The daisy is symbolic of new beginnings and would be a pleasure to draw. It is quite easy an exercise and relies on circular guides. Children would be excited to shape the beautiful blossom on canvas. They can use the drawing on greeting cards and scrapbooks. The sleek shape of the flower would make it an instant hit with the little munchkins.
Step 1: Draw a circle. Make intersecting horizontal and vertical lines inside.
Step 2: Draw a smaller circle.
Step 3: Shape the slightly curved slender stem.
Step 4: Make arches on both the sides of the stem.
Step 5: Detail the uneven core.
Step 6: Make a similar structure inside it.
Step 7: Draw a small circle at the center and fill the double-lined border with tiny arches.
Step 8: Draw four thin petals at the top.
Step 9: Shape six petals on the right side.
Step 10: Sketch five petals on the left side.
Step 11: Fill up the spaces in between the top petals with partially visible ones.
Step 12: Repeat for the petals at the bottom and the sides.
Step 13: Draw the serrated outline of the left leaf.
Step 14: Repeat on the right side.
Step 15: Color the daisy.
The daisy is essentially white with a yellow center. The leaves and stem would look lush in green. The circular guides drawn in the initial steps help to keep the petals of equal length. The daisy is a common flower and sketching it would provide the first baby steps of drawing flowers, in general. The activity demands perseverance and patience to get the shape perfectly.