We had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend, we hope you did too! Because it’s “officially” summertime (to me), we thought it would be fun to celebrate by learning how to draw a bbq grill. Parents, post a picture of your child’s artwork to Instagram! We want to see their completed challenge! Art Supplies marker paper […]
Today, Hadley and I are learning how to draw a flower bouquet! We’d love it if you followed along with us. This lesson uses overlapping, but you and your kids can space the flowers out to avoid overlapping. This will make the lesson even easier for younger artists. For our art club members the printables […]
November 11th is the day we celebrate Veterans Day and honor those that served in our armed forces. It’s also called Remembrance Day, the day that many other countries also honor those that died while serving. Here are a few other lessons that can help celebrate this day: How to draw poppies How to paint […]
How to draw a realistic tank! This lesson may look difficult, but if you take it one step at a time it’ll seem much easier than it looks. We used Prismacolor colored pencils to color our tanks. Visit our art supply page if you’d like to learn more about the materials we love. If this […]
The 4th of July is almost here! To celebrate we thought it would be fun to learn how to draw The American Flag. Not just any flag though, a 3D flag! If you don’t live in the US, that’s ok! The beginning of this tutorial will show you how to draw any flag blowing in […]
Happy Memorial Day! Today we thought we’d celebrate by learning how to draw a soldier. We want to thank all of those people who have served or are serving. Thank you, we love you.
Hads and I learned how to fold an easy origami flower today! Follow along with us to fold your own. All you need is a square piece of paper. When we go to fast or speed up the video, you can pause it, finish the step, then press play. Try practicing this a couple times, […]
Today we’re learning how to draw a rose (again), but this time we’re cutting them out of construction paper too. We also made the steps for this rose slightly easier, for younger artists. For this art project you’ll need: Marker Construction paper (red, green and yellow) Scissors Glue You could also turn this project into […]