There’s nothing more beautiful than a floral watercolor tattoo done right. The soft, edgeless lines and bleeding colors combine for an undeniably elegant composition that puts the “oo” in tattoo. Here are a few of our favorite watercolor flower tattoos that will literally take your breath away.
This gorgeous leg piece.
Soft shades of pink decorate this spindly stem as it rises up the inside of the leg. (Photo: Chris Borchik)
This rose and poppy
These playful daisies.
These white and yellow daisies don’t posses your typical watercolor fill. Instead, wisps of color meander though the flowers like the wind on a breezy day. (Photo: Nichelle Gabbard)
This back shoulder floral arrangement.
Although we’re not sure what type of flowers these are, their sketch style lines and cool shades of green and blue make this piece an absolute pleasure to view. (Photo: Lenara)
These watercolor roses.
The most popular flower in the world get’s the watercolor treatment and in spectacular fashion. Here we have four rose heads with a few leaves still attached. (Photo: Chris Borchik)
This naturalistic bouquet.
This bouquet includes a wide variety of different flowers, wild ones from the looks of them. The artist’s unique style is vaguely reminiscent of a Magic marker that’s running out of ink. (Photo: Rachel Ulm)
This large side piece.
This amazing floral armband.
Small roses of different colors make up this delightful floral armband. Is this possibly the 21st century’s replacement for the barbed wire armband? Let’s hope so. (Photo: Lenara)
This large ribcage work.
Coming in at a close second, first place goes to the rose of course, the cherry blossom is an undeniably popular tattoo choice for it’s delicate pink flowers and spindly branches. (Photo: Deanna Wardin)
This pretty poppy.
Here we have a long-stemmed rose with just a hint of crimson ink. (Photo: June Jung)
A large lotus flower located high on the back. A few geometric shapes created with dotted lines add an extra layer of detail to this watercolor flower tattoo. (Photo: Nelly Morskaya)
This wandering shoulder work.
Gorgeous watercolor flowers with long squiggly stems are strategically placed together to form a fantastic floral composition. (Photo: unknown)
This pink watercolor rose tattoo.
No words for this. Just exaggerated facial expressions. (Photo: June Jung)