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Deryelle - frangipani flower

Added on May 20th, 2016

Deryelle - frangipani flower

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Inspired by "Frangipani"

Shelter, beauty

The flowers of frangipani are common on most Pacific islands, where they are often used to weave the typical neck chains, the lei, a sign of affection, and they also symbolize beauty and harmony.

Inside the leaves of the flower, along with some Fijian motifs representing bird nets (abundance, unity), we placed a turtle and a tiki to symbolize the central values in the life of Amalaini, who r ...

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finally the book to understand and create Polynesian tattoos!

This book is 4 star. This is a great reference book for those doing tatts from the Islands - Hiloman, Amazon

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