We’ve drawn a leprechaun before, but I thought it would be fun to learn how to draw another cartoon leprechaun! Well, really can you ever have too many leprechaun art lessons? I don’t know…maybe. Anyways, I hope you have a lot of fun drawing along with me. This art activity is perfect for classrooms and […]
How To Draw Spring Things ?
I promise these lessons will warm your home and classroom ❤️
Grab your markers and colored pencils. Today we’re learning how to draw pretty poppies! You’ll need a bright red, green, yellow, and black colored pencils to color your pictures. I used black to add shading, but you can leave that off to make this project easier. Also, when you’re finished following along with us, draw […]
Learn how to draw a daisy! This lesson is for young artists, but it can easily be modified for older artists.
It’s springtime here in the United States! Time for flowers! For this project you’ll need a square piece of paper. Follow along with us and learn how to fold an origami iris. This project is a little challenging for younger artists, but that means it’ll be a fun project to do with your young artists! […]
Time for another bunny lesson, hahaha! This time we’re learning how to draw a realistic bunny. Don’t worry though, we have a bunny for younger artists too. Plus check out our other easter lessons. In this video we use colored pencils to color and shade our bunnies, but you can use anything you want. Also, remember […]
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, […]
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 […]
Today we’re showing off how to color a butterfly with watercolor pencils! If you haven’t watched how to draw a butterfly on a flower, yet…be sure to watch that first. In this lesson we used watercolor pencils and made copies of our original drawing. Many new printers have also have a scanner that allows you to […]
Hads is my special guest today, and we’re learning how to draw a butterfly on a flower! This is another fun and simple drawing activity you can do with young artists 5 and under…though older artists may enjoy it too 🙂 We love drawing insects, we’re going to be drawing them all week. Check our […]
Happy Memorial Day art friends! Today is the day set aside to honor those men and woman who have lost their lives in the service of our country. We, as a family, also have a tradition to visit our grandparent’s graves and leave them flowers. Because of that we thought it would be fun to […]
Well it’s finally starting to feel a little bit like Spring around here. Here’s a few steps on how to draw Spring! I did this activity with my little Hads, so we drew a little girl jumping in a rain puddle. If you’d like to draw a boy instead, simply draw shorter hair and shorts […]
I loved teaching Hadley how to draw three spring flowers! I hope your kids have fun following along with us. Watch How To Draw Three Spring Flowers
Bees are not exactly a family favorite around here. Last summer, Chuckers went to check the mailbox and on his way back to the house a bee stung him right on the side of the neck. He came running into the house yelling, “I got stung! I got stung!” Mom and Hads came to the […]
Simple step by step instructions on how to draw a ladybug, perfect for really young artists. Watch the video and download the free steps.