By Katherine Richter, People
June 26, 2017

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 has added to her tattoo collection, revealing two new designs on her on Friday.

“Been tatting myself up like crazy this month,” the , 31, captioned the first photo of her upper thigh, which revealed two designs: a blooming rose and , baby cupid characters that appeared in comic strips in the early 20th century.

Her next image zoomed in on the Kewpies, which surround a bucket, one doll appearing to tote a pail labelled “tears.” She wrote that the tattoo has been on her for “a few weeks.”

The writer and activist — who shared a to spark dialogue on body positivity last week — said her ink gives her a sense of control.

“I think it gives me a sense of control and ownership of a body that’s often beyond my control,” she captioned her third photo, which provided a close up of the rose. The comment was likely a reference to the star’s .

Dunham has used Instagram to debut a tattoo before, posting about her  in March. She explained that she took a little inspiration from .

“Thank you @trinegrimm for my warrior’s chest plate/tit chandelier. This is my first original piece by a female tattoo artist and it felt sacred and cool and she didn’t chide me for copying @badgalriri’s placement,” Dunham captioned her topless selfie.

And in February, Dunham talked about her for Vogue‘s . She described her then-nine designs in detail, including a picture of Ferdinand the bull, Laura Thornhill, the first female skateboarder and an image of as a tramp stamp.

But out of all her ink, her only regret is getting an illustration of a children’s book.

“A drunk guy did it,” she explained. “It’s not great. I should get it covered up.”