|Uploaded:||May 12, 2012|
|Updated:||May 12, 2012|
I received a few requests for me to make a tutorial that had something to do with Mother's Day. Now since mothers are considered the root of all families, I decided that it would be nice to make a lesson on what was asked of me. So today we will be learning "how to draw Mothers Day flowers", step by step. One of the main things that mothers get for their special day is a bouquet of flowers. They come in any style which is usually picked out by the individual getting the flowers. Some mothers have favorite flowers like roses, orchids, lilies, and even carnations. I chose to make a simple bouquet of tulips because that is my mother's favorite flower. Drawing Mother's Day flowers is going to be super fun because you can add any type of bloom you want. Since tulips are not normally long stem flowers, the paper that they are wrapped in is closed off at the end. If you plan on drawing roses, or anything else that has long stems, all you have to do is draw the stems from the bottom of the wrap. I guess I said enough, Mother's Day is tomorrow which is May 13th. Have a wonderful Mother's Day, and remember to write "I love you mom" inside of your cards.