White Anemone Flower Print + Tech Pretties. This original anemone flower artwork is available as an art print and pretties for your tech.
White Anemone Flower Print + Tech Pretties
Giving me a live plant is giving it a death sentence. I have a hopeless black thumb when it comes to gardening. But I still absolutely adore having fresh flowers in my home. My current obsession is the black and white Anemone Flower. I created this anemone floral art on my iPad Pro just for fun the other night and decided it would make a fun freebie for the blog with the start of Spring being only a few weeks away!
Download the White Anemone Flower Print + Tech Pretties
- 8×10 Printable with Hello Lovely Text
- 8×10 Printable without text
- Computer Wallpaper with Hello Lovely Text
- Computer Wallpaper without text
- Phone Wallpaper
- iPad Wallpaper
Downloads and designs are ©2018 Dawn Nicole Designs®. They are for personal use only, please and thank you. Thanks for respecting my copyright. 🙂
How to use The Downloads
- The printable is a PDF. It is a high print-quality 8×10 size.
- To install the Desktop Wallpaper, just click the link to pull up the image in a new window. Right-click the image to save to your desktop.
- If you’re unsure how to set your desktop, do a quick Google search for your computer model since it varies a bit for everyone. I’m on a MacBook Pro and can just right-click my desktop to change the wallpaper easily.
- For the phone/iPad/tablet wallpaper, download right on your phone and save to your pics. Then set as phone wallpaper. If you download the image on your computer, email it to yourself and then open the email on your phone and save the image to your photos. Next, select the photo and set as phone wallpaper.
- I created the Anemone Flower art on my iPad Pro in the Procreate App with various illustration and watercolor brushes (and my Apple Pencil, of course!). It took about 3 hours to create. All the little details in the flower center and stamen took the longest.
- When drawing flowers, I use photos of real flowers and pay attention to details that lend well to line work, curling petals, and areas of shadows and highlights that I can re-create with watercolor brushes.
- I added the “Hello Lovely” text with a brush font called April Blossom.
- Have an iPad Pro? Check out my iPad Lettering 101 Procreate Tutorials here.
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