Crosses, whether for religious symbolism or not, are quickly becoming at popular tattoo choice for those desiring tattoos. I have found a few websites that offer free cross tattoo designs in hopes that they will help you find the cross tattoo that is right for you. FreeTattooDesigns This site offers a large selection of cross tattoo designs and it has links to the different types of crosses throughout the article. They detail pre-Christian, Celtic, Christian, Gothic, Maltese, and Southern crosses as well as crosses in combination with other objects (such as flowers). It also has a list of celebrities who have cross tattoos. Although this site does not have an enormous amount of pictures, it offers thorough articles about the different crosses and the articles have pictures scattered throughout them. TattooJohnny On this site, you can find a description of the different types of cross tattoo designs. There are 170 pages of color and black and white drawings of cross tattoo designs. A nice feature about this site is that you can click “add to wishlist” under the design you like, and at the bottom of the page it will show you all of the designs you liked. This is a nice feature because it keeps you from having to save designs to your computer unless you are positive they are what you want. RankMyTattoos This site features 35 pages of cross tattoo designs. The pictures aren’t drawn, but they shown tattooed on a person. This is nice because it allows you to see what the actual outcome might look like. At the bottom of the page there is a link that says, “Need help with Cross Tattoo Ideas?” If you click on this link it takes you to a page that gives a brief summary of cross tattoo designs. A unique feature of this site is that you can rank the tattoos and you can see how other people rank them. This is a great option because it allows you to get input from others. Tattoo.org This site has five pages of cross tattoo designs. Some of the designs that you click on show a full page of cross designs. This is helpful because you can see a bunch of designs side by side. The down side to this site is that you have to register to see each individual page, however registration is free and only requires an e-mail address. VanishingTattoo There are only 13 cross tattoo designs on this site, however it links to TattooJohnny, which I listed above. A nice aspect of this site is it offers an in depth history on crosses, which might help your decision about which cross you want. Google My final suggestion is to do a Google image search for cross tattoo designs. This is an easy way to go about searching for a cross tattoo design because there is no text, just pictures. Also, Google is familiar with almost everyone, and we tend to stay with things we are familiar with. I hope these sites with free cross tattoo designs help you find the cross tattoo that you are looking for.