meet doris

My new tattoo is all done! Excuse her peeling, thanks. This is Doris. She’s named after, and partly fashioned after my Gram. Love her. Thanks to Tine Defiore at Speakeasy Custom Tattoo for making her so lovely.


13 responses to “meet doris

  1. Gah-orge-ous! You had one swanky Gram.

    ♥ Rebecca Jean
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  2. Great tattoo! I have a lovely pinup girl on my back…I should do a post on that sometime…

    • Yes, please do! I would love to see her!

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  3. I love it!!!!!

  4. Not only am I a big fan of ink, but beautiful ink makes me long for more! I love it.

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