Oh how I love a watercolor peony! They're extremely beautiful and super lush. Now I know how a good freebie can be super helpful in trying something out. So here's my free watercolor peony bud worksheet. Enjoy!

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Free watercolor peony bud worksheet by Zakkiya Hamza of Inkstruck Studio

My watercolor peony bud worksheet consists of three pages of info that help you paint a watercolor peony bud in no time. You’ll learn how to break down the peony into a simple shape. There are also traceable worksheets that you can print on watercolor paper on your home printer.

If you don’t have access to a printer, you can see the shapes and understand the step-by-step process. This free resource is the perfect guide for you to kickstart your journey.

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  • Open the free watercolor peony bud PDF file in your Adobe reader software.

  • Click on File > Print. A pop up box will open up with the print details. Click on the "Page Setup" button seen towards the bottom left of the pop up box. Click and choose your paper size. Click OK.

  • Next, click on the "Fit" radio button and the page resizes according to your paper size. You can also manually enter the percentage to scale in the "Custom scale" radio button. Your paper size will be shown as a mask over the original size.

  • Click "Print" and you're good to go.

You can see a sped up video of a watercolor peony on my Instagram page HERE. The video will give you a quick look at how easy it is to paint and this watercolor free resource will give you the foundation required.

There are a whole set of mini tutorials that you can see of different flowers on my blog HERE. If you’re a watercolor flower lover like me, you’ll be super happy to learn from these.

I hope you enjoy this free printable and I would love to see you use them. Kindly tag me on Instagram at @inkstruckstudio or use the hashtag #makeinkstruck there. I would love to see how you use them.

If you have ideas for more freebies, comment below and I’d love to make them for you.

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