“M is for the many things she gave me, o is for…” Oh, no… that is the worst mom tattoo we’ve ever seen! These mom tattoos, tattoos honoring moms, and mom memorial tattoos were probably well intended, but are some of the absolute worst tattoo designs we’ve ever come across. As far as mom tattoos ideas go, these should have all been reconsidered long before the ink ever met the skin.
Tattoos are generally a forever thing, so when you’re searching for good mom tattoo ideas and a tattoo artist to commemorate your mom, really do your homework. Also be sure to ask yourself, “do I want this glorified M&M ad on my back forever, even though mom sure loved a sweet treat?” The answer is most likely no, and you’ll save yourself years of regret.
However, if you simply must get a mom tattoo, make sure you spring for something high quality, free of tattoo spelling errors, and a tattoo design that won’t frighten any of your own kids. After all, your mom probably just wants what’s best for you, and rarely does a neck tattoo qualify, no matter how sincere the message.
The Artist Approached This Tattoo from a Different…
What Does Mickey Have to Do with Anything?
MoM’s Give You Strength
The Ladies Love This Tattoo
A Tattoo Not Seen Through Rose Colored Glasses
Mom Always Did Love Wearing Too Much Blush
Mom Was Proud of Her Pez Collection
A Tattoo Only a Mather Could Love
His Parents Were Always Drunk on Monster Energy Drink
Was Mom a Captain?
An Incredible Likeness!
World’s Greatest Mom Makes for the World’s Worst Tattoo
The Apples Don’t Fall Far from the Tattoo Needle
World’s Greatest Pringle Mom
Tramp Stamps and Parents Don’t Mix
What’s Happened to Mom and Dad’s Faces?
Zombie Mom Will Eat Your Brain
Your Mom’s Heart on His Sleeve
A Face Only A Bad Artist Could Love
Maybe Mom Was a Chemist?
It’s Not So Much the Design as it Is the Placement
What’s a Monther?
Quit Clowning Around, Mom
So, Jesus Was This Person’s Mom?
Wearing Mom Close His Heart
The Mother of All Bad Tattoos
Mama Didn’t Raise No Dummy… or Did She?
How Do You Really Feel?
When Photographs Aren’t Enough
Not Down to a Fine Art