Hello to all my design friends, and Happy Monday! I hope you had an enjoyable weekend. This one was extra special for our family, because our little guy turned one year old! We threw him a fun little party—possibly the best birthday he’ll never remember. You probably don’t know this about me, but I am part Hawaiian (that might be a small reason for my eternal hatred toward snow). In Hawaii, the first birthday is BIG deal! Think Quinceanera, but scaled down maybe 2 notches. Well, we definitely didn’t go that big, but we did try to make it fun for him! Now, onto today’s lovely freebie: you’re going to love these beautiful hand drawn anemone flower’s!
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, I am a flower-drawing addict! Every single time I start doodling in my sketchbook, it always leads to flowers…always. I can start off like, “Ok, I think I’m going to try drawing a raccoon,” but then I remember that I’m not that good at drawing raccoons, and one ends up looking like a tulip…and then I’m right back to drawing flowers. It’s a problem. But I’m learning to manage, and in the meantime, I’ll share my compulsive floral sketches with you.
If you need any other evidence to back my claim, you need look no further than my Creative Market Shop. See what I mean? Case closed.
So, do you have any fun plans for these little darlings? These would make great photo overlays! Or, you could use them to enhance a card or gift tag. It doesn’t even need to get that complicated. I found out that my mom downloaded some of my clip art and just used it to pretty-up a Word document she created—simple, but effective.
Enjoy your newfound anemone clip art, and happy designing!
*I am linking up to these parties