Learn how to draw a great looking Bleeding Heart Flower with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Bleeding Heart Flower.
The bleeding heart flower is a delicate flower that resembles a dripping heart. The bright pink flowers make this plant a popular choice for gardens. With a bleeding heart flower drawing, you can make your own garden right on the page.
This cartoon bleeding heart flower looks exactly like the real thing. You can stick with the traditional pink or color your bleeding heart flower outline with a different color, like blue, yellow or violet.
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Once you're done, add more flowers to your drawing or simply hang up this picture and admire it in your room.
Use a pencil to draw your cartoon bleeding heart flower, then outline the drawing in black and color it with crayons, markers, paint or colored pencils.
Look up pictures of real bleeding heart flowers to get inspiration for your drawing.
See also, How to Draw a Tulip Easily.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Bleeding Heart Flower
How to Draw a Great Looking Bleeding Heart Flower for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Start with a long curve that cascades down to the right side of the page. Add a parallel line to complete the shape, then draw two smaller shapes using the same technique. These shapes resemble long, skinny triangles.
Easy Bleeding Heart Flower Drawing - Step 2
2. Sketch a heart shape underneath the middle stem. Instead of drawing the bottom of the heart shape, sketch two short lines. Use curved lines to connect the flower to the stem.
Easy Bleeding Heart Flower Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw an upside-down V inside the heart shape. On the left, curve the line upward and make a loop, then repeat this step on the right. Make a stretched-out teardrop shape in the center, and use short lines to connect it to the petals.
Easy Bleeding Heart Flower Drawing - Step 4
4. Sketch another heart shape with a stem, like an apple. Repeat the earlier step to draw the petal on the right.
Easy Bleeding Heart Flower Drawing - Step 5
5. Complete this flower with the same techniques that you used previously. For the last flower, sketch half a heart shape with an elongated shape at the bottom, like a ribbon.
Easy Bleeding Heart Flower Drawing - Step 6
6. Repeat this step to complete the flower. Make sure both sides are symmetrical. Use loose curves and points to draw the leaf, making a shape that resembles a flame.
Easy Bleeding Heart Flower Drawing - Step 7
7. Use the same technique to draw the other two leaves. Don't worry about making the shapes symmetrical--leaves tend to be imperfect.
Add More Details to Your Bleeding Heart Flower Picture - Step 8
8. Sketch lines inside the leaves, then repeat the process for two leaves on the bottom stem. Experiment with different angles instead of pointing every leaf in the same direction.
Complete the Outline of Your Bleeding Heart Flower Drawing - Step 9
9. Add the final leaf, and draw lines inside the remaining leaves for added realism.
Color Your Bleeding Heart Flower Drawing
Complete your bleeding heart flower outline with a black pen, then erase the pencil lines.
To make your bleeding heart flower outline as realistic as possible, use brown for the stem and green for the leaves. Color the flower petals dark pink with light pink on the inside. Add a blue background to your cartoon bleeding heart flower, or leave the background white so the flowers stand out.
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