Vine Tattoos

Vine Tattoos

For centuries, vine tattoos have been favored by both men and women because of their elegance and symbolism. For the early Christians, grapevines were used to create thorny wreaths and crowns, such as that worn by Jesus Christ. Although vines were used to represent torturous devices,Christians of the Catholic tradition see vines as representations of power and strength. Apart from the ancient Christians, vines were also favored by the Greeks and the Romans for their body inks. Tattoos of vineswere chosen because they depicted love and friendship. Although they are suitable for men as well, women favor vines because they also epitomize the essence of femininity.

Tattoos of vines are adaptable, meaning you can have them emblazoned anywhere on your body. You can have a small and narrowtattoo on your wrist, or a big one on your lower leg. You can have a straight vine on your back, or an enveloping one around your arms.You can go for a simple style, or you can ask your tattoo artist to add accents to your vine tattoos. Beautiful highlights for women include flowers such as lilies, roses, and lotuses. For the ultimate womanly look, ask your tattoo stylist to use vibrant colors for your ink. As for men, their vine tattoos can be improved with the addition of Celtic and tribal art styles in black ink.




Little Butterfly and Flower Vine Tattoo
Gothic and Floral Celtic Cross
Cherry Blossom Flower Branch Tattoo
Butterflies and vine
Art Deco Polynesian
Lilies and butterflies
Lotus Vine
Rose Vine
Vine Butterfly
Filigree Lilly Vine
Vines and Leaves
Butterfly and Vines
Rose vine tattoo
Sbink Green Rose Vine
feminine tree of life
Bass Clef Vine with Butterfly
Infinity Vine
SBink Grey and Green Rose Vine
Steam-punk Mechanical Owl
SBink Tribal Flowers
Side/Back Elegant Cancer awareness/ paws
SBink Rose Vine
rose flower vine
Forget-Me-Nots
Zentangle Flower design
infinity with vines
Floral Filigree Tattoo
A variety of flowers
Swirling filigree
Tribal vine