These floral sister tattoos.
According to the artist, she tattooed one of these flowers on her sister and liked it so much that she decided to give one to herself. She was truly inspired by her sister. (Photo: Hannah)
Wouldn’t it be cool if these were modeled after each sister’s real fingerprints? (Photo: Sey3Yrbon)
Fun fact: There are 88 different official constellations in our night’s sky. Can you name them all? (Photo: Lauren Fernandez)
This moon and sun.
These matching shells.
Two delightful examples of shading. (Photo: Anna Stevens)
Fun fact: The highest flight of a Monarch butterfly ever recorded was over 11,000 ft by a glider pilot. (Photo: Elm Street Tattoo)
These small four-leaf clovers.
These tiny tats were labeled as shamrocks but in reality they’re four-leaf clovers. If you’re lucky enough to find one of these genetic mutations, you’re in for some good luck and prosperity. Especially if you happen to come across one by pure happenstance. (Photo: Lauryn Lesovsky)
These matching trees.
Sun and moon sister tattoos.
And stars. (Photo: Laura Coulton)
These adorable ankle tats.
Can you hear me now? (Photo: Chelsea)
These matching Russian nesting dolls.
The nesting dolls featured earlier on the list are hard to follow but something about these black ink pieces makes them equally appealing in our book. (Photo: Vanessa Andrea Garcia)
These cute wrist tats.
Twinkle twinkle. (Photo: Sofia Mittica)
These wonderful watercolor works.
They should have special phone plans just for sister to sister communication. (Photo: Chloe)
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