Daisy Flower Drawing Step by Step

Daisy Flower Drawing easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw a flower for beginners and everyone.

Daisy Drawing

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Emma Jane Lefebvre

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1:

Let’s start drawing your daisies. Daisy is native to Europe but has become popular in North America. In the first step, we draw a circle with the help of a compass. The circle helps us to shape the flower head.

So in the first step we draw a circle. We’ll draw a circle on top so we can draw a complete flower on the page. Then we will start drawing the petals on top of the flower. The flower has a disc around the petals arranged in a spiral.

Step 2:

In the second step, we will sketch the petals. Petals long, oval; they are arranged along the disk. There is a central disc in the flower. Sketch a round black disc centered with flowers. Then outline the long oval petals on top of the flower as shown in the reference image.

Step 3:

This step involves drawing the stem of the flower. The trunk is an important structure. The stem provides all the minerals needed for the plant to survive. It can even survive in areas of heavy snow. The stem of the chrysanthemum is straight. So, draw the stem of the chrysanthemum to perfection.

Step 4:

As a fourth step, we will draw chrysanthemum leaves that contain small toothed leaves with smooth borders. The leaves from the base of the flower stem. The leaves are green and contain a midline vein inside. The medial veins in the leaf help maintain health as it delivers food to different parts of the leaf.

We will draw 2 to 3 leaves on the stem of the chrysanthemum. Leaves are small, serrated. The leaves give the chrysanthemum a pretty look. Chrysanthemums come in many colors like orange, blue, purple, red and white, etc.

Step 5:

It’s time to color our chrysanthemum drawing. Give the drawing a natural look by coloring red, orange, pink, yellow or white for the flowers and green for the leaves. I hope that children will find this drawing engaging and engaging.


I hope you can now draw or sketch daisies. It will be a great, quality, time-consuming activity for you. You will learn many things about chrysanthemums in a simple and interesting way. We will continue to make attractive, easy drawings for you as long as you continue to draw our pages. Please share your valuable feedback on what you think about these beautiful chrysanthemum drawings.

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