Mythical religious figures always fascinate us. All of us have heard numerous stories about their miracles and divine powers that they possess. We love to read their tales and also like to wear tattoos with the different mythical figures as the central theme. Well, among the various mythical figure tattoos, the cherub enjoys huge popularity among men as well as women. The cherub, as you know, is a kind of spiritual being who looks like a small child with wings. It is also known as a baby angel or a Putti. That’s why original cherub tattoos are so popular among people.
The cherub tattoos are worn by people as a symbol of love, hope and protection. It also serves as an excellent inspirational and spiritual tattoo piece. The tattoos of cherub are also an excellent way of expressing oneâ€™s love for oneâ€™s child. On the other hand, memorial tattoos also use the cherub to convey the grief of a bereaved parent. If you too love the toddler angel with wings who is considered to be a link between people and god and want to get a tattoo bearing its image then check out the post we have created below. It features 25 images of tattoos with different types of cherubs. Take a look. You will find excellent ideas and inspirations for your own cherub tattoo.
Cherub On Neck
The woman got a cherub tattoo etched on her nape to wear as a protective emblem.
As you can see, there are some people out there that have some amazing cherub tattoos. Of course, you could take one of the pictures above to a tattoo studio and get the same tattoo and it would look great. However, I would highly suggest getting an original cherub tattoo. A tattoo is something that will be with you forever, so try to make sure the tattoo is unique to you. For instance, you could get a cherub tattoo with an inspiring quote underneath it that has changed your life.
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