Tattoos with Kids Names
Tattoos with kids names on them have always been popular, particularly with men but these days more and more women are also having them done to mark the birth of a child. The aim of the majority of those who choose a name tattoo is usually to show their love for someone so they get them in honour of their beloved, and surely there is no one more loved than a child by its parents.
A common choice for this type of tattoo used to be a basic heart and rose design in very limited colours, mainly green, red and blue but while it is still a popular shape quality and quantity of designs available has increased tenfold with many even designing their own. In fact, many people are designing their own but if you lack the artistic ability to do so find a reputable and skilled tattoo artist who can either do it for you or choose an existing design which can be custom made so that it is exclusive for you.
One of the most important decisions when deciding on tattoos with names on them is the choice of script that it will be inked in. Some will choose a prominent location for the tattoo with big bold letters that are proudly on display for all to see while others prefer a smaller personal script in a more discrete part of the body. One may even opt for the name to be written in a foreign language with Chinese, Japanese and Thai script being particularly common as are Arabic and Hebrew writing or olde English style calligraphy, a popular choice of many females. While using another language may be cool and different, it would be wise to check with a linguist first that the text is written correctly and means exactly what it should before you proceed with the actual inking.
Men and women as a rule will both decide on very different areas of the body to display their name tattoos with the female opting for discretion while the macho male will choose a more prominent location where he can show it off with pride. Arms, backs, chests and legs are all popular choice with men while women are more likely to choose the inside of their wrist, ankle, foot or even the nape of the neck at the top of their spine, for their tattoos with kids names.