We always hope you’re going to follow along with us so we can draw together. Art is always more fun with friends! Today, we’re drawing a caterpillar, a realistic caterpillar. Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils green dark green orange *Learn more about the specific art supplies we used in this lesson. Lesson Length 10-15 […]
Happy Monday art friends! We love you all! Today we’re drawing a cute cartoon butterfly for my cousin Peyton. Be sure to stay until the end of the video, we show off all of the amazing art you sent us.
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 […]
How to fold a fortune teller! We now have about a hundred of these scattered through our house, all with different fortunes. I will admit that many of the fortunes are not ones you may actually want, but they are funny. Art Materials Used Origami paper Or, just a square piece of paper Remember, the […]
How to fold a butterfly! My kids love folding things out of paper. This activity we did together just because it ended up being a little difficult for Hads, but we’re going to keep practicing. We still had a lot of fun folding our butterfly together. And really for any art activity that ends up being too […]
Fun and free how to use oil pastels for kids! This oil pastel art project is of a Monarch Butterfly. Download the free print and follow along!
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a super simple butterfly. I was so proud of how Had’s butterfly turned out. Remind your little artists that it’s ok if their drawings don’t look like ours. The most important thing is to have fun. Materials Paper Pencil, pen, marker, or crayon