Spring is finally here! Let’s celebrate with five fun and easy flower doodles you can use to brighten up your projects. These are great for cards, scrapbooks, journals, hand lettered designs, and so much more. I recommend sketching them with a pencil until you get the steps down, then tracing over them with a fine tip black marker. Then, add color with your favorite markers or colored pencils. If you like, you can even doodle these digitally with the Apple Pencil in the Procreate app. Let’s get started!
Start with a “U” shape and draw three points across the top. Add lines with circles on top that extend from the tulip bud for the stamen. Draw detail lines, then a stem and leaf. Finally, color in your flower with marker, colored pencil, watercolors, or anything else you like.
Draw a circle with three large petals around it. Add three “u” shapes to fill in the spaces between the original three petals. Sketch detail lines inside the petals, then add dots in the center of the flower. Draw some simple leaf shapes extending from the flower, then add color.
Closed Petal Flower
Start with a “u” shape that has a wavy line across the top. Add a petal on each side. Finally, add a petal in the back. Draw detail lines, a stem, and leaves. Color in your flower any way you like.
Sketch an upside down “u” shape with a curving line across the bottom. Add a series of petals around it, then draw dots and detail lines. Draw a stem and leaf, then add color.
Draw a wavy oval with a long, thin “u-shape” attached. Add six petals around it. Draw stamen, detail lines, a stem, and leaves. Finally, add your colors.
Which flower is your favorite? If you try these doodles, I’d love to see what you create. Make sure to join the Amy Latta & Friends Facebook Group where you can share your projects and photos and we can all be inspired!
Also, don’t miss these other Spring projects.