When I got the cross done on my neck a few years ago, I was sitting in the cubicle, and after the artist had already gotten started, I began looking around and noticed all of this devil-related and sac religious artwork everywhere. It definitely made me feel uneasy. And, honestly, if he hadn’t already begun, I probably would have just left. But, I stayed and hoped for the best. Well, as you can see from the “before” photo, he did a terrible job. It came out crooked, uneven, and scarred - looked nothing like it was originally supposed to. After years of being bothered by it, and trying to figure out what to replace it with, I got an idea. I ran it past the incredibly talented, @sarafintattoo , and she said she’d be able to make it happen. Now I have this beautiful pine tree - and I love that you can still kinda see that cross. The majority of when I feel THE most connected to God is when I’m out in nature, so I feel like this is the perfect way to showcase that. ✌🏼❤️🙏🏼🌲 .