This course is where floral lovers and doodle enthusiasts unite.
Even if you have never doodled before in your life, you can take this course. I'll break down every step until you are comfortable.
You will learn how to break flowers and leaves down into simple shapes, practice those shapes, and then learn over 50 individual floral elements from the shapes you learn . As a bonus, there are modules in drawing floral wreaths and laurels, plus modules on simple floral arrangements and floral designs for your journal.
You don't need any special supplies for this course. Just a pencil, eraser, pen, and something to doodle on.
Whether you are a bullet journalist looking to add some floral elements to your spreads, a calligraphy artist that wants to branch out into doodling, a card maker, or just someone who wants to improve your doodling skills, this course will give you a head start in your journey.
Modules in this Course
Individual Leaves and Stems
Putting it All Together
Take your practice to the next level with just a few hours of step-by-step video tutorials.
Self-Paced & Zero Risk!
This is a self-paced course. Meaning that you can log on any time of day or night to watch the videos. You have Lifetime Access, so there is no rush and you can watch the videos again and again.
And, if you for any reason you aren't happy with the course, you have a 30 day money back guarantee.
LASTLY, you can get an inside look at what you'll be learning in this exact course to get an idea of what you will be learning and if I am the right teacher for you. I have opened up Module 2, Individual Flowers, as a Free Course. It will give you a 30 minute preview of this course and teach you how to draw over 25 individual flowers.
This course isn't just for journal lovers.
This course is for anyone who wants to doodle.
Erin is a Montana based creative planning blogger, mom of two, and soon-to-be wife. Her blog, The Petite Planner, has been thriving for about one year as of Early 2018. Erin's creative planner spreads have been featured in three books, and she has been a guest author on other blogs. Her biggest passions are helping other's see their creative potential, no matter their beginning point and helping others become more productive so they can reach their biggest goals. You can follow Erin on Instagram @the.petite.planner.