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Refresh your gallery wall with 33 more of these totally free art printables! Want the original 33 freebies? Check out this post!

Since there has been a lot of love for my previous post on some really great free modern art printables, I did you a solid and found 33 MORE totally free prints. These are all available for you to decorate and get those picture frames filled up  QUICK. You could even hang them with just some washi tape and call it good!

To get these 33 totally free modern art printables, you can find the download links below the respective images. Happy decorating!

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Oh my word, guys, it has been so long since I feel like I've shared any of my art journaling work with you! It's been a crazy summer with us moving with three small children. We are in our new place in the city and I'm still pinching myself that we are really here! We lived in the country for 8 years in small towns, which we both loved and will look back on very fondly. Our move to the city was a big decision that was driven by wanting more opportunities for our children and myself, and my husband's career. 

We are mostly unpacked (excluded my basement that is housing a box city currently) and I'm getting back into the swing of things around here. In the midst of the craziness of moving I've been trying to steal some quiet alone moments when I can. I never realized how much I crave alone time until I had kids!
It's Throwback Thursday with StencilGirl, and I made this art journal spread using one of their older stencils Honey Comb. Since my new office has a desk dedicated just for filming (!!) of course I had to share the process with you too!

Check out the entire page from start to finish below:


free floral desktop wallpaper
This set of free floral tech wallpapers come after many a months of humming and hawing over the daunting task of learning how to use Illustrator.  I finally took some time last month to start. I've been using Photoshop for over 10 years now, but Illustrator was a whole other animal I was equally drawn to and avoiding. I spent some time vectorizing these flower illustrations I drew and had a lot of fun making them into a pattern! All this to say that you can grab this floral illustration wallpaper for your desktop, iPad and phone!
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*Click here to download your Free Floral Tech Wallpapers!*

If you just can't get enough of this floral pattern I drew, then you'll be pleased as punch to know you can also download a free set of bookmarks from Inkstruck Studio too!

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*Click here to get your free floral printable bookmarks!*


Flowers are timeless when creating in art journals, with hand lettering, in your planner, literally anywhere. There's been a huge shift towards line drawing and specifically line art flowers. This makes for some easy flower drawings, and I love the look so much that I typically include flowers of some fashion in most of my work! You can try out on your own, but having a guide to show you the basics can be incredibly helpful. These are some books that I have come across that show you some easy flower drawings and recommend if you want to dip your toes in the waters of floral line art!
Flordabunda Style: To Color, Craft & Draw - This book is bursting with a million ideas and steps how to create some simple and cute flower designs. It also has some coloring pages, and works within the concepts of zentangle (if you're into that!)

Modern Florals - The cover speaks for itself, and I promise the inside of Modern Florals is just as gorgeous. It's a best seller right now and it is easy to see why. The instructions are clear, easy to follow, and result in some seriously beautiful flowers!

Botanical Line Drawing - I recently picked this up and am already head over heels for the simple illustrations and the wide diversity in the book. Each section is divided by type (flowers, leaves, branches, etc) and each step is easy to follow. There's a practice area on each page under the steps so you can give it a go without needing a sketchbook. 
Star, Branch, Spiral, Fan - At first glance, this book looks like it has nothing to do with flowers; however the concepts inside are around using four basic structures that you can make anything in nature with. This extends to flowers, branches, and allows you to develop your own whimisical style.

Imagine a Forest - The black cover on this already had me swooning before I even opened the cover. Fans of folk art like myself will love the step by step color pictures showing how to create whimsical floral that have a distinct Scandinavian design. There's also project and design ideas on how to use your illustrations on every day items.

20 Ways to Draw a Tulip and 44 Other Fabulous Flowers - I originally picked this book up a couple years ago and haven't put it down since! Lisa Congdon's style is so distinct, and through this book she has a million ideas on how to draw a wide range of flowers. The are simple but endearing and can be a great starting point for developing your own style. I personally recommend it as I believe you get a great amount of ideas and inspiration for a good price!
Florabunda Basics - Another fabulous book by Suzanne McNeill that has over 200 designs for you to use as inspiration. Included are chapters on project ideas and the best materials to use for drawing. It is just packed full of enthusiasm from the author and totally had my head spinning with ideas when I opened it

Draw 500 Fabulous Flowers - This  little chunky travel friendly book is a great resource for floral inspiration. It doesn't have much room for sketching in it, but it serves as a great source of ideas and direction for a variety of drawing styles. It's a great companion to any other drawing books!

Draw 50 Flowers, Trees and Other Plants - If you are looking for a book  that has a more detailed and realistic style to drawing florals, I recommend this book. The author covers everything from flowers to pineapples to branches and everything in between. Each sketched step by step page shows you how to achieve a detailed line drawing. It's also a great price at under $10, and would be a great addition to a resource collection.
20 Ways to Draw a Tree and 44 Other Nifty Things from Nature - Another book from Quarry, but these books are just so good and full of so many ideas. This one is great if you want more than just flowers, as it covers trees, mushrooms, branches, animals, feathers, etc and a whole lot more nature stuff. Every page is full of ideas and has lots of room to sketch in so you can practice.

The Botanical Hand Lettering Workbook - I also love hand lettering and this book serves double duty as it covers hand lettering and floral drawing in it. It is thorough in showing different lettering styles, drawing florals and how to combine them into some really stunning pieces of work. The style is much more loose, sketchy and whimsical - which is what I love about it!

Illustration School: Let's Draw Plants and Small Creatures - This book shows you how to create cute flowers and plants, but also some super adorable plant/animal characters. Her instruction style has step by step photos, and then a sort of "fill it in" page where you complete her drawing with the steps you just learned. It's really fun to do, and is a great book for beginners!