We hope all of our art friends had an amazing Thanksgiving yesterday. Now that you’re full from turkey, let’s learn how to draw Santa Claus’s face! Are you a kid? Grab something to draw with and a piece of paper. Sit down and press play, you can draw with us while you watch. If we […]
How To Draw Christmas
Learn how to draw Christmas things! This is our Christmas art lesson category. You can find all of our past lessons here but check back for more lessons soon.
Here’s a fun art project to do with your kids involving The Night Before Christmas poem. It’s fun with the younger ones, I know Hads almost did a flip when I told her we’re going to finger paint. How are your kids holding up with all the excitement surrounding this time of year? I know […]
The holiday season, especially Christmas, is perfect time to focus on primary colors. More specifically, discussing how to get Christmas colors. Red – Is a primary color and doesn’t need to be mixed. Green – Is not a primary color and needs to be mixed. In this lesson we started out with how to draw […]
How to paint a snowflake with symmetry is a great art activity for the young artists! This is also a fun activity to do over and over, while trying different shapes and designs.
It was fun filming how to draw a wreath with my little Hads. She had a lot of fun to, even though…
It’s a 3D Rudolf Cutout! Hads got all giggly when she saw him, so I hope your kids enjoy him too. Materials Scissors Tape or glue Rudolf printout (either print on white or color paper) Rudolf Cutout Step By Step 1. Download and print cutout. You can simply print on white paper and have your […]
We had fun drawing Santa the other night, now it’s time to learn how to draw crazy Christmas elves! Chuckers was really excited to learn. If your family does elf on a shelf, your kids will probably get a kick out of this one.
Learn how to draw Santa! We took our kids to see Santa on Saturday, they loved it! I thought Hads would be scared for sure. Nope, she wasn’t scared at all and even asked him for a dolly. It made me proud.