A while back, I talked about the pitfalls of using a language you don’t understand as a basis for a tattoo. Today I found a web site called Char4U, that offers Chinese symbol design services. So if you or someone you know wants a Chinese symbol as a tattoo, this offers one good opportunity to get something that says what you really want it to say.
If your gift recipient isn’t quite ready to go for permanent ink, temporary tattoos can fill the bill. Check out the venerable Archie McPhee Catalog for just a few good examples.
If you’d rather put your ink on your clothing instead of your skin, check out the offerings in the Zazzle catalog.
And, as always, check with your favorite artist to see if he or she offers gift certificates. Nothing like offering a great incentive to join the MultiColored community!I hope you'll submit my posts to your favorite social media sites. Just don't "submit" them to your own site pretending to be yours. Thanks!