Floral Doodles Using Irojiten Colored Pencils 1


Hello friends, it’s Smitha here with a new blog post! Who is in the mood to create an easy floral page of their own? Let’s pull out those colored pencils and get coloring.

Smitha Doodles colored pencil florals

Material list:

Smitha Doodles colored pencil florals

Step 1:

I’m trying out these Irojiten Color Pencils on black paper today! These are the Volume 1 collection of colors and they show up on the black paper beautifully! The Irojiten Colored Pencils are easy to apply to paper. They have no wax build-up.

I started my page by doodling simple flowers in a few colors. I love this already!

Smitha Doodles colored pencil florals

Step 2:

These colors can be layered easily on top of each other. Vary the shapes of your flowers to add more interest to your page.

Smitha Doodles colored pencil florals

Step 3:

The best way to create a cohesive spread is to use a pre-selected dictionary of colors. I love this pale set of colors from the Irojiten Colored Pencils Rainforest Dictionary. There are a total of three dictionaries and nine volumes available, so pick the colors that make you happy.

Smitha Doodles colored pencil florals

Step 4:

Add smaller buds, vines, tiny leaves and dots to fill up the empty spaces on the page. Here is a closer look at how my page is looking!

Smitha Doodles colored pencil florals

My finished page makes me smile! I love the blue leaves and the scratchy look of the flowers.

Smitha Doodles colored pencil florals

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Happy crafting!

Smitha

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  • Bonnie

    I love the pops of color on top of the black pages. One of these days I’m going to have to pick up a black dot grid journal and give it a try. I currently don’t have the correct writing tools besides maybe a few glittery gel pens. I love your doodles, they turned out great.