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Woman gets her grandparents to unwittingly design her new tattoo [Video]

‘Draw a flower’: Woman gets her grandparents to unwittingly design her new tattoo and then surprises them with the result in adorable video

  • Emily McNeill, 23, from Belfast, asked her grandparents to each draw a flower 
  • She then went to a body art studio with the drawings and created a special tattoo
  • The video has 10.6million views, over 2.2million likes and 14,000 comments


This is the heartwarming moment a woman gets her grandparents to unwittingly design her new tattoo and then surprises them with the result.

Eyebrow technician Emily McNeill, 23, from Belfast, Northern Ireland, asked her four grandparents to each draw a flower for her to keep.

However, they weren’t aware that the sketches were for Emily to get inked on her arm. 

She went to a tattoo studio with the drawings and got them all put together in a special tattoo. 

This is the heartwarming moment a woman gets her grandparents to unwittingly design her new tattoo and then surprises them with the result in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Eyebrow technician Emily McNeill, 23, asked her four grandparents to each draw a flower for her to keep

Eyebrow technician Emily McNeill, 23, asked her four grandparents to each draw a flower for her to keep

The video was shared on TikTik on November 26 and titled 'I got all of my grandparents to design my new tattoo without them knowing'

The video was shared on TikTik on November 26 and titled ‘I got all of my grandparents to design my new tattoo without them knowing’

The video montage initially shows her grandparents drawing a flower each on sticky notes.

It cuts to a studio where the body art is designed and then tattooed on Emily.

She then shows the tattoo to each set of grandparents and explains to them how the video has gone viral.   

The first grandmother reacts by saying ‘That’s lovely Emily’, while her grandfather says ‘Bloody hell’.

Her other grandmother complains about her drawing saying ‘I can’t even draw. It’s all wobbly and everything!’

However, they weren’t aware that the sketches were for Emily to get inked on her arm

She went to a tattoo studio with the drawings and got them all put together in a special tattoo

However, they weren’t aware that the sketches were for Emily to get inked on her arm

The video montage initially shows her grandparents drawing a flower each on sticky notes

The video montage initially shows her grandparents drawing a flower each on sticky notes

Emily said: ‘I always consider myself so lucky to have all four grandparents still with me.

‘I’ve always kept birthday cards with their writing, with the thought of getting them tattooed, but I wanted to do something with all of them together.

‘I asked them to draw a flower without a stem and told them to draw it quite basic as I knew it needed to be for the tattoo.

‘I think the outcome was perfect, I love how imperfect it is.

She then shows the tattoo to each set of grandparents and explains to them how the video has gone viral

She then shows the tattoo to each set of grandparents and explains to them how the video has gone viral

The first grandmother reacts by saying 'That's lovely Emily', while her grandfather says 'Bloody hell'

The first grandmother reacts by saying ‘That’s lovely Emily’, while her grandfather says ‘Bloody hell’

‘My grandparents all thought it was brilliant. They were all smiling ear to ear and that was what mattered most to me.’

The video was shared on TikTik on November 26 and titled ‘I got all of my grandparents to design my new tattoo without them knowing’.

It now has more than 10.6million views, over 2.2million likes and 14,000 comments. 

One user commented: ‘The fact you still have all four grandparents made me tear up. What a beautiful memory to have forever.’

Another said: ‘I already started crying when grandpa took the pencil.’ 

One added: ‘I’m going straight to my nan and grandads tomorrow with pen and paper and doing this!’ 

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