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Heart And Rose Tattoos And Designs-Heart And Rose Tattoo Ideas, Meanings, And Pictures

Updated on August 23, 2013
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Richard Hale is a tattoo enthusiast who studies and researches tattoo symbolism, meanings, and history.

Heart And Rose Tattoo Design Pictures

Heart And Rose Tattoos

Heart and rose tattoos are a popular tattoo combination among men and women. Heart and rose tattoo designs depict the rose and heart. Rose and heart tattoos may only portray the rose and heart, others may include associated symbols and elements. Both the rose and heart are powerful symbols that are known all around the world. The heart and rose represent similar meanings as a tattoo.

The heart and rose tattoo can be designed in a variety of different designs and styles. The heart and rose design can be inked in many different colors and sizes, giving both the tattoo artist and wearer plenty to consider. Although the heart is commonly red, roses can be red, white, yellow, pink, peach, purple, or even blue. The heart can also be versatile, designed in any style, color, or size that you want.

Rose and heart tattoo designs often include banners, text, and lettering. "Mom" and "Dad" tattoo designs often includes roses and hearts within the sketch. Rose and hearts are also popular with parents, getting this type of tattoo to represent their children. Couples also get the rose and heart tattoo, although it is advised that you don't.

Heart And Rose Tattoo Designs

Heart and rose tattoo designs can be designed in many different ways. The heart and rose tattoo is often designed with other symbols, such as flowers, stars, swallows, barbed wire, and even flames. Rose and heart designs may be simple or created to be absolute eye catchers. Both the rose and heart are old school tattoo symbols. Sailors, captains, and fishermen were among the first people to make these symbols popular. Today, the heart and rose are two of the most popular and most used tattoo symbols in the world.

As mentioned earlier, the heart and rose can be inked in several different variations. As far as rose tattoo variations, you could choose the red rose, white rose, pink rose, yellow rose, peach rose, purple rose, or blue rose. Roses can be designed to look realistic or sketched in a simple way. Some heart and rose tattoo designs may portray the petals of the rose while others depict the entire rose.

Rose and heart tattoos can also design the heart in different variations. Sacred heart tattoo designs portrays a heart with flames, often protected by barbed wire or chain links. The heart can also be inked to look realistic, depicting arteries, veins, and the actual heart. Heart and rose tattoos may also sketch the heart to look simple, one dimensional. Just like the rose, hearts can be designed in various styles, shapes, colors, and sizes.

The heart and rose is often designed with other symbols and elements. These symbols can represent different meanings for each design. The heart and rose represent love, passion, and desire. However, if we see a heart with arrows tattoo, this would symbolize pain and heartbreak. A bleeding rose tattoo or bleeding heart tattoo can represent the same thing, which is another option or variation.

There's dozens of heart and rose tattoo designs pictured in this article. Take the time to view each one and their characteristics. View each design and see how the heart and rose is designed in each tattoo. This will give you a general idea of what rose and heart tattoos look like. Also, you can gain ideas and inspiration by viewing the pictured tattoo designs.

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Heart And Rose Tattoo Meanings

Heart and rose tattoo meanings can symbolize a variety of different things. Depending on the heart and rose tattoo design, your heart and rose can represent positive or negative meanings. Remember though, in the end, your heart and rose symbolizes what you want it too. Below, you'll find the meanings of the heart and rose tattoo.

  • Passion
  • Love
  • Desire
  • Forever
  • Faith
  • Hope
  • Death
  • Heartbreak
  • Loss
  • Tribute
  • Respect
  • Pain

Before Your Heart And Rose Tattoo

Before you get your heart and rose tattoo, there are a few things that you need to consider. Just as you are now, be sure to take the time to research your tattoo. Make sure that you fully understand what your tattoo symbolize and stands for. Don't get inked only to find out later that your design represents something different from what you first thought.

View hundreds of tattoo designs before you choose your heart and rose tattoo design or any design for that matter. The more you view, the better. Don't jump into the first design you see, even if you like it, take the time to view more designs. Men and women that rush to get inked usually have regrets about their tattoo later on down the road. You don't want to go through the process of cover ups and laser removal, make the right choice the first time around.

If you feel that the heart and rose tattoo is not for you, please take the time to view more tattoo designs in the links below.

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      Richard Ricky Hale 4 years ago from West Virginia

      @Btrbell, thanks again for dropping in, for the read, votes.

      @Ruby, heart and rose tattoo designs are beautiful. I think its cool that the rose and heart symbolize the same things. Thanks AE, take care.

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

      These are beautiful! I love roses..

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      Randi Benlulu 4 years ago from Mesa, AZ

      Up, beautiful and interesting! Thank you!