Ricky Martin did a good service to Aramaic and the ancient's language tattoo trend when he decided to ink a long spiral phrase on his shoulder. Not only was this good advertising for Aramaic, but also to the importance of using a professional service when going with an ancient, almost extinct language.
Foreign tattoos have been around for years and mistakes that many people can read are also found in many tattoos. This problem is even more grave when there is almost no one around the verify the correctness of the tattoo, because no one speaks the language.
The inspirational Aramaic tattoo design eBook was written and designed to help people avoid carrying mistakes on their bodies for the rest of their lives as well as provide them with a huge selection of designs to choose from.
Amber Sheldon, who was the first to use the eBook's designs, commented that she never expected that she would have such a hard time choosing. "I usually find only 3 or 4 designs that catch my eye in any given tattoo eBook. But here I really couldn't narrow it down to less than 15 options - it was really difficult!" she also says that "The combination of a rare language and an original design like the butterfly I chose is amazing. This is by far the most unique tattoo I have."
The best thing that Aramaic tattoo lovers can come to expect is the price. While a single word or phrase in Aramaic sets you back 20 to 100 dollars, the ebook is reasonably priced and can be re-used by family and friends as well as for the next Aramaic tattoo project.