There is something for everyone!

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Here are just some of the flower tattoo designs we know that will surely spark your interest!

Chrysanthemum Tattoo

Floral tattoos are versatile. A flower design can be anything you want it to be. Whether you want something pretty, feminine, trendy, creative and more. Not only that but flowers have their own language and can be a symbol of many different things. We love floral tattoos hand have found 23 of the best flower tattoo ideas for women. There is something for everyone!

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The meaning of chrysanthemum varies from society to society. In Japan, for example, the chrysanthemum symbolizes royalty because of the emperor’s use of the flower as the imperial emblem. In Australia, Chrysanthemums are considered as a symbol of love for mothers because “mums”, as they call it, is considered the official flower for Mother’s Day in Australia. In other parts of the world, the chrysanthemum signifies joy and beauty despite the oncoming winter since the flower blooms in the fall.

Since Chrysanthemums almost always have a uniform look, most chrysanthemum tattoo designs just have the flower inked on the body without any alterations at all. The only thing that would differ from one chrysanthemum tattoo to the other is the usage of watercolor as the ink of the said tattoo design.

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Here are some of the most beautiful chrysanthemum tattoo designs we saw on the web.

A large thigh tattoo of a pink chrysanthemum with a pocket watch.

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A large sleeve tattoo of a chrysanthemum with a snake slithering within its petals.

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A shoulder tattoo of a chrysanthemum’s core petals.

A large sketch-like chest tattoo of chrysanthemum petal’s that extends to the sleeve area of the body.

chrysathemum large sketch side tattoo

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A large leg tattoo of chrysanthemum with its stem.

Chrysanthemum with Stem leg tattoo

An arm tattoo of a chrysanthemum still with its prickly stems and leaves.

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A large sleeve tattoo of a chrysanthemum with a Mandala.

A small yet intricate ankle tattoo of a chrysanthemum.

A large watercolor leg tattoo of a red chrysanthemum with its leaves.

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A large lower back tattoo of a red chrysanthemum with its leaves still attached.

Chrysanthemum Red Back Tattoo

A watercolor sleeve tattoo of a purple chrysanthemum blossoming.

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A watercolor tattoo of a purple chrysanthemum inked on the back with other artistic embellishments.

A large watercolor leg tattoo of purple chrysanthemum.

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A monochromatic tattoo of chrysanthemum with a high level of detail work on the petals.

chrysanthemum pink side tattoo

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A pink chrysanthemum tattoo on the back with watercolor as its ink.

Another highly-detailed chrysanthemum tattoo on the sleeve area.

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An orange chrysanthemum chest tattoo with leaves.

An arm tattoo of a blossoming chrysanthemum.

A large sleeve tattoo of a blue chrysanthemum with daffodils and artistic embellishments.

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A large head tattoo of a red chrysanthemum blossoming.

An intricate chrysanthemum sleeve tattoo with a green-colored stem.

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A large highly-detailed monochromatic sleeve tattoo of chrysanthemum petals.

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A large leg tattoo of a blossoming chrysanthemum.

A watercolor tattoo of a chrysanthemum at autumn with its petals falling from the core.

A sketch-like arm tattoo of a chrysanthemum blossoming.

Lotus Flower Tattoo

Lotus flower tattoo is undeniably one of the most beautiful flower tattoos that can be engraved in one’s body, and there are so many people in the world who prefer to have it than anything else. Aside from the fact that it looks so gorgeous as body art, lotus flower also symbolizes a number of things. It is even closely connected to several religions in the world. With that being said, it is no longer surprising why great numbers of tattoo lovers are attracted to such flower design tattoo.

Zhou Dunyi, a Confucian scholar, once claimed that he “love[s] the lotus because while growing from mud, it is unstained.” As one of the most significant flowers in Eastern cultures, the lotus flower symbolizes a variety of values related to spirituality. In fact, in Asia, Egypt, and India, the lotus is as culturally significant as the rose is in North America.

Lotus flower tattoos are beautiful tattoo designs. Both women and men can have lotus tattoos on their body where they wish to have. Here we collect some of coolest lotus flower tattoo designs and ideas for men and women both.

Here are some of the tattoo designs you can do with the lotus flower tattoo:

An intricate mandala tattoo inked on the upper left pectoral of the chest.

Detailed Floral Mandala Chest Tattoo

A vibrant and colorful flower mandala tattoo design on the upper half of the sleeve.

An exquisite and highly detailed floral mandala design on the thighs.

An alluring floral mandala tattoo inked on the hand.

Alluring wrist mandala Tattoo

 An intricately designed mandala tattoo perfect for your forearm.

A floral-inspired mandala tattoo embracing the shoulder and sleeve parts of the body

A painful yet beautiful Mandala tattoo emphasizing the back part.

A highly detailed geometric lotus flower tattoo on the forearm.

Another highly detailed forearm tattoo of a lotus flower with geometric detailing.

A small but intricate lotus flower tattoo on the wrist.

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A beautifully made geometric lotus flower tattoo on the leg.

An artfully made back tattoo of a geometric lotus flower.

A line only design for a geometric lotus flower tattoo on the forearm.

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A colorful leg tattoo of a lotus flower with geometric detailing.

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A lotus flower tattoo on the upper sleeve with additional geometric detailing.

A back tattoo of a lotus flower with thin geometric detailing.

