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Monday, February 1, 2010


Sure, Tinkerbell Tattoos are cute and girl but how much do we actually know about the history of them, aside from the fact that the character was incorporated into Disney films? Well, let me give you a brief history of the tinkerbell Tattoo. Tinkerbell is a fictional character from J. M. Barrie’s 1904 play and 1911 novel titled Peter and Wendy. She has also appeared in multiple film and television adaptations of the story, in particular the 1953 animated Walt Disney movie Peter Pan. She also appears in the "Peter and the Starcatchers" book series by Ridley Pearson and David Barry. Tinker Bell was described by J.M Barrie as a fairy who mended pots and kettles. Someone who mended pots and pans were often referred to as a tinker. Hence the first part of her name. The "bell" part of her name was derived from the fact that she didn’t use language but simply made the sounds of a bell to communicate. Tinkerbell has since become a classic symbol for the Walt Disney company. Now that you know the history behind this little sprite you can get your tinkerbell tattoo done with confidence and sport a character that is not only fun but also very historic.

I have seen a lot of beautiful women with super nice and very colorful tinkerbell tattoos over the years. Some have been pretty drab with their colors, but I remember a few that made tinkerbell seem like she was just about to fly right over to you. When an artist can do that with a design, it shows how really good they really are. What I think about when I see a babe with tinkerbell tattoos on her body?
I think about a fairy princess and how loving they can be until you make one mad. Then the mischievous tinkerbell comes out and watch out my friends. Tinkerbell was a feisty one if you remember from the books and the movies. Now tinkerbell tattoos come in many sizes shapes and forms, but the best ones I have seen are when she is flying and throwing the stardust all around and you get the shining effect the stardust is suppose to be putting off as it floats in the air. Matter of fact as a tinkerbell tattoos lover once told me a long time ago. Its not what tinkerbell is doing, or has done, its what she is just about to do that matters

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