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70 incredibly pretty floral bullet journal spreads

Granted 70 is obviously a lot! But I couldn’t break it down! Yes I could have but I wanted to see all the pretty floral bullet journal spreads!! Drawing florals can be an absolute pleasure – I personally am absolutely terrible at it. So terrible in fact that I’ve shared my botanical drawing books with my Bujo Bestie over at Little Miss Rose. But I will endeavour and keep trying! Because I also really want some pretty floral bullet journal spreads for 2019! My idea is to go minimalist, and have black simple flowers. But I guess practice will make perfect right!? So lets talk about how floral drawing and design historically came about! In our freebies section we have some really cute uploads of floral names which I update and add to weekly!

Lets learn to draw a floral border real quick!

3 Facts about Botanical Drawings

Rooted in ancient art and still prevalent today, depictions of blossoms, blooms, and other botanical elements can be found in many of the most significant art movements, whether carved into clay or starring in a still-life. Here, we trace the history of the humble flower in art, exploring its evolution and identifying iconographic trends that have attracted artists for centuries. Early herbals and pharmacopoeia of many cultures have included the depiction of plants.

1. Ealiest Botanical drawing book is the Codex vinodbonesis

This was intended to assist identification of a species, usually with some medicinal purpose. The earliest surviving illustrated botanical work is the Codex vindobonensis.

2. The inability to easily reproduce print could result in the wrong medicine!

The problem of accurately describing plants between regions and languages, before the introduction of taxonomy, were potentially hazardous to medicinal preparations. The low quality of printing of early works sometimes presents difficulties in identifying the species depicted.

3. There is a job called a Botanical Illustrator

When systems of botanical nomenclature began to be published, the need for a drawing or painting became optional. However, it was at this time that the profession of botanical illustrator began to emerge. The eighteenth century saw many advances in the printing processes, and the illustrations became more accurate in colour and detail. The increasing interest of amateur botanists, gardeners, and natural historians provided a market for botanical publications; the illustrations increased the appeal and accessibility of these to the general reader. The field guides, Floras, catalogues and magazines produced since this time have continued to include illustrations. The development of photographic plates has not made illustration obsolete, despite the improvements in reproducing photographs in printed materials. A botanical illustrator is able to create a compromise of accuracy, an idealized image from several specimens, and the inclusion of the face and reverse of the features such as leaves. Additionally, details of sections can be given at a magnified scale and included around the margins around the image.

Some amazing books to get you started

An onto our featured floral bullet journal spreads!

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The Art of BuJo is the best BuJo repost page, it has tonnes of interesting and inspiring spreads which are collated in super easy to find themes. Both the Instagram page and the blog are packed full of, not only pretty to look at pages, but helpful information and ideas on how you can make your BuJo really work for you

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The Art of BuJo is the best BuJo repost page, it has tonnes of interesting and inspiring spreads which are collated in super easy to find themes. Both the Instagram page and the blog are packed full of, not only pretty to look at pages, but helpful information and ideas on how you can make your BuJo really work for you

I love The Art of BuJo repost account because there are so many different types of spreads. You can see how unique people are and how different each person displays a topic. I love that. It shows how individual we are and should be.

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I love The Art of BuJo repost account because there are so many different types of spreads. You can see how unique people are and how different each person displays a topic. I love that. It shows how individual we are and should be.

I love the Art of BuJo because of their amazing themes. I get so much inspiration scrolling through each theme and it makes me want to grab my planner every time i see thier feed and try something new!

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I love the Art of BuJo because of their amazing themes. I get so much inspiration scrolling through each theme and it makes me want to grab my planner every time i see thier feed and try something new!

I love the Art of BuJo because it was a source of inspiration right from the beginning of my journey and a place where i could connect with this amazing supportive community! I found friends!

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I love the Art of BuJo because it was a source of inspiration right from the beginning of my journey and a place where i could connect with this amazing supportive community! I found friends!

The Art of BuJo is the only account I regularly seek out for inspiration. I love that its divided into themes, it is brilliant to scroll through if you are stuck for a theme for the month. I also love the diverse range of styles they feature! 

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The Art of BuJo is the only account I regularly seek out for inspiration. I love that its divided into themes, it is brilliant to scroll through if you are stuck for a theme for the month. I also love the diverse range of styles they feature! 
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