how to draw mothers day flowers

How to Draw Mothers Day Flowers

Step 1.

Let's start with three balls for the rose buds, then sketch in the guidelines for the stems and ribbon.

Step 2.

Next, begin drawing each rose in the form of closed buds. It's easiest if you start in the center and move your way out.

Step 3.

Draw in more petals for the roses to create the look of full blooms. Add the swirls in the center of each rose and then proceed to step four.

Step 4.

The bouquet should have a variety of other flowers. So you will draw in simple blooms that have four petals on each flower. Draw the leaves and then add detailing to the center of the leaves.

Step 5.

We will now draw in the banner or ribbon which will display the word 'Mother'. This can be altered to say anything you like if you would like to use the tutorial for different reasons.

Step 6.

Up next, draw in the pretty bow which holds the bouquet together. Add detailing to the bow and then proceed to step seven.

Step 7.

Lastly, we will draw the stems for all the flowers and then draw in the tail ends for the ribbon. Erase your mistakes and you are all done.

Step 8.

Here is the line art for when you are done. Now you can color in your Mother's Day bouquet before you show the drawing to your mother.

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Uploaded: February 17, 2018
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
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Updated: May 8, 2015
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This next lesson goes out to all of you who have a mother in your lives and for those of you who do not but still have her in your heart. As you know Mother's Day is this Sunday, May 10th. The concept that I will be giving you a lesson on shows you how to draw Mother's Day flowers, step by step. Now, this is a great drawing to make for your mother to decorate a homemade Mother's Day card, or to get a tattoo of if you lost your mother and want to celebrate her for the rest of your life. The colors I used for the flowers is a vintage looking concept. I chose this style because it is simple, clean and very traditional. I love my mother, and I'm sure that all of you do too. If you have been waiting for a lesson such as this for a while I hope you have fun with it and I also hope it comes in useful for your needs.

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