Create a stunning floral letter in Procreate

I love creating tutorials and weekly content for this blog and the email community. For the most part, I stick to ‘quick wins’ – projects I know can be consumed quickly and will cover something worth knowing about Lettering and/or Procreate.

This week is not that. Well, the video instructions below are just over 20 minutes which is pretty standard, but if you want to dive in and create today’s project, I can guarantee you’ll want to play around for hours!

Today we’re making this stunning floral letter with a dreamy watercolor background. You may have seen this type of design before. It’s beautifully detailed, but deceptively simple and satisfying to create.

Create Stunning Floral Letter with Watercolor Background in Procreate

With quarantine in full swing for such a long time, I know a lot of you are keen to sink your teeth into a meaty creative project to provide a bit of relief from the craziness outside. It’s great learning useful tips about Procreate, but today, we’re going to put our skills into action and create something really special! 

So put on your favorite tv show or podcast, (I even lit a candle to really take the chill vibe up to 11) and let’s make your letters bloom!!

Note: If you want to follow along exactly and use the same assets I’m using, you can grab these in an exclusive iPad Calligraphy bundle from Design Cuts for 50% off! Instead of being over $50, you can pick up 5 amazing packs for under $30.

I would love to see how your floral letter turned out! Post it on instagram and tag me @nicolemauloni ❤️

3 replies on “Create a stunning floral letter in Procreate

  • Alexandra

    Hi Nicole,
    I love this. One question how do you keep the letter on top so that when you add the wash background it doesn’t appear on top of the letter? I must be missing something.
    Thanks
    Alexandra

    Reply
    • Nicole Mauloni

      Hi Alexandra, thanks for the comment. So glad you like the project! Re your question, that will be a matter of making sure the layer you use for the watercolor background is *under* any foreground layers. This is done by their order in the layer panel.

      Hope that helps! Thanks, Nicole

      Reply

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