Step 1: Drawing the Petals.

The first component of the flower that most people notice are the petals. So to start, we will use our drawing utensil to make a loop with a pointed end, rather like a teardrop or raindrop. Make other loops the same size with the pointed connected to the point of the first loop so that it forms a ring of these shapes. Five teardrops will make a good flower. Now just to be fancy, draw another set of petals close to your first set so we can have two pretty flowers instead of one!
<p>the flowers are so cute i made it</p>
<p>so cute so easy</p>
Yeah just cute! X
<p>i love it </p>
Well it's very cute but,
who ever u r your a ture artist
i think it is nice also my mom loved it<br>
nice one..it is simple but way deep meaning..thanks
Short but sweet! Thank you!
It's short steps, but worth to me. Thank you
Very sweet. Nicely done. I was thinking this would also be a nice way to introduce the plant kingdom and the process of photosynthesis to young children in a classroom, Please make more instrubables you have a real flair :0)
who ever drew this did an amazing job I love art
Charming little Instructable.
so easy
thanks for this, that <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.flowerstogoonline.com/University-Place-pi-18.html?&cID=2">flower</a> drawing is so cute.<br/>
Step 1, that pen... I have the EXACT same one, except it's black. Awesome Instructable by the way, they look great (and easy to do)!
I do love synthetic cherry. Yum, yum!

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