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Some people just want small tattoos of symbols because they simply don’t want to commit to large tattoos and they wanna keep them personal… so here are some rad ones that we can suggest. ;) Choose what resonates with your personality among these cute & small symbol tattoos that are small in size but BIG…

Some people just want small tattoos of symbols because they simply don’t want to commit to large tattoos and they wanna keep them personal… so here are some rad ones that we can suggest. ;) Choose what resonates with your personality among these cute & small symbol tattoos that are small in size but BIG…

Pétala scrapbook e design - papelaria personalizada, scrapbooking, livro de assinatura..

Pétala scrapbook e design - papelaria personalizada, scrapbooking, livro de assinatura..

Adorable geometric animals, the colours on the elephant compliant each other very well and portrays nice contrast and tone too.

Adorable geometric animals, the colours on the elephant compliant each other very well and portrays nice contrast and tone too.

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geometrical+washi+tape+wall+design+-+DIY/+April+and+the+Bear (1000×1500)

geometrical+washi+tape+wall+design+-+DIY/+April+and+the+Bear (1000×1500)

washi tape headboard - Sök på Google

washi tape headboard - Sök på Google

Vinyl Wall Decal Elephant Head Animal Tribal Ornament Stickers (ig3551)

Vinyl Wall Decal Elephant Head Animal Tribal Ornament Stickers (ig3551)

Ganesha is one of the most well-recognized deities in Buddhism. He has an elephant head and a large belly, and sometimes has a mount. Ganesha is also known as Ganapati or Vinayaka. As the "remover of obstacles" and being associated with new beginnings, Ganesha is often worshipped or prayed to when starting something new -- like a business or getting married.

Ganesha is one of the most well-recognized deities in Buddhism. He has an elephant head and a large belly, and sometimes has a mount. Ganesha is also known as Ganapati or Vinayaka. As the "remover of obstacles" and being associated with new beginnings, Ganesha is often worshipped or prayed to when starting something new -- like a business or getting married.

I'm not much for a skull person but this is really adorable.

I'm not much for a skull person but this is really adorable.

Learn the meanings of fall flowers. | JustFab Blog

Learn the meanings of fall flowers. | JustFab Blog