I’m back with More Flower Patterns today. Yep, I’ve been drawing up a storm and I love it.
Drawing takes me to my happy place. I’m surprised it took me this long to realize it. Even more than painting, I love to draw. Although painting with watercolors is a really close second to sketching.
So I’m doing both now and loving it.
I hope you love these flower patterns and make some fun projects with them. They can be used for more than just painting, of course. Embroidery, crafting, scrapbooking, come to mind.
You can click on either the pic or the name to download the flower. Let me know what you create with them, ok?
Thank you. Thank you. THANK YOU! From one artist to another THANK YOU! I am so grateful for these renderings. I know it will sound unreal, however, I can paint – I can’t draw very well!!
Oh, Linda, you’re SO welcome. It doesn’t sound unreal at all. I have many artist friends who don’t draw. Even muralists! I’m happy to pass these along to fellow painters
Karen Campbell says
Thank you for sharing. I love to paint and make cards but my drawing just don’t look more than a 2nd or 3rd grader :). I admire people who can draw and it really looks like something. Thank you again!
You’re so welcome, Karen. I totally get it about drawing. I have a lot of artist friends who don’t draw, they stick to painting. Glad to be of help!
Thank you so much for sharing. I’m looking forward to getting started creating a flower garden.
You’re so welcome, Mary. I’ll be adding other flowers from time to time. Hope they help your garden
Thank you so much for sharing, I can’t wait to get started.
Thanks for sharing the flower patterns, Colleen. They will be a great help to me as I’m teaching myself to draw. Love the peony.
I’m glad you like them, Maureen! I know the one thing that has helped me the most with drawing is to turn the paper upside down, or the object. It takes the left brain out of it and allows us to just see, not analyze. Try it some time. Good luck! Thank you so much.