A tattoo artist in Texas has inspired fans to post an online campaign to help raise awareness for a popular cosmetic tattoo in her hometown of Houston, Texas.
The campaign was started by artist Vanessa Bello, who has also created a “Doors Open” campaign for her hometown in the last year.
The doors opened at a local tattoo parlor in the Houston suburb of Katy in late March, and soon thousands of people had signed up to donate to a GoFundMe page that was set up by Bello to help pay for the tattoo.
The artist, who uses her real name, told The Associated Press she received a phone call from a friend about the campaign on Tuesday morning.
Bello said the message came from someone who worked in the tattoo parlors in her town.
“It was a really strange thing.
The first thing I heard was, ‘Thank you for your support.
I’m really happy to be able to support this tattoo in your hometown,'” Bello told the AP.
Bello said she decided to do something about it because she didn’t know about the online campaign until the next day.
“When I got a phonecall, I was like, ‘I’m really excited.
I think I can do something to help,'” Bellos said.
The tattoo artist, whose real name is Vanessa Bellot, is inspired by a popular online tattoo campaign called Invisalign.
She says she’s hoping the campaign will inspire people to donate money to pay for her tattoo.
“I don’t think I’m alone,” Bello added.
“I think I have something to share.”
The local tattoo shop where Bello was working said it would be open from noon to 4 p.m.
The shop posted a photo of the sign with the words “DoORS OPEN” on the wall.
“The door is open and I have been invited to show my love for Houston,” Bellot wrote on the campaign’s Facebook page.
“It has been a real privilege to work here and support this community and to help these folks.”
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