Cute & Easy Spring Flower Doodle Ideas
Want to learn how to doodle flowers? You’re in the right place because, in this post, I’ll be sharing some easy-to-follow spring flower doodle tutorials.
Even if you’ve never drawn flowers before, you’ll be able to start drawing them right away following these tutorials.
Spring is in the air, and what better way to celebrate than by doodling some pretty flowers? This post is packed with easy flower doodle ideas that are perfect for any occasion. Just grab a pen and paper, and you’ll be able to relax and unwind in no time.
Whether you’re looking for a new hobby or just want to take a break from the everyday grind, these flower doodles will help you chill out and enjoy yourself.
Not to mention how amazing these doodles will look decorating your Bullet Journal pages.
Let’s dive in! And remember that there are links to more resources at the end of the post, as well as a free doodling course!
Spring Flower Doodle Tutorials
Springtime is a great season to break out some craft supplies and get creative! If you’re like me, however, it can be hard to know where to start.
That’s why I love flower doodle tutorials – they will help you to quickly create flowers that are sure to bring a smile to your face. So grab your favorite pen and paper – it’s time to make some sweet springtime doodles!
Since pink I my favorite color, we’re starting with a pink tutorial.
By the way, the important disclaimer here – you can actually use any colors you want for all these flowers; you don’t have to use exactly the ones I did.
This flower is one of a few that I actually know the name of! Probably because this was my nickname when I was a kid.
It’s also the one that is probably the easiest to doodle.
Kind of following a similar tutorial as for daisy but adding a spark to it.
One thing I love when drawing flowers is to kind of go off script and just let the imagination flow rather than doing my best to make flowers realistic.
This is my favorite way to draw roses, and this format can be used so well to create floral corners or any other decorative Bullet Journal elements.
Plus, they are ridiculously easy to doodle! And you can add a lot of variety just by using different colors.
Flower With Pattern Petals
Here is a cute little flower with a fun idea to add more variety – by using different patterns on your petals!
And as a bonus, you can not color the part with patterns or maybe use a completely different color for them. And the uneven leaves are also a fun way to make your flowers look a bit different.
If you want to doodle something more realistic, I’ve got you covered with this easy rose doodle.
Again, you can make it look so different if you try to play around with rose colors.
Finishing up this set of tutorials with something a little bit less realistic.
I’m not sure if a flower like that exists; let me know if it reminds you of some real flower.
Supplies For Doodling Flowers
What do you need to draw pretty flowers? Not much. You can use anything you have handy.
But if you’re in the mood for some recommendations, here is what I love using:
- Notepad or a journal. You need paper to doodle for sure, but always remember if you’re planning to use markers to add color, you’ll need to have smooth paper. Otherwise, it will damage your pen. This notepad is a good start.
- Fineliners. The best pens out there to doodle, and you can’t convince me otherwise. There are a lot of options, but these are my favorites.
- Markers. Something to add color, of course! I always recommend these to start with, especially considering how affordable they are. But I also adore these brush pens, and as a bonus, you can use them for brush lettering.
For more recommendations, you can check my post Best Pens For Doodling.
More Doodling Resources
Want some more resources on doodling, and doodling flowers especially? Well, I have a few more blog posts I think you should check out:
- How To Draw Flower Doodles In Your Bullet Journal
- Simple Bullet Journal Flower Doodles: 30 step-by-step tutorials
- Easy Spring Flower Drawings
- Bullet Journal Easter Doodles
And here are a few more posts that I think you’ll find interesting:
- Spring Doodles For Your Bullet Journal
- Spring Bullet Journal Theme Ideas
- Spring Bucket List Ideas
- 21 Spring Bullet Journal Theme Inspirations
Free Doodling Course
Finally, here is your freebie – a free doodling course. Because doodling is not a special talent just a few are born with. Anyone can learn how to doodle!
Simply sign up in the form below, and once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get all the information on accessing the course.
Which of these flowers are you going to doodle?
Let us know in the comments!
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