The smaller the flower, the more detail seems to be called for. These are such simple blossoms that they lend themselves well to abstracting and incorporating into patterns. The only real challenge here was that I haven’t quite managed the shape of this tiny clear glass vase (but I just read an article about how to better deal with symmetry in such attempts), and I didn’t have the exact shade of blue pencil I wanted… the perfect excuse for a trip to the art store.
Forget Me Nots do a little trick called “self seeding”, which means there are waves of blue all over the yard and garden until the foliage begins to get grungy, then I yank them all up. The miracle is that next year, there will be even more!