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Embroidery tattoo is the thing.

Embroidery and tattoo. Two things that may sound like they are clashing. But is it as odd as it might sound? 


Embroidery may be connected to your grandma and old fashioned wall hangings, and it has more of a soft touch to it. Tattoos might takes your mind to ink, sterile environments, tough guys and not really that soft touch as embroidery brings. This is actually the perfect match. Unexpected but brilliant!
These tattoos looks like they have been sowed in to the skin – we love them! Would you consider doing one? Scroll down for some inspiration (pictures are linked to their source).

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