What is called a foo dog is actually a lion. They can be thought to symbolize the state of buddhahood. In Chinese the buddha is call "Fuo", which sounds like "foo". I've never seen a foo dog with a spear. The male almost always holds a hollow ball engraved with interlocking circles. This symbolizes the buddha's dominion over all creation, and the realization that the universe is interlocked into an unbroken whole. If you want to change the symbolism, then you probably are not really drawing a foo dog, but rather just a cool looking animal. It wouldn't bother me.
The foo dogs at temples never have a collar, but often are shown with collars at government buildings. This shows that the government officials considered the religious truth to be subservient to the secular truth. Because foo dogs are ubiquitous in both sacred and secular usage, I don't think you would offend anyone with your tattoo.
Red Roses are traditional Valentine flower.
a lotus flower
The traditional flower of the Day of the Dead is the Marigold
The traditional Samoan flower is the Teuila. (Pronounced too-ee-la)
yellow-ipe, Tabebuia species vellosoi, the national flower.
Italy's traditional state flower is the rose, but their religious flower is the white poppy or the white lily.
red roses is the most traditional flower for valentine's day
heyThis is my understanding of the directions. Take one bracelet and shape it into the four petal shapes. Then, take two bracelets of different colors. Put one bracelet across the petals so it helps to hold the shape of the flower. The bracelet will be pulled tight in the middle. Then, take the other bracelet and put it across the petals going the other way, so they sorta make a cross. Pull the bracelets tight. Then, with another bracelet, wrap it tightly around the two bracelets at the base of the flower to keep them pulled tight and to keep the flower in shape. Make sure to wrap the one bracelet so that the other two bracelets make a big enough hole to get your hand/wrist through.Alright, that's the best explanation I can give Hope it was sorta helpful. Good luck!!
The traditional 20th wedding anniversary gift should be china. The traditional flower is Asters.
An odd number of carnations.
Sally plucks the petals off of a Forget-Me-Not flower. That flower transforms into a Christmas tree and then catches fire in her eyes.
it symbolizes longevity in the Chinese culture.
not really the bridesmaid should do it cause the flower girl should be right in front of you
The traditional flower Garland of Hawaii is known as Lei. Lei is typically made into a wreath of flowers and then worn around the neck or presented on arrival as a good gesture of welcome.
The traditional columbine has a yellow center with five two tone petals around it and five longer sepals behind the petals.