Jan. 28, 2011: Rebecca Krahenbuhl | Nice Tats | Salt Lake City | Salt Lake City Weekly
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Jan. 28, 2011: Rebecca Krahenbuhl

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"It’s an edelweiss flower, the unofficial Swiss national flower. I got it to honor my Swiss heritage and remind myself every day how important my family is to me. It was also a 20th birthday present from my best friend, so it retains extra special meaning."

Rebecca Krahenbuhl
Salt Lake City

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