Simple Flower Drawings: 20+ Step By Step Tutorials

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If you want to learn how to doodle, the best way is to practicer by following tutorials. And you are in the right place because this post is full of tutorials on how to create simple flower drawings.

Flower drawings are always a great thing to doodle and a wonderful idea to decorate your Bullet Journal!

Drawing flowers can be complicated, but it doesn’t need to be.

Here, I gathered more than twenty step-by-step tutorials on how to draw various beautiful flowers in all shapes and sizes, so you can easily recreate them on your Bullet Journal pages.

Flower doodles can brighten up anyone’s day! There is just something about the quirkiness of these designs that make them so adaptable for all sorts of projects.

I usually use flowers for my Bullet Journal pages, but there are many other ways you can use these, from gift cards to decorating your notebook covers.

Either way, these tutorials are easy to follow and very beginner friendly, so let’s dive in.

And be sure to scroll until the end to get some more ideas, as well as free floral printables.

Simple Flower Drawings

Drawing can be intimidating, however, it doesn’t have to be. With a few easy steps and just basic supplies, you can learn how to create something special.

Let's dive in!

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Best Doodling Supplies

What are the supplies you need to create these beautiful flowers in your journal? Well, you really don’t need much, and you can always just use the things you already have.

But here are some of my recommendations:

  • Fineliners. These are the best doodling pens, and I recommend using Sakura Pigma Micron.
  • Pencil. It’s actually important to have a comfortable pencil, and I always recommend starting your doodles with pencil sketches, especially if you’re a beginner. The most comfortable pencil I’ve ever use is Pilot Dr. Grip mechanical pencil.
  • Markers. Something useful if you want to add some colors to your flowers. I’d recommend trying Crayola Super Tips, since they are amazing, come in so many colors, and are pretty affordable. Or try this set of Tombow Dual Brush Pens!

For more recommendations, check out my post The Best Pens For Doodling.

Free Floral Printables

Of course, I couldn’t leave you without a freebie. Already in the Resources Vault you can find several floral printables, including a few sets of printable floral printables

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Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.

More Resources

Before you go, here are a few more blog posts with floral doodle tutorials.

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