Simple Flower Border Designs For School Projects

 

Making simple flower border designs for school projects is not a big task if you follow our  guide you can get awesome results and a great border design quickly we had laid importance to all the steps to get you with a great border design easily and get you your desired grade in school.

This guide will teach you step by step process laying important measures for getting perfect and a simple flower border designs.The border designs on this guide are yet simple border design but once practiced you can have pro like results.

Simple Flower Border Designs Making Guide

Here’s how to do it:

Preparing your Work Space

1. Prepare your work space.

2. Bring out your paper, ruler, and a pencil or a pen.

3. Figure out your left and right margins.

4.Mark the area where you have to draw the patterns.

5.Now you had created your workspace lets start with drawing borders.

Drawing Simple Flower Border Designs

Once you learn how to make designs from this guide then you can also create your own imagination.

Well, get out your pencil cause I’m gonna show you how to do it easily!

By the end of this lesson, you’ll be able to draw a pattern like this in no time:

simple corner designs for projects

Even the most complex patterns start out easy. In this drawing tutorial, you’ll find out how patterns are made, so that you can add them to your own art.

Remember: All patterns start out simply.

First, let’s take a look at several examples of very basic patterns:

Dots

Row of Dots

Circles

Row of Circles

Raindrops

Row of Raindrops

Waves

Lines of Water

Loops

Loops

Right angles

Squarish Pattern

Crosses

Crosses

Squiggle

squiggle

Any of the above patterns can be the starting point for creating more detailed patterns – all you have to do is add onto it!

Now I’ll show you how to make cool patterns – all starting with a single dot! 

Pattern 1:

First, I’ll show you how to draw this pattern step by step:

How to Draw a Pattern with Thaneeya

On your paper, draw a row of dots:

Begin with a row of dots

If you need help keeping your dots in a straight line, use lined paper, graph paper, or a ruler.

Now, add raindrop shapes around each dot:

Adding raindrops around each dot

Next, add another raindrop shape around the raindrop shapes you just drew:

Adding shapes to your pattern

At the top of each double raindrop, add a small circle:

Adding small dots to your pattern

Draw a little curl sprouting from the top of each circle, twisting to the left:

Adding shapes to your pattern

Now draw a curl sprouting to the right:

Adding curls to your pattern

Voila! You’ve just drawn a pattern! That wasn’t so hard, was it?

Pattern 2:

It’s more complicated than the previous pattern, but remember: it all starts with a single dot!

simple corner designs for projects

Draw a row of dots:

Draw a row of dots

Now draw a small circle around each dot:

Draw a circle around each dot

Draw a bigger circle around the circles you just drew:

Now draw bigger circles

Now draw bigger circles

Now draw flower petal shapes around each circle:

Add flower petal shapes to your pattern

Under each flower, draw a small circle:

Under each flower, draw a small circle:

In between each flower, draw 2 raindrop shapes. One raindrop shape will veer left and the other will veer right.

In between each flower, draw 2 raindrop shapes

In between each flower, draw 2 raindrop shapes

Underneath each circle, draw a spiral squiggly:

Underneath each circle, draw a spiral squiggly:

In between each spiral squiggly, draw a small circle:

In between each spiral squiggly, draw a small circle:

Around the circles you just drew, draw bigger circles:

Around the circles you just drew, draw bigger circles:

Draw three flower petal shapes sprouting from the bottom of each circle:

Draw three flower petal shapes sprouting from the bottom of each circle:

Congratulations! You’ve just drawn your second pattern!

Pattern 3:

Now let’s do one more pattern that starts out as a single dot. This is what you’re going to draw:

simple flower border designs for school projects

Draw a row of dots (you’re getting good at this by now!):

Draw a row of dots (you're getting good at this by now!):

Draw a small circle around each dot:

Draw a small circle around each dot:

Draw another circle around each circle:

Draw another circle around each circle:

Draw a very small circle at the top and bottom and left and right of each circle:

Draw a very small circle at the top and bottom and left and right of each circle:

Draw a curve connecting each small bottom circle to the one next to it:

Draw a curve connecting each small bottom circle to the one next to it:

Draw a curve connecting each small top circle to the one next to it:

Draw a curve connecting each small top circle to the one next to it:

In between each circular shape, on the bottom draw 2 raindrop shapes: 1 leaning left and 1 leaning right:

In between each circular shape, on the bottom draw 2 raindrop shapes

In between each circular shape, on the top draw 2 upside-down raindrop shapes: 1 leaning left and 1 leaning right:

In between each circular shape, on the top draw 2 upside-down raindrop shapes

In between each circular shape, on the top draw 2 upside-down raindrop shapes

On top and on bottom, draw a row of “bumps” or “humps”:

On top and on bottom, draw a row of "bumps" or "humps":

Awesome – you just made another pattern!

 

After you’ve mastered how to make a pattern by starting with a single dot, learn how to make a pattern using other starting shapes – such as the pattern below, which began as a single wave!

Pattern 4

Create a Pattern in this Lesson

Draw a wave:

Draw a wave:

On top of that wave, draw another wave:

On top of that wave, draw another wave:

On the point of each top wave, draw a loop:

On the point of each top wave, draw a loop:

In between each loop, draw a circle:

In between each loop, draw a circle

Underneath your bottom wave, draw a straight line:

Underneath your bottom wave, draw a straight line:

Draw a series of vertical lines connecting the bottom wave and the straight line:

Draw a series of vertical lines connecting the bottom wave and the straight line:

Make another straight line at the bottom:

Draw another straight line at the bottom:

Start with a row of circles below the straight line:

Draw a row of circles below the straight line:

Cool! You’re becoming a real champ at pattern-making!

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