These matching trees.
Here we have two tiny conifer trees decorating the wrists of these two sisters. (Photo: Louise Abadie)
These lovely watercolor creations.
These interesting watercolor swirls feature the word “bakave.” We’re not exactly sure what means but perhaps a last name or a delicious almond flavored pastry? (Photo: Simona Blanar)
These triangular glyphs.
Each triangle is filled in to mark each sister’s place in relation to age. Which way the order begins though we couldn’t tell you. (Photo: Shley)
These black and grey ink flowers.
Floral love. (Photo: Karl Otto)
These matching palms.
Sometimes nothing beats just spelling it out. Now are they talking about their sister or a tropical locale? Our bet is some days it’s definitely the latter. (Photo: Jane Pham)
These cool foot tattoos.
Simple, yet devastatingly divine. (Photo: Sara Overton)
These clock hand tattoos.
Here we have four sets of clock hands sans the timepiece. Perhaps they are quadruplets and this is apx. the time they all came into the world? Probably not, but hey, that sure would be cool. (Photo: Melissa Attard)
Nice tattoos, great photo composition. (Photo: Ashleigh Schut)
These cute PB & J sister tattoos.
We go together like peanut butter and jelly. Cookies and milk. Macaroni and cheese. Rape and murder. (Photo: Martha Pranckuviene)
These adorable leg tats.
Pretty sure this type of thing was outlawed long ago. (Photo: Sabrina)