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Floral Circle Wreath Tutorial

Adrienne Castleton

Posted on May 31 2019

Hello friends, Adrienne from @studio80design here today to share a fun floral wreath tutorial with you! I love using my Archer and Olive Sketchbook to draw florals, the crisp white pages are perfect for every type of drawing!

Materials you’ll need:

  • Archer and Olive A5 Signature Sketchbook
  • Helix 360 Degree Angle and Circle Maker (or a round object to trace your circle)
  • Pencil
  • Tombow MONO DrawingPen 01
  • Tombow Fudenosuke Hard Tip Brush Pen, Black 
  • Tombow MONO Eraser

Step 1

Place the circle maker, or other round object, in the center of your page. With your pencil, lightly trace a circle. 

 Learn how to make a floral circle wreath in your Archer and Olive Sketchbook with Adrienne from @studio80design!

Step 2

Use your pencil to lightly draw flowers and leaves around the circle. I varied the number of flowers around the circle, so it wouldn’t all be the same!

 Learn how to make a floral circle wreath in your Archer and Olive Sketchbook with Adrienne from @studio80design!

Step 3

Ink in your florals and leaves with the MONO Drawing Pen 01. I love using this Pen because it has a very fine tip, which is perfect for drawing small details and line work!

Learn how to make a floral circle wreath in your Archer and Olive Sketchbook with Adrienne from @studio80design!

Step 4

Using that same pen, add in the tiny details of each flower and leaf. You can also draw in tiny berries around the wreath to help fill it out!

Learn how to make a floral circle wreath in your Archer and Olive Sketchbook with Adrienne from @studio80design!

Step 5

Write a fun quote on the inside of your wreath using the Tombow Fudenosuke Hard Tip Brush Pen. This is my all-time favorite pen to use and it’s great for beginners, too!

Learn how to make a floral circle wreath in your Archer and Olive Sketchbook with Adrienne from @studio80design! 

Thank you so much for following along today, I hope you loved this tutorial! For more inspiration like this, make sure to follow me @studio80design!

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