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How to Draw Flower Doodles
Today we’re all about flower doodles!
I’m sure we all know how to doodle, most of us had plenty of practice in High School right? But of course there’s doodling and there’s doodling…
Doodling on a notebook to idly pass away the time is one thing… but if you share pictures of your journal on Instagram or your favourite Facebook group then the doodles need to pass the “public eye” test right?
That’s why today I’m sharing a whole bunch of video tutorials that will walk you through how to draw flower doodles that look professional, even if you’re a complete beginner!
And we’ve even got a free worksheet for you to print out and practice doodling in.
Seriously, by the time you finish watching these and practising you’ll not only be confident enough to doodle in your bullet journal you’ll also be creating your own floral works of art to hang in your room or give as gifts to friends and family!
So grab your pen (this one is a great choice and a doodle pad and doodle along with these tutorials!
how to draw simple leaves and vines // becre8ive2
Before we get onto doodling actual flowers I thought we should start with leaves and vines, because they’re the easiest ones to draw. And they’re perfect for bringing your flowers to life.
how to doodle 1 flower, 10 different ways // camilla loschbrandt
This video tutorial is perfect for beginners because Camilla draws out the flowers really slowly. Doodle along with her and then after each flower pause the video and practice drawing 10 more before following along again.
how to draw 25 doodle flowers // art ala carte
This tutorial shows you how to draw 25 different doodle flowers, including daises, primroses and sun flowers.
how to draw flowers, leaves and berries // shayda campbell
This tutorial is perfect if you love a whimsical style of illustration. Shayda shows you how to draw doodle flowers, leaves, berries and buds.
how to draw dandelion – easy version for beginners // julie turrie
Talking of whimsical, if you love whimsy you need to have a go at these sweet dandelions!
how to draw wildflowers // jordan clark
If wildflowers are your flower of choice then this is the video tutorial for you.
flower explosion – a dangerous doodle tutorial // miraculous mosquito
Once you’ve mastered basic doodles it’s time to start building them up together to create something spectacular like this flower explosion!
a floral doodle tutorial // cheyenne barton
These flower doodles are sweet and whimsical and the video is super easy to follow along with.
how to draw lavender flowers // doodle with me // amanda rach lee
I love these lavender flowers and they are so easy to draw! She uses her Tombow brush pens to create a lovely watercolor effect too.
Take a look at the next video to see how Amanda created a whole lavender theme for her May Bullet Journal.
how to doodle pot plants and flowers // carmz 1428
What about if you want your flower doodles to be in something? Like a pot, or a bucket or a tea cup? Then this is the video tutorial for you! It’s also the one to watch if you want to know how to doodle cactus plants or succulents.
how to draw potted plant and succulent doodles // doodles by sarah
And here’s another video for drawing potted plant or succulent doodles so you have plenty to practice with.
Oh and if you want to expand past doodling flowers be sure to subscribe to Sarah’s YouTube channel because she has some amazing doodle tutorials for everything from ice cream and fruit to seasonal puns and doodle words!
how to doodle an azalea // bonjournal_
If you like this style be sure to hop over and check out Liz’s Instagram account where she has shared lots of flower doodles tutorials. She even takes requests!
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TUTORIAL TIME! I'm moving through my tutorial request list, and this week it's a azalea! . . . BONUS: I recorded a video of me drawing the flower on the right on my YouTube channel. If you ever want to see more detail in the tutorials, this is your chance! Go check it out, the link is in my bio. If you enjoy it, like the video so I know to do more of them. Don't forget to subscribe! . . . #bujo #bujoaddict #bujojunkies #bujolove #bujoinspo #bujocommunity #bulletjournal #bulletjournaljunkies #bulletjournalcommunity #bulletjournaling #bulletjournalcollection #bulletjournaladdict #bulletjournallove #bulletjournals #journal #journaladdict #planner #planneraddict #plannercommunity #journaling #planwithme #showmeyourplanner #bujobeauties #bulleteverything #handlettering #botanicalillustration #studygram #floraldrawing #bonjournal
how to draw a floral wreath with lettering // the art geek
Floral wreaths are trending right now and I was actually blown away when I saw how simple they are to draw! I love how this video includes some easy to follow lettering techniques too, because once I master flower doodles, hand lettering was next on my list!
how to draw flowers and hand letter | basic tips // christine my linh
Here’s another tutorial that combines flowers and hand lettering. This is the perfect way to create special headers for your weekly spreads and collections, but with a little practice you could soon be making handmade cards for friends and family too!
50 bullet journal doodle ideas | best east plants, flowers, cacti and succulents // mille exquis
Here’s a great video tutorial to show you how to take all the different kinds of flower doodles to create something spectacular. I think this would make a great cover page!
50 bullet journal doodle ideas | the ultimate guide // amanda rach lee
Here’s another tut from Amanda, this time as well as showing you how to doodle flowers she’s added in some seasonal doodles like fuit, seashells, snowflakes and fireworks!
Free Flower Doodle Printable
And now it’s time to get your free worksheet printable to give you some more flower doodle practice!