Easy Daisy Flower painting – Spring landscape

It is so easy to paint daisies and they look so awesome! In this tutorial, let us learn to create an easy daisy flower painting that you can try on your own and add to your skill set.

This a lovely spring painting if you are thinking of creating something springy 😉 The bokeh effect of nature adds to this painting and gives the depth effect.

So let’s get started learning to paint an easy daisy. The complete process video is at the end of this blog if you want to watch it and paint.

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Acrylic Colors:  

  1. Light olive green
  2. Cadmium yellow
  3. Viridian hue
  4. Burnt Sienna
  5. White
  6. Black


  • I painted on a 4×5 inches acrylic paper.
  • Cut this Canson acrylic paper into 6 equal pieces and you’ll get the size I used.

Acrylic Brushes:

  • I used a size 4 flat brush from this flat brush set which is perfect for this canvas size. If you are painting bigger, then switch to a size that is proportionate with your painting surface.
  • Size 4 liner brush from my favorite miniature brush set
PS. If you need some advice on acrylic painting supplies, check out this article – 3 Basic Acrylic Painting Supplies – The Minimalist List.

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painting steps:

1. Green background layer 1

2. second background layer with midtones

3. blend in with the first layer

4. 3rd background layer with the dark tones

5. round bokeh circles with a mix of colors

6. use different color for each circle

7. change the color value of each circle

8. the stem of the daisies

9. add each petal with each brushstroke

10. add a 2nd layer after the first layer dries

11. add the flower centre with a round brush

12. dab the brush tip with burnt sienna & yellow

And that’s it… just by following these 12 steps, you can now create your very own easy daisy spring landscape painting. 

Did you enjoy following this tutorial? What is the next painting you want me to teach? Let me know how it turned out for you by commenting below!

Happy Painting!

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If you need more guidance, watch my process here:

Thank you!

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