A rainbow grid of flowers and drawings of flowers against a black backdrop.

Out Now: A Lars Flower Drawing Course!

I’m so excited to announce our newest course in The School that Lars Built! Learn to draw: Flowers!

Summer days can feel long and listless, but adding some structure makes all the difference. This flower drawing course would be a perfect way to get up and at ’em during your summer days. It would be a great morning ritual for you, your kids, or your whole family, and I think you’ll agree with me that having a morning ritual works wonders on jumpstarting the day. I’m sure I’m not the only one who needs the extra help on those lazy summer days!

Learn to Draw: Flowers is perfect for all ages and skill levels. Kids especially love the confidence boost that comes from being able to draw something, and my instructional videos with helpful tips and tricks will set the whole family up for artistic success.

Looking for a summer art project for yourself or your kids? Look no further! Learn to Draw: Flowers is a flower drawing course designed to bring floral drawings into your home and into your skillset.

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Newsletter Perks!

Newsletter subscribers got early access to the course, as well as early bird early bloom pricing for the course. Lucky ducks! Still, if you missed early access don’t fret! Signing up for our newsletter will give you more great deals in the future, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at The House that Lars Built. The Lars team works hard to deliver great newsletters every week, so don’t worry–we promise not to flood your inbox. And signing up is super easy! Scroll to the bottom of the page and find a green box where you can put your email address, and voila! You can also sign up here.

Even if you missed this round of newsletter goodness, you can still get a great deal on Learn to Draw: Flowers. Today only you can get the course for 15% off with code GARDENIAPARTY15, and if you’re one of the first 20 lucky people to buy Learn to Draw: Flowers, you’ll even get a free floral sticker pack thrown in! Don’t miss out!

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About Learn to Draw: Flowers

Long-time readers might remember a 31-day flower drawing challenge I hosted several years ago. I taught budding artists (pun intended) how to draw a new flower every day for a month. Then, at the end we all had a gorgeous portfolio full of floral drawings. These artists used their newfound drawing skills to make paper crowns, paintings, repeat patterns, cookie decorations, greeting cards, and more! Check out #LarsFlowerChallenge for some incredible inspiration—I was honestly floored by everyone’s creativity, and I’m so excited to see more of it!

This flower drawing course expands on those tutorials, with lots and lots of added new content. I wrote the course to set you up for flower drawing success. I’m excited to see how you fill your life with lovely flower drawings, and you should be too! Working through this course would be a great way to kickstart your creativity every morning, but you can do the course at whatever pace feels best to you.

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On top of the instructional videos about how to draw each flower, the course includes historical information about 31 different kinds of flowers, references to the flowers throughout art history, and floral design tips for each bloom. You’ll definitely impress your friends with all your flower knowledge, and I bet you’ll have lots of fun identifying the various flowers in your neighborhood and in arrangements.

Learn to Draw: Flowers also comes with new, never-before seen printable posters, which would look incredible in an art studio, bedroom, kitchen… pretty much anywhere!

Whether you’re 9 or 99 (or even younger!) this course is sure to be great fun for budding floral enthusiasts and artists. I would love to see what you learn with #LarsDrawsFlowers. Share the inspiration!

3 COMMENTS

  1. 5/21/21- Today on Bloglovin I saw a headline for this class but when I clicked on it the link said error? Pat S

  2. I went back and checked Bloglovin and the link is now working. When I originally saw it in my email from Bloglovin this morning it was not working.

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