How To Draw An Easter Egg Folding Surprise
How To Draw A Bird’s Nest With Eggs
Hey Art-Friends! Grab those markers, paper, and oil pastels. Today, we’re learning how to draw a bird’s nest with eggs! If you like this lesson, check out our How To Draw Spring Stuