Ah, the sight of cherry trees all abloom never fails to sweep anyone off his or her feet. It’s perfectly lovely. The cherry trees with cutesy pink flowers known as Sakura in Japan are simply mesmerizing. They look like pink fluffy clouds or huge floating cotton candies if you will. In 1912, Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo gifted the United States of America over 3,000 cherry trees as a token of a developing friendship between the two countries. These trees are planted in Sakura Park and is the venue for the annual 2-week event known as the National Cherry Blossoms Festival in time for spring. This free How to Draw Cherry Blossoms guide will let you capture those celebrated delicate beauties. If you have witnessed a cherry blossom festival or at least seen cherry trees in their heavenly glory, this is your chance to relive such an awesome moment. While these flower-bearing cherry trees have pronounced origins from Japan and other East Asian countries, their splendor is now present in other countries such as Canada and Germany. Simply follow this step by step lesson on How to Draw Cherry Blossoms and you’ll be able to paint such a sweet art.