"When I was a young girl, I used to love going to the library and flicking through the children's books and seeing the illustrations," she said in an Instagram Story while showing it off.
Hence why most of her art is inspired by the children's books Possum Magic, by author Mem Fox, and the TV show The Animals of Farthing Wood.
This is Lizzie's second trip to the tattoo studio in two months, with the bubbly blonde revealing on December 16 that she'd added a large bee and flower design across the right side of her torso.
"I ADORE your work!!!!!! This beautiful chick is my tattoo artist, there is only a few tattoos on me that aren't her work (very few)... thank you for today rock star. It's very flowy, the line-work, it does look like the illustrations you'd see in a book as a child," Lizzie captioned the video, thanking her Newcastle based tattoo artist.
She went back in for another session a few days later, where the tattoo artist sketched a huge kookaburra on the left side of her back.
"There is nothing better than waking up to the sound of a kookaburra in the morning," she said when a follower asked why she'd chosen that specific animal to be permanently marked on her body.
While Lizzie says she plans to continue growing her collection of body art, she is hoping to keep her arms clear, as well as her upper back. She also says she won't have any tattoos going below their knee.