A medium size lotus flower tattoo that is highly detailed with geometric design elements.

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The Dandelion Tattoo

If you have a Pinterest or Instagram account, odds are you’ve seen your fair share of dandelion tattoos. More specifically, the design in which the flower’s seeds can be seen blowing off the stem into the air before transforming into birds. While this trend is about as common as any in the industry, it does make for a wondering work of art, which is why it’s become so popular. So popular in fact that about half of all the dandelion designs out there are of this style.

In some ways, dandelions are the quintessential flower of our childhood: many of us have nostalgic memories of blowing away the dandelion’s tiny seeds into the wind, making a wish. As adults, we look back on the dandelion, and we’re reminded of youthful fancies. This unique flower is also a longstanding symbol of healing: The Latin term for dandelion, ‘Taraxacum Officinale’ translates to mean ‘the official remedy for disorders. Below, we’ve put together a dandelion tattoo dictionary, explaining the meaning behind each one of these tattoo designs.

A highly detailed dandelion tattoo on the shoulder.

A highly detailed four dandelion tattoo on the wrist.

A highly detailed dandelion tattoo combined with bird tattoo on the back.

A highly detailed two dandelion tattoo on the back.

A combination of dandelion and butterfly tattoo designs on the back.

A highly detailed dandelion tattoo on the back.

A highly detailed dandelion tattoo on the back.

A highly detailed dandelion tattoo on the forearm.

A highly detailed dandelion tattoo on the shoulder.

A highly detailed and intricately designed dandelion tattoo on the shoulder.

A highly detailed and intricately designed dandelion tattoo on the back.

A highly detailed and intricately designed dandelion tattoo on the back.

A highly detailed and intricately designed dandelion tattoo with an added feather tattoo design on the forearm.

A highly detailed and intricately designed small dandelion tattoo on the back.

An intricately designed small dandelion tattoo on the foot.

An intricately designed and vibrantly colored blue and purple watercolor dandelion tattoo on the forearm.

An intricately designed and vibrantly colored multicolored watercolor dandelion tattoo on the forearm.

An intricately designed and vibrantly colored blue watercolor dandelion tattoo on the forearm.

An intricately designed and vibrantly colored multi colored watercolor dandelion tattoo on the forearm.

An intricately designed and vibrantly colored multi-colored watercolor dandelion tattoo on the chest to the neck.

An intricately designed and vibrantly colored multicolored watercolor dandelion tattoo on the thigh.

An intricately designed multi-colored watercolor dandelion tattoo on the two wrists.

multicolored watercolor dandelion tattoo on the back.

An intricately designed and vibrantly colored multicolored watercolor dandelion tattoo on the side.

An intricately designed and vibrantly colored multicolored watercolor dandelion tattoo on the forearm.

An intricately designed multi-colored watercolor dandelion tattoo on the forearm.

Other Flower Tattoo Designs For You

If you think these designs are still not for you, here are some other flower tattoo designs you will definitely appreciate!

A very intricate half sleeve and chest tattoo of a dandelion.

A forearm tattoo of birds and a dandelion.

An upper back tattoo of a dead dandelion.

A highly detailed black ink dandelion tattoo on the leg.

An intricate rib cage tattoo of a dandelion.

This diverging tribal mandala style perfectly crafted in the upper right back and arm portions of the body.

Another tribal mandala tattoo on the sleeves with intricate details.

A floral mandala tattoo on the upper arm portion of the sleeves area.

 This full-length sleeve mandala tattoo is intricately designed as if it is some kind of expensive artwork.

Powerful Sleeve Mandala Tattoo

A beautiful crafted modern digitalized mandala tattoo wrapping around the full length and circumference of the arm.

This feather shaped tattoo with mandala detailing represent nature with an edge.

This flower-shaped mandala tattoo was carefully inked on the forearm.

forearm mandala inspired tattoo

A highly detailed and non-colored neotraditional mandala tattoo on the forearm.

Mandala Inspired Tattoo

A forearm tattoo of a very intricate mandala giving off a sharp and edgy vibe to anyone who wears it confidently.

Tribal Mandala Forearm Tattoo

 

An enticing mandala flower tattoo on the shoulder that can attract anyone’s eyes.

Perfect collar bone tattoo inspired by Mandala Themed

two detailed half flower mandala tattoo designs on both side of the back creating a fierce aesthetic sense to the design.

A highly detailed flower mandala tattoo with chandelier-like design elements added to accentuate the design even further.

Jaw-dropping Back Mandala themes tattoo

This stunning floral tattoo gives off a vibrant vibe on the center.

A lovely full-length nature art represents feminity in every inch.

This aesthetic sternum mandala tattoo adds a sexy and seductive aura to any women who have it.

This brown colored hip floral mandala tattoo will definitely bring out your inner seductive personality.

Another intricate hip tattoo overflowing with confidence and sultriness.

 


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About the author

Jason Hamilton

Jason has been an avid fan of tattoos for over 13 years now. He is currently 35 years old, and he got his first tattoo at the age of 22. Since then, he has added over 20 tattoos to his collection. He is also into writing, which is why he decided to celebrate both of his passion and hobby through tats ‘n’ rings. Jason dreams of having his very own tattoo parlor soon. Jason would be very happy to answer any questions about tattoos that you may have! Leave a comment below and he’ll answer it for you right away!

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