Be careful today’s lesson may get you really hungry! We’re learning how to draw a cute ice cream cone. We hope you’re going to follow along with us. This project is super easy and super short, but a lot of fun. Remember to add your own details, maybe your cone has more than one scoop […]
My little daughter, Hadley, loves Shopkins! They’re her favorite toy out of all her toys. Parents, if you haven’t heard of them or want to learn more, visit the official Shopkins website or even visit Amazon to purchase them (Amazon affiliate link). Now, this lesson is a bit challenging for younger artists. Remind your little […]
Today we’re learning how to draw a cute cartoon banana with a face! Follow along with us and draw your own funny banana. All you need is a marker, paper, and something to color with. When you’re done following along with us, use your own imagination and finish the background. Your background could include more […]
Our favorite wintertime drink is hot chocolate! Follow along with us and learn how to draw cartoon hot chocolate with two marshmallow buddies. Hot chocolate is always better with friends, just like art! Visit our art supply page for more information about the supplies used in this lesson.
Follow along with us and learn how to draw Poppy Corn Shopkins! We love Shopkins and love drawing them. Parents, if you’d like to learn more about Shopkins and even purchase them, visit Amazon through our affiliate link. Or, you can visit the official Shopkins website to learn more about these crazy cool toys. Visit […]
In today’s lesson, we’re not only learning how to draw a cooked turkey, but we’re also turning it into a construction paper cutout! Before following along you’ll need to gather up these supplies: Marker Gluestick Scissors Construction paper (black, green, brown, and white) Thanksgiving is such a fun holiday. It’s the time of year I […]
Learn how to draw a cornucopia! What’s a cornucopia, you say? It’s this unusually shaped basket used for decorating during Autumn and Thanksgiving. It symbolizes a good harvest. In the video lesson, we show you how to add vegetables and fruit. The step by step printables keep it even easier and just walk through the […]
Get those markers and paper ready, follow along with us and learn how to draw Apply Blossom Shopkin! To color Apple Blossom at the end you’ll need: Light green Green Pink Brown Yellow Shopkins are a lot of fun to draw. Parents, if you’ve never heard of Shopkins here’s our affiliate link to Amazon. Check […]
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.
Today we’re doing a fun cutout project and learning how to draw french fries. For this activity you’ll need: Marker Scissors Glue Construction paper (black, red, yellow, and white) When you’re finished following along with us, be sure to add your own extra details to your french fries.
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.
Learn how to draw a cute cartoon apple and worm! All you need is a marker, paper, and colored pencils.
Happy Monday! Today we’re learning how to draw another Shopkin. And if you really love drawing these toys, visit their official website and try drawing other characters on your own. At the end of today’s lesson, we’re giving away a Shopkins set! Ask your parents to visit this lesson on YouTube and leave a comment […]
We love tacos! Who doesn’t? Today we’re showing you how to draw a taco cutout. This art project is so much fun, but you’ll need a lot of supplies. If you like this project, be sure to check out our other cutout projects! Supplies You’ll Need -Construction paper (black, yellow, brown, green, red, white, orange) […]
I can’t believe how hot it is outside. The past couple days it’s been over a 100 degrees. So we thought it would be fun to cool off and learn how to draw a milkshake! When you draw your milkshakes, be sure to add your own details and extras. Also color your milkshake your own […]
Today we’re learning how to make a watermelon! This is a really simple construction paper cutout, even for younger artists. You’ll need red, green (2 sheets), and black construction paper. You’ll also need scissors, glue stick, black marker, and oil pastels (white, light and dark green).
Our first Shopkin drawing! Grab your paper and marker and follow along with us. Learn how to draw Cupcake Queen. Also be sure to visit the official Shopkin website, and try to draw other Shopkins on your own. How To Draw 50 Dinosaurs
We’ve drawn a birthday cake before. This time we’re learning how to make a pop-up birthday card. You’re going to need a lot of supplies for this: scissors glue marker construction paper We had a lot of fun making this card, we hope you have fun making it with us. We also hope the person […]
I’m not sure how many more characters we’ll draw from Uncle Grandpa, but we had to learn how to draw Pizza Steve. He’s definitely my favorite character from the show. If you haven’t seen the show, I do want to warn you…it’s a little different than what you may expect. I would compare it to the […]
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.
Mmmmmm who’s hungry? Let’s learn how to draw a 3D pizza! I think this is the fist time we’ve drawn any kind of food (oh wait we’ve drawn cake before), so what better way to start than our favorite. If you liked this food drawing lesson, let us know in the comments what kind of […]