With brown paint and a flat brush, paint on branches. These do not have to be done in great detail. This is a very basic painting style.
With a very thin brush and brown paint add small lines in the middle of the blossoms to represent the stamen.
These branches are supposed to be closer and therefore more detailed. Start with a basecoat of dark brown, then add a highlight of lighter brown on the top surface and along the right side of the branches.
If you have ever walked under a cherry tree, you will have noticed that petals are always falling. Add a few single petals falling down the canvas.
I glued a few faux blossoms onto real branches and placed them in a garden trug. A cute star birdhouse finishes the look!
A pretty cherry blossom painting along with faux cherry blossom and garden style decor, can brighten up your dining room for spring!