How To: Floral Frame Illustration (Bonus - FREE Practice Printable!)

Posted by Nabaa Afridi on

Hello and welcome back! Nabaa here from @whimsical.doodles. Wow has it been an exciting couple of days for Archer and Olive! Have you checked out the amazing new products yet? I am most excited to get my hands on the Watercolor Journal! 

Anywho, getting back to today's post, we have another fun entry showcasing the Blackout Journal! For today's entry, I'll be creating this floral frame in my Blackout! Book. Head over to @casually.created to check out the original inspiration! 

And BONUS! - you also get free printable floral practice sheets! To download, head over to the bottom of the page and enter your email! 

 

Here are the materials you'll need to recreate this floral frame:

 

1. Start by creating the frame.

Use a ruler to mark where you would like to lay it down and using the white gelly roll, draw in the frame. 

Archer and Olive Blackout Book Lettering

2. Start adding florals

Once you have your border drawn in, start by adding in any type of florals you want! You'll notice I generally like to start with white - adding in stalks and leaves first before going in with the second color to add in flowers and details!

Archer and Olive Blackout Book Illustration

Continue adding in details where you find necessary until you're happy with your frame!

Archer and Olive Blackout Book

3. Add lettering

After you're done filling in the border, add in your favorite quote! I used the faux calligraphy method to add in the quote. Adrienne from @studio80design has this covered as part of her tutorial here

    Blackout Book Archer and Olive Floral Illustration

    And we're done! I absolutely love how this piece came together! The black paper works brilliantly to make the colors pop! Looking for more lettering inspo? Check out the amazing lettering pieces done using the Blackout Book - 

     

    2 Page Lettering Spread 

    Blackout Book Lettering

    Created by @sunlightandsage_

     

    Vibrant floral spread!

    Archer and Olive Blackout Book Illustration

    Created by @twitcherwrites

     

    Using multiple lettering techniques!

    Blackout Book Lettering

    Created by @foxtailcreativedesigns

     

    Stipling Illustration!

    Archer and Olive Blackout Book

    Created by @littlemissrose

     

    Ready to create your own? If you haven't already, make sure to check out The BLACKOUT Book! And don't forget to download your free printable! For more inspiration like this, make sure to follow me @whimsical.doodles!

     

    7 comments

    • Key in your email address at the bottom of the post! And then you will be able to download the printables(:

      Amanda on

    • I need to know what you are using in the blackout books to cover mistakes. I have yet to find something that works.

      Michelle Koehler on

    • Hey yall, it took me a bit to see it🙂, but at the bottom of the post, just above where the comments start, is a place to enter your email address to receive the printable. 😁

      Diane Brewster on

    • I love the look! How do I access the printable?

      BarbC on

    • I absolutely Love this little tutorial! The gelly rolls on black paper just pop!! I was looking for the download link for the free printable floral practice sheets, but cannot find where to download? Is it no longer available? Thanks so much :)

      Michelle on

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