You can’t have Halloween without a zombie! This lesson is inspired from the zombie on Scooby Doo. If this zombie scares your kids, you could draw with them…hahaha…plus, art is always more fun with friends. We hope your kids have as much fun as we did drawing this lesson. Remember, if we ever go too […]
Learn how to draw a cartoon raven! Grab those markers and colored pencils and follow along with us. Don’t forget to draw with a friend, too! This lesson is meant for younger artists, but older artists will also have fun. When your kids are finished with this lesson, check out some of our other cartoon […]
Austin is learning how to draw a cartoon black cat with me. He’s only five years old. And when he drew the cat ears he drew them tall and skinny, just like rabbit ears. Remember to encourage your kids to have fun and not worry if their drawing doesn’t look perfect. Challenge them to practice […]
Learn how to draw a witch! When you’re kids are finished with this tutorial encourage them to draw a big cauldron for her potion. They could also draw a spooky background! And if they can’t wait to draw more scary characters, you can visit the official Scooby Doo website. They could try drawing other characters […]
What a perfect time of year to draw monsters from Scooby-Doo! Gotch your marker? Follow along with us and learn how to draw a phantom ghost from Scooby-Doo. In this lesson, we show a fun way to draw links in a chain. Chains are great details to include in any spooky drawing. We also colored […]
We’ve folded water bombs before, but this lesson is how to fold an origami pumpkin. These are fun to make and fun to use as decorations around your house. All you need for this lesson is: Orange origami paper (or any square piece of paper) Black colored pencil Green pipe cleaner Scissors
Trick or Treat, I much prefer treats! Learn how to draw a cute cartoon candy corn. Austin is helping me with today’s lesson. He’s five years old. This project is simple and short for young artists. When your kids finish their drawings, challenge them to draw more candy corns all over the paper.
Halloween is almost here! We have many fun Halloween lessons you have to check out. Today we’re learning how to draw a haunted house! Halfway through the lesson we finish the house. You’re welcome to stop the video and add your own spooky details or continue with us. If you do continue the lesson be […]
The air is getting colder outside. You can tell Autumn is right around the corner. To get ready for the changing season we thought it would be fun to learn how to draw Autumn corn stalks and pumpkins.
I thought it would be fun to show Hads how to paint with watercolors! So today we’re learning how to paint a fall leaf with watercolors. We’re not using expensive watercolors either, we’re using cheap Crayola paints. The other art supplies you’ll want for this project are: paintbrush watercolor paper jar of water paper towel […]
Learn how to paint a fall tree with us! We haven’t done a painting project in a while…we had so much fun, that we’ll need to do more. For this project you’ll need: Paintbrushes Straws Acrylic or tempera paint (yellow, red, orange, and black) Paper (we used watercolor paper) Water in a jar Paper towels We also […]
Time for another cartoon Halloween character! This time we’re learning how to draw a cartoon witch. She’s really cute and fun to draw. We also tried to keep her very easy, so that younger artists can follow along too. Are you as excited for Halloween as we are? I can’t wait! Be sure to have […]
Don’t let the cuteness fool you, he’s still a little devil! Learn how to draw a cartoon devil with us. It’s fun and easy to draw, perfect activity for Halloween. It’s so close…I can almost smell the candy! Don’t forget our other Halloween art projects!
What’s Halloween without Frankenstein? Well how about a younger, more kid-like, Frankenstein? Today we’re learning how to draw a cartoon Frankenstein. For this activity, like many of our others, you’ll need a marker, paper and oil pastels. Of course, you can use crayons or markers instead. If you had fun doing this activity be sure […]
How to draw a witch cutout! This is a fun project, but you’ll need a few supplies and block out some time. You’ll need scissors, glue, marker, and construction paper (orange, purple, white, black, green).
We’re learning how to fold an origami witch, follow along with us! You’ll need a square piece of paper, a black marker, and some colored pencils. Do you need more Halloween art projects?
Follow along with us and learn how to fold an origami ghost! For this art project you’ll need a square piece of white paper and a black marker. It’s a little tricky for young artists, but that means it’ll be more fun doing this project together 🙂
Bats are usually scary, but not this one. Follow along and learn how to draw a cartoon bat with us. This is a perfect art project to do with young artists! When you’re done drawing the bat be sure to draw the background, or even more bats! Also check out some of our other Halloween […]
How to draw a mummy for Halloween! This was a fun video to do with my son, we hope you have a lot of fun drawing this with us too. Be sure to check out all of our other fun Halloween art projects on our Halloween page. When you’re done drawing your mummy be sure to […]
How to draw a ghost is another super quick, but fun Halloween drawing! Speaking of Halloween, have you guys decorated your house yet? Our decorations have been up for about a week now. Halloween sure is a lot more fun, when you actually get into it. I have to admit the last few Halloweens I […]
How to draw a vampire for kids! We’re so excited for Halloween, it’s one of our favorite seasons of the year. No better way to start it off than a drawing of the count! We’re going to be doing a lot more Halloween activities, so be sure to check back.
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Learn how to fold paper claws! This is a super fun and super easy art project for kids. All you’ll need for this art project is 10 sheets (one for each finger) of regular printer paper. It’s important to not use origami paper or square paper for this art project. Also, be very careful with […]
We’ve made a few pumpkins before (Jack O’Lantern, Paper 3D Pumpkins), but this how to draw a pumpkin is just for Thanksgiving. So we’ll be coloring it without a scary face. Thanksgiving is a special holiday we love celebrating in our home. It’s the day we pay close attention to things we’re grateful for, oh and […]
Happy Halloween art friends! It’s here, Halloween is finally here…now let’s go get some candy 🙂 Oh wait, it’s not dark yet. If you need a little activity to hold yourself over until the haunting hour, you’ve come to right place. Today we’re making spider hand cutouts, so grab some orange and black construction paper, […]
One more day until Halloweeeeeeeeen! Today we’re making a cutout, but not just any cutout, it’s a Franken-Brain cutout. You may be asking what is that, well it’s a portrait of Frankenstein but you can lift his hair to reveal his disgusting brain. Siiiiiiick! We thought it was pretty cool 🙂 Our favorite part of […]
How to draw a skeleton, just in time for Halloween! Of course Hads made her skeleton into a girl. Grab some paper and something to draw with, click the play button and follow along. One of our favorite things about this skeleton is that you can draw him/her doing different things. It’s easy to change […]
Grab a sheet of printer paper. Today we’re going to show you how to fold an origami spider! Not just any spider, this has got to be the coolest origami spider ever. There are a lot of steps to this art activity, but we go through each step slow so that even our young art friends […]
We’ve already drawn a 3D pumpkin but today we’re going to show you how to make a 3D pumpkin! Here’s a list of the supplies you’ll need for this activity: Orange construction paper Green construction paper Scissors Tape Stapler
Boo…We’re showing you how to fold an origami skull, today! Grab a white piece of paper and black marker, click the video, and follow along. Now if your skull doesn’t turn out perfect the first time, keep trying and adjust some some of those last few folds to get the teeth to line up. Worse […]