Random Acts of Flowers is both about cultivating creativity and spreading smiles. You get to create a work of art and then give it away to a random person. The recipient doesn’t HAVE to be random if you would like to use this idea for a special handmade gift for someone.
I fell in love with this flower when Suzanne McNeil asked me to submit art to her upcoming book, Florabunda Style: Super Simple Line Art to Color, Craft & Draw. This flower was one of the sketches she sent, and I had so much fun drawing it. I decided to use it for my Random Acts of Flowers Cards.
Here are the supplies you will need for this project:
Here is the video with instruction on how to draw this flower.
You can draw more than one flower with a small border and some words to mix it up. If you enjoy drawing this flower, then be sure to check out Florabunda Style: Super Simple Line Art to Color, Craft & Draw. It is filled with scores of different floral motifs and craft ideas.