When the butterfly bloomed: A tale of butterfly art in Queensland

Posted February 18, 2019 07:53:24When I first saw this butterfly tattoo on a girl I had no idea what it meant, until I saw her smiling at it.

I was not sure what to make of it.

It was just a piece of art, like any other tattoo.

But the butterfly tattoo is a part of my childhood and I am proud of it and its meaning.

I grew up in a time where there was no art and art was something to be avoided.

I was a very sheltered kid and I didn’t have any opportunities for my creativity, so I never thought about art until I was in my teens.

It wasn’t until I met my husband and started teaching art that I realised that I could make art.

I think the butterfly is a symbol of spring and love, but more importantly it is an emblem of resilience.

It represents the fact that we are able to bounce back and be happy even if we have to endure hardships and difficult situations.

I thought the tattoo would be very small and not a big deal, but it became a symbol for a lot of people, including my husband.

My tattoo started as a simple piece of artwork, but I quickly realised that it had a bigger meaning.

It is a sign that we have found a way to be happy.

It has inspired me to make more art in the future.

I used a flower drawing technique to draw my butterfly tattoo and I have continued to use the same technique over the past few years.

My artwork has become a part, in part, of my life and it is now part of our family, and I love being a part-time artist.

I think my butterfly art will have a huge impact on other people’s lives, and in turn, our families, and the world.

What is your butterfly tattoo?

Are you a butterfly tattoo artist?

What kind of artwork do you make?

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