Crafts, Tutorials

Flower Wreath Tutorial

I’m a lettering and pen novice, but I love learning simple designs that look fantastic. I mentioned in another post that I use these flower wreaths to spruce up (pun intended!) my plain kraft Traveler’s Notebook inserts. Here are the inserts I decorated:

And they’re so easy to make! Follow along and see how simple it is.

Supplies needed:

First, trace your circle. I outlined each element for you in their order. All you want to do is make sure your elements loosely follow the circle. Check out the process with each element:

See how uneven and sporadic my leaves are? The great thing about this wreath is that it doesn’t need to be perfect to still look amazing at the end!

I like to do these elements every other “leaf,” but it’s totally up to you.

The roses are my favorite.

Hopefully, you can see the stippling (dots) on your screen. Since I used a very fine pen, it’s a little harder to see. Oops!

Erase the circle you traced. If you’re using a putty erase, remember to lift up with the erase instead of rubbing the page.

Then you can practice your lettering!

I hope this was easy for you, I’d love to see what you do in the comments!

2 Comments

  1. Great tutorial Victoria! You make that look really easy. Thanks for sharing at the Family Joy Blog Link Party this week! Please join us again next week!!

  2. victoriathebard@gmail.com

    Thanks Melissa, I will!!!

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