To keep things extra organized this year, I thought it’d be fun to create a new calendar design (here’s last year’s version!). For this one, we’ll be creating a versatile wreath that can be used for any month of the year. I’m also sharing a new method I’ve come up with for creating uniform spacing within the calendar no matter what size 2D grid you use 🙂

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Easy Wreath Calendar Design in Procreate

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Here’s a written overview of how to make an easy wreath calendar design in Procreate:
  • Start by establishing the circular base for the wreath. Draw a circle and reposition it into place.
  • Next, reduce the opacity of the circle and now add in some rotational symmetry.
  • Paint in some simply leaf shapes as the anchor of the wreath. Fill them all in with color.
  • Add in some one-off elements so that it is not too matchy on each side. Fill in these elements with color again. Apply a clipping mask to the leaves and add in a line detail.
  • Next, paint in some little blue flower clusters by turning on the drawing assist again. Create a new layer with a clipping mask and add some detail to each blue flower cluster. Add in the stems and leaves for these flowers.
  • Fill in the gaps around the wreath with little five petaled pink flowers. Add in their stamens.
  • Add in the calendar by changing the drawing guide to the default. Write in the days of the week in the middle cross hair of each 4 squares. Add in the numbers of the week following the same guidelines.
  • Write in the name of the month above the calendar, turn off your guides and you’re all set.
  • Done!

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