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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Austin’s heart bear cracks me up! I love it so much. This art project is perfect for your young artists. We tried to keep the steps very short and lines even shorter. Remember to do these activities with your little artist. They’ll have even more fun if you’re right there next to them. After you’re […]
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 […]
Tweet, tweet! We’re drawing another awesome bird today. This time we’re learning how to draw a cardinal bird. I love how red they are. So, grab your markers and paper and follow along with us. Remember, if we go to fast you can always pause the video. Also check out our other how to draw […]
Summer is practically here (for us in the U.S.)! Our favorite thing to eat, during summer, is ice cream. Learn how to draw an ice cream cone with us…be careful though, you might get really hungry! For this activity we used construction paper, a black marker, scissors, glue sticks and oil pastels. This is a […]
MMMMMmmmm…I’m hungry! Let’s learn how make a hamburger cutout! You’ll need construction paper, scissors, glue, and colored pencils. The colors of construction paper we used were: Tan Yellow Brown Red Green We used the same colors of colored pencils.
Get your construction paper out again, today we’re learning how to make a crown…an easy crown, perfect for young artists. And since Mother’s Day is almost here, you could make this crown for your mom! She deserves to be queen for a day! For this art project you’ll need: Yellow construction paper We also used […]
Today we’re going to show you how to make an easy Mother’s Day card! All you’ll need is some construction paper, scissors, a marker and some glue! Remember, on Mother’s Day to tell your mom, grandmother and the special woman in your life how much you love them.
This art project was a lot of fun with Hads. We made an Easter egg and baby chick cutout. The top part of the egg opens up and the baby chick sits inside. You can glue the chick down, but we thought it was cooler that she could be removed from the egg entirely. We […]
So we thought we’d learn how to fold an origami Easter Bunny! You’ll need origami paper or a square piece of paper to begin this activity. This one is not too hard, but younger artists may need a little help making some of the folds.
Today we’re doing another fun and simple spring activity. We’re learning how to paint blossoms! For this lesson you’ll need: Paper (we used watercolor paper but any paper will do) Paint (we used acrylic paint, again any paint will do) Straw Paintbrush (Here’s the brush set we bought, here’s another great set for kids) Water […]
Hads is my helper with all the folds today, and we’re folding another spring flower. This time we’re learning how to fold an origami tulip! This one is a lot of fun, but it’s a little more complicated then our last how to fold an origami flower. You’ll need two square pieces of paper for […]
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, […]
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! This how to draw a four leaf clover lesson is especially for young artists. We used green and blue construction paper, a black marker, oil pastels, scissors, and glue. After they complete their clover cutout, let your young artists finish their drawing any way they want. You may notice that most of our […]
“I am the Lorax. I speak for the trees. I speak for the trees for the trees have no tongues.” Yes! Follow along with us and learn how to draw The Lorax! You’ll need a marker, white paper, and oil pastels. Before we draw The Lorax, we decided to give away a collection of all […]
Austin is learning how to draw Earth, today! He’s three so this activity is great for younger artists. Follow along with us and if we go too fast, just pause the video. For this activity you’ll need a marker, white paper, black construction paper, oil pastels, scissors, glue, and a large circle object to trace […]
Hey art friends! Today’s lesson is how to draw a hummingbird. We used regular printer paper (letter), Sharpies, and Prismacolor pencils. We also go over blending and shading. Chuckers and I had so much fun drawing this bird. Remember to have fun when you’re following along with us. If you get frustrated, because your drawing […]
Is it still winter where you live? It’s still winter here, but there’s no snow on the ground. So, we thought we’d do this fun snowman art project with construction paper! All you need for this activity is: Construction paper (blue, white, brown, black, orange) Marker Scissors Glue This is a great project for young […]
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 […]
Hey art friends! How to draw Rudolph completes our fun Christmas FACE series. Be sure to check out the other lessons: How To Draw Santa Claus How To Draw Mrs. Claus How To Draw A Christmas Elf We want to wish you all Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We love all of […]
When Austin helps me with the art activity you know the project will be especially made for our young art friends. How to paint a penguin is perfect for artists 5 and under! All you need is three paint colors (black, white, and orange), paint brush, water, paper towel, and blue paper. The trickiest part […]