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Cute little SCOTTBOTT tattoo I got to do on Traditional Tattoo's Valentine Day Special

Cute little SCOTTBOTT tattoo I got to do on Traditional Tattoo's Valentine Day Special

Another cute little SCOTTBOTT on my friend Jenay.  Part of the 2012 Valentines Day Special at Traditional Tattoo :)  Thanks again Jenay!

Another cute little SCOTTBOTT on my friend Jenay. Part of the 2012 Valentines Day Special at Traditional Tattoo :) Thanks again Jenay!

Valentines Day SCOTTBOTT Flash.  I did 15 in one day!

Valentines Day SCOTTBOTT Flash. I did 15 in one day!

Queen Victoria in 1893 with the King and Queen at the time - a picture taken on their honeymoon at Osborne House, Isle of Wight

Kate Middleton pregnant: Bulimia, cannabis and a minister in the next room for the birth: Trials and traditions of Royal mothers-to-be from Diana to Victoria

Queen Victoria in 1893 with the King and Queen at the time - a picture taken on their honeymoon at Osborne House, Isle of Wight

JeremiahBott & TaliaBott.  This loving couple got each other as SCOTTBOTT'S right before they got married.

JeremiahBott & TaliaBott. This loving couple got each other as SCOTTBOTT'S right before they got married.

1921 - Alla Nazimova and Valentino in Camille

1921 - Alla Nazimova and Valentino in Camille

ScottBott T-shirts available!

ScottBott T-shirts available!

November 5, 1911: Born, Baby Marie Osborne. By the age of 5, Baby Marie was a silent film movie star -- the first child star in the industry. She's best known as the lead in the 1916 film, "Little Mary Sunshine," but was featured in 28 other films during a 6 year period. In later life she became a movie costumer, and worked on such major projects as Elizabeth Taylor's outfits in "Cleopatra." Marie died on November 11, 2010 in San Clemente, California, six days after her 99th birthday.

November 5, 1911: Born, Baby Marie Osborne. By the age of 5, Baby Marie was a silent film movie star -- the first child star in the industry. She's best known as the lead in the 1916 film, "Little Mary Sunshine," but was featured in 28 other films during a 6 year period. In later life she became a movie costumer, and worked on such major projects as Elizabeth Taylor's outfits in "Cleopatra." Marie died on November 11, 2010 in San Clemente, California, six days after her 99th birthday.

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