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Marigold Tattoo

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  • 15th November 2021

Inking a tattoo of a marigold, an October birth flower, would be ideal for those sharing the same birth month. While it symbolizes passion and creativity, negative traits like cruelty, jealousy, and grief are sometimes attached to it, quite contrary to its beautiful appearance. Even flaunting a temporary marigold tattoo would be an eye-catcher in a themed party.

Marigold Tattoo

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Traditional Marigold Tattoos

A traditional marigold tattoo with the flower in its brightest form, sans any modern minimalist design looks the best Yes, getting something as unique as this would cost that extra dollar.

Traditional Marigold Tattoo

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Marigold Traditional Tattoos

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Traditional Marigold Tattoo Pictures

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Marigold Tattoo with Name

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Marigold Tattoo Design

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Marigold Tattoos by Color

Marigold Tattoo Black

The black marigold tattoo highlights its meaning of passion. If you have your tattoo extending from your shoulder to arm, you may wear a black and white sleeveless top, especially to a party to flaunt the gorgeous decoration.

Black and White Marigold Tattoo

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Black Marigold Tattoo

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Marigold Tattoo Black

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Marigold Flower Tattoo Pictures

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Marigold Tattoos by Size

Small and Minimalist Marigold Tattoo

For first-timers, desiring something petite yet elegant, a small marigold tattoo with a simple design would do good. While the black ones are less time-consuming and budget-friendly, the colored flowers are pricey but look more vibrant.

Marigold Flower Tattoo Small

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Marigold Tattoo Small

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Mini Marigold Tattoo Small

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Small Marigold Tattoo

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Minimalist Marigold Tattoo

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Small Marigold Flower Tattoo

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Marigold Birth Flower Tattoo

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Marigold Tattoos with Other Flower Design

Calendula Marigold Tattoo

As these October flowers look alike, it could get a little challenging to tattoo them together. You could either combine yellow calendula with an orange marigold or vice-versa to make the difference felt, rather than an all-black tattoo.

Calendula Marigold Tattoo

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Cosmos and Marigold Tattoo

Both the October flowers look appealing when inked together, with the yellow-orange hue of marigold representing fall combined with the dainty, feminine touch of cosmos. If you already have a marigold inked, and want to add a cosmos just, for the time being, then a temporary one contrasting colors like pink, blue, or purple would perhaps do good.

Cosmos and Marigolds Tattoo

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Daffodil and Marigold Tattoo

A combination of daffodil and marigold is like spring meeting autumn, reflecting brightness and vibrance just as the flowers that stand for hope, positivity, and passion.

Daffodil and Marigold Tattoo

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Marigold and Daisy Tattoo

Daisy represents peace, and when the white flowers merge with the yellow or orange marigolds, the end result is a magnificent visual effect.

Marigold and Daisy Tattoo

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Rose and Marigold Tattoo

Rose tattoos especially in their traditional color look fabulous on the hand and neck, and when teamed with an orange marigold its beauty would certainly double. Yes, the inking process would not be a cakewalk though, keeping in mind the complexities of the designs, thus not a good option for the novice.

Rose and Marigold Tattoo

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A marigold for a tattoo may not be as common and sought-after as a rose, yet it has a charm and uniqueness of its own.

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