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Vine Tattoo Designs

Vine Tattoo Designs

Vine tattoos are very popular among female tattoo lovers, due to their intricate and beautiful patterns. The following article provides some suggestions on the placement of these tattoos and design ideas.
ThoughtfulTattoos Staff
Last Updated: Mar 10, 2018
Tattooing has always been in vogue, and it has a great number of followers, who are always in search of unique tattoo designs. Tattoos provide a great way of expressing thoughts and emotions through the design carved on the body. Every pattern speaks a unique story, and the tattoo bearer can portray his/her personality or nature through the tattoo. Men usually go for dark and bold patterns, while women like to get some intricate and small designs with the use of beautiful colors. Vine tattoos are considered to be feminine tattoo designs since they are made up of slim and curvy vines carved in artistic patterns. Let us know their meanings and then take a look at some tattoo designs.
The Meanings
Like every other design, there are a number of meanings that can be linked to vine tattoos. The meaning of this tattoo basically depends on the type of vine sculpted. Different cultures have different concepts and beliefs about vines. Grapevine, holy, and ivy are three main types of vines that are used for tattooing. In certain cultures, these vines symbolize good aspects, while in some, they are considered to be bad omens. 
Grapevines
Grapevines play an important role in Christianity. The crown of Gluttony is considered to be prepared from the grapevine. While in Roman mythology, it is believed that their god of revelry and wine used to wear a crown made of grapevine.
Ivy
According to Greek mythology, ivy is a symbol of fertility and growth, while Christianity believes ivy to be a symbol of an individual being a pagan and morally weak. Strength and determination are the two meanings for vines according to Celts.
Design Ideas
The best thing about vine tattoos is their versatile and flexible nature. Thus, there are no specific rules when you want to design such a tattoo for yourself. All you need to do is, decide its placement and the type of vine you want in your tattoo. The tattoos that are carved on legs and arms usually design that either extend through the complete length of the arm or leg or that, which wrap around them. Ribs, legs, foot, back, shoulders, etc., are some popular places for getting a vine tattoo. These tattoos require very less ink, but the pattern can cover a large area of the body.
The tattoos can be very well combined with other tattoo designs, like, flower, heart, and angel tattoos. You can go for a design that encircles a small heart tattoo or even carve your name along the flow of the vine tattoo. These tattoos carved on the legs can cover the complete leg area or just a part of it. You can place them anywhere between the foot and the hips. The tattoos when carved to wrap the ankle, and extend over the foot area give striking looks. The designs on the back can be carved either on the lower or upper back. One can also go for symmetrically drawn patterns on both the sides or a complete large tattoo on the back. One more advantage of vine tattoos is a wide scope of using vibrant colors. Thus, you will not go wrong at all, when you want this tattoo on your body.
Visit some tattoo galleries, and decide the tattoo that you would like to have on your body. Also, make sure that the tattooist is an expert to avoid any mishaps. Happy Tattooing!