Patricia Huff Lowman

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Hi All - I'm a 48 yr old mom who's seriously thinking about getting a tattoo with my daughter's name incorporated into it somehow. I love peacock feathers and was trying to combine both ideas. I've been searching on Google images for pictures of peacock feather tattoos & it seems that the only ones that REALLY love are linked to your site! So I'm here just looking at ideas to see what I can come up with!

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Welcome! The best thing you can do is check out tattooers styles that you like. Once you find a tattooer who you would like to work with, take your idea to them and let them design it for you. Chance are they will be able to draw something up better than what you will patch together here or on the Internet. If you let us know where you are located, some one could help point you in the direction of some quality artists to check out.

Enjoy your browsing of LST!

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