Dandelion Drawing Step by Step Tutorial

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

Dandelion Drawing

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


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

Step 1:

Let’s start drawing your dandelion. Dandelions are native to Europe, Asia and North America. In the first step, we will draw a dandelion flower. We will start drawing the narrow petals. The perianth contains a central disc; each contains a narrow petal around it.

So we need to draw narrow petals along the disc of the flower. We have to sketch narrow curves along the flower plate to draw the petals. After drawing the petals, we will draw the flower stalk. The flower stem is an important structure because it provides minerals to the flower.

Step 2:

Dandelion is a member of the daisy family. They are the nectar of early spring flowers to host pollinators. In the second step, we will draw another flower with its stem by following the process mentioned above. The flowers of the dandelion are very delicate.

Step 3:

Dandelions have many petals stacked on top of each other. They are perennial flowers. Dandelions have floating seeds and a fast growth rate. In this step, we will draw another flower with its stem by following the process mentioned above.

Step 4:

The sepals and bracts surround the dandelion flower. Dandelions bloom during the day, and they close at night. The dandelion flower head is made up of many flowers. The float is very delicate and soft. They cannot withstand air currents.

A rapid airflow will disperse the flowers in the air. In the reference image, the flowers are scattered in the air. Now we will draw the small scattered flowers of the flower. It is a method of seed dispersal in the dandelion plant.

Step 5:

It’s time to color our dandelion flower drawing. Give your drawing a natural look by painting it with ruby ​​red, orange, pink, dark purple, 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 a dandelion flower. It will be a great, quality, time-consuming activity for you. You have learned a lot about dandelion flowers in a simple and fun 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 of these beautiful dandelion flower drawings.

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