To draw a basic flower, start with the center, add petals radiating out, sketch the stem and leaves, and color if desired. Drawing a flower takes roughly five minutes and requires paper, a pencil and an eraser. Colored p... More »

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Choose a real-life flower or a photo of a flower you would like to use for the tattoo. To begin the drawing, you need basic art equipment and Internet access. Learn to draw a basic version of that flower by searching onl... More »

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Some types of flowers that are easy to draw include petal flowers, carnations, gerbera, puffs and sunflowers. Tutorials are available on DrawingStep.com, Craftsy and My-How-To-Draw.com. More »

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To draw a daisy, simply draw a circle as a foundation for the petals with a simple stem and leaves, and then draw the daisy's petals. Add more detailed petals as necessary, and then color it in. More »

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To make poinsettias from paper, cut red, yellow and green construction paper to the required shape and size to make five petals, the flower's center, stem and leaves. Glue the various cut paper pieces appropriately to fo... More »

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Drawings of orchids are easy to find because the flower’s attractive shape and color make it a popular subject. How Stuff Works offers an online orchid drawing tutorial that includes a finished sketch of an orchid. Many ... More »

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Roses feature multiple stamens, leaves that grow in alternate patterns on the stem, symmetric, unconnected petals that number four or five, prickles on the stems and bisexual reproductive parts. Roses come in numerous co... More »