{inktober} day eight – teeth

Hello! We’ve entered the second week of #Inktober2020! I created a new featured image for this week, and I can’t wait to see what all the new prompts are 😀 ❤

Today’s doodle is brought to you by the RookieCam filters ‘Vincent’ and ‘Stellar.’ Why? Because Vincent is stellar haha

Click here to visit the official Inktober website for prompts, FAQs, and more, and visit this to see all of my creations for Inktober!

fall quote:

“It looked like the world was covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon.” – Sarah Addison Allen

This is Tia! She is a full-time Tooth Fairy and she loves her work. Tia spends each day organizing her little buttercup home and baking delicious treats. At night, she visits children to collect their gifts, always leaving a sprinkling of fairy dust behind. Wherever she goes, she shares her love for life and an unfading joy in the little things.

What are the simple things that you love about life? What are you grateful for today? Let’s chat in the comments!

*ok but how delicious is today’s quote though
**thanks to my mom for the tooth fairy doodle idea!
***these asterisks don’t connect back to anything so why are they here lol

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20 Comments

  1. I love how cold it’s getting, the rain and wind, and the overall nice feeling this time of year gives me!

    I am grateful that me and my family have a safe and warm house to keep us safe from the oncoming winter.

    Really cute doodle!!! 😆

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  2. Awww! I love Tia’s story!! “she shares her love for life and an unfading joy in the little things.” Awwww😍❤ Just like you!!
    And the asterixes 😂👏🏼 I love the fall quote!!🤤
    Love, Amy

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    1. Thanks so much Amy!! I had fun weaving her little story – she sounds like such a fun person (or fairy, lol)! 😀 Aw haha thank you!
      Yeah that quote (and the asterisks lol) were great!

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