The Perfume of Butterfly Peaflower Tea

#DoodlewashJune2021 prompt: Perfume,

Did you know that rubbing your wrists after applying perfume to them can distort the scent?

Grabbed one of my Butterfly Peaflower Tea & black tea backgrounds to doodle one while waiting at the dentist’s office.

  • Background: Dried Butterfly Peaflower Tea & Yorkshire Tea
  • Pen: Zebra Zensations Technical Pen & PM-701 Permanent Marker
  • Paper: Hahnemühle cold-press Postcard.

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2 thoughts on “The Perfume of Butterfly Peaflower Tea

  1. Great way to wait at the dentist’s office! Not sure I’d be thinking of perfume or owls under the circumstances – but delighted by your vision, Sandra!

    Have been meaning to ask if the Butterfly Peaflower Tea leaves a scent on the paper?

  2. Thank you, Sharon! I had already planned to sketch a perfume bottle, and the owls just kind of appeared, lol. The tea doesn’t leave a scent. Though I don’t have a very good sense of smell, so I may just be missing it. But even fresh, the taste and scent of the tea are very subtle.

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