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Halloween Tattoo Designs, Ideas and Pictures


Halloween Tattoo Designs

Some people get way into their favorite holiday, whichever it may be. Halloween is no exception. For some, pumpkins, mummies, ghosts, witches, haunted houses and scary movies are something they think about year round. And for these people, what better way to keep Halloween alive 365 days a year than with a great Halloween tattoo design.

Halloween is a time of year that stirs many emotions. For the kids, it means a time to fill bags of candy up. For some, it means a time to visit some haunted houses. Others look forward to decorating their own home and making it look spooky.

A lot of people cite Halloween as their favorite time of year. Not just because of all the Halloween activities. Football has begun, the baseball World Series is played at that time, the leaves have changed colors, and the weather has not gotten to cold yet. Yes, Halloween is a very magical time.

When someone thinks of a Halloween tattoo, they immediately associate it with a scary tattoo. This is not always the case though. Some consider Halloween as a religious holiday, representing a time of growth and change. To these people, a Halloween tattoo might depict pumpkins, corn stalks, and a full moon with clouds moving in.

Other people associate Halloween with El Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead. This holiday celebrated by Mexicans and Latinos focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for lost love ones. There are many symbols of this holiday which make for some amazing tattoo designs.
Others get Halloween tattoos filled with scary images. Frankenstein, Dracula, and mummies are three most popular Halloween figures, but there are many more. Witches, zombies, demons, the headless horseman and vampires all have their place in Halloween tattoo designs.

Horror themed T.V. shows and movies can make for some great Halloween tattoos as well. The Halloween movies are a perfect a choice. Who wouldn’t recognize the Michael Myers mask. Then there is the famous hockey mask worn by Jason Vorhees at Camp Crystal Lake. And we must not forget about Freddy Kruger, who haunts us in our dreams. Those knives can make for a great design. Other movies that have images that make for great Halloween tattoos are Hellraiser, the Living Dead movies, and the Exorcist. There are so many different scary movies to choose from, you can see why a Halloween tattoo has an almost unlimited possibly of designs.

Whatever your reason to keep Halloween alive year round in a Halloween tattoo design, you will be choosing from an unlimited supply of designs. Now, you just have to figure out what design or designs you want to use. Happy Halloween!

If you are seriously considering getting a tattoo, we suggest you take a look at a site such as Chopper Tattoo. They have the largest selection of high quality, award winning tattoo designs that you can print out and bring to your local tattoo artist. Here is a small gallery of pictures of Halloween tattoo designs:

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See More Halloween Tattoo Designs at Chopper Tattoo.

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