One of the most popular things to draw in your bullet journal is flower doodles. There is just something about transferring the beauty and tranquility of a flower to paper.
Then add splashes of color. An artistic twist.
Even on the cloudiest day, a flower doodle can make you smile. Why not add them to your bullet journal spreads and planners. Bright those babies up!
How to Draw Easy Flower Doodles for Bullet Journal Spreads
Drawing doesn’t need to be hard or feel like something only someone with “talent” can do.
Learning to write and learning to draw are very similar. It is all about shapes and controlling your drawing utensil to make them create those shapes. Once you know how to put the shapes together, floral doodles will be very easy.
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All objects can be broken down into basic geometric shapes. Just like letters of the alphabet. You can use these easy to follow step-by-step doodle ideas to learn even more.
You will only get better at flower doodles if you practice. Use the following images to give you inspiration. Visualize them in parts. Break them up into pieces and start putting them back together on your paper.
Practice is the only way to get better at drawing flowers. You just need to spend a little time. It is a commitment.
Use the step by step flower tutorials to learn the bsics of how to draw an amazing flower or how to draw a spring flower.
Then move on from there do learn how to draw different kinds of flowers and pretty doodles from the inspiring art in these photos.
Colorful Flower Doodles
Paper Mate Click Pens
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Details on Flowers
Easy Flower Doodles
The idea of these flower tutorials is to teach you how to draw doodle flowers. Your flowers do not need to be realistic like a botanical encyclopedia.
Doodles of flowers are just that. Scribbles. Swirls. A mix of different flowers blended into one.
You can be detailed and make awesome drawings of roses. Or you can work on cute simple flowers that are more minimalistic.
These doodles are easy flowers to draw for beginners. Later you will see more difficult flowers. The idea is to provide you will a full resource of different drawings of flowers so you can continue to draw and learn. Floral doodles will be one of your favorite doodles.
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Draw a simple flower with five petals. These are flowers you can draw on the corner of your paper while you chat on the phone. Use them to dress up a frame in your planner.
Pretty floral doodles happen all over. Simple flowers are just as beautiful as the real thing.
A-Z Flower Drawing Tutorials to Decorate Your Bullet Journal Layouts
The following images are arranged in alphabetical order by flower name (to make it easier for you to jump to the flower of your choice).
Browse through these flower doodle tutorials and find a flower you haven’t drawn before. Or go right to the flower that you want to add to your bullet journal.
I have also included the flowers that represent each month. You can use them for a birthday spread. A calendar year in flowers layout. Or to represent your loved ones on a birthday page.
There are so many flowers in the world that I couldn’t possibly include them all…but you will find most of the basics here. Enough to keep you drawing flower doodles for hours!
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Great for quick notes in your planner and on sticky notes.
A carnation (which is one of my all time favorite flowers because me dad always brought me one) is the flower of January.
It represents love, fascination and distinction. Worn on Mother’s Day, Teacher’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day (in green) and at weddings, this hardy, sweetly fragrant flower is also the flower of Ohio.
The flower of November, its meaning is compassion, friendship, joy. Chrysanthemums have different meanings. Red is for love, white means innocence, and yellow denotes unrequited love.
This flower is the flower for the month of March. It represents spring, rebirth, domestic happiness, respect, love, and friendship. The daffodil is synonymous with spring as it is the epitome of rebirth and new beginnings.
This is the flower for the month of April. It represents regard, youth, and purity. The daisy conveys innocence and there are five common types.
This is the flower for the month of August. It represents strength of character, moral integrity, remembrance, infatuation, and honor. This long-lasting flower comes in a variety of colors like pink, red, purple, yellow, orange, white and green.
This is the flower for the month of June and represents love, gratitude, and appreciation.
The month of July is represented by the larkspur flowers. It means levity and lightness. Its natural beauty comes in gentle hues with refreshing fragrance.
There are different meanings for each color. Pink denotes contrariness, white expresses a happy nature, and a first love is usually symbolized by purple. Strong bonds of love are represented by the larkspur.
Lily of the Valley
The Lily of the Valley is the flower for the month of May. The lily of the valley represents love and appreciation, while other meanings depend on each color. The meanings of Lily of the valley can vary from love, passion, beauty, and perfection. The meaning depends upon the color.
Those born in the month of October are represented by the marigold flower. Its meaning is warm and fierce. They exemplify elegance and devotion.
Morning Glory or Aster
September is the month for morning glory (also known as bind weed). It represents patience, daintiness and remembrance. This flower conveys deep emotional love and affection.
Pansy or Violets
These are the flower for the month of February. They represent faithfulness, wisdom and hope. Violets convey the meaning that you will always be true. Violets or pansies come in shades of not only purple, which is what people commonly think of, but also of whites and yellows.
Peruvian Lily (Alstroemeria)
Midliner Pen & Marker
These double ended pens have a fine tip and a marker tip. If you are new to bullet journal doodle ideas, these would be a great starter set.
The poinsettia is the flower for the month of December. It represents good cheer and success. The poinsettia comes in three colors: red, white, and pink. “You Are The Special One” is the message this flower sends for you.
Drawing a rose can be very simple or very complex. These flower tutorials show you a variation of rose doodles.
You can also get a printable on how to draw a rose in this post.
Spring Flower Doodles
Find even more succulents and cacti to draw in this post…
Tropical Flower Tutorial
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How to Draw Flowers and Combine Them
Learning how to doodle flowers takes some time. All of the flowers listed above were drawn separately so you could get an idea of how to draw flowers in their likeness.
Now you can use those flower drawing skills and start putting them together. Random doodles on your notes. Flower borders on your bullet journal spreads. Create bundles of flowers. There are no limits now that you know how to draw a cute flower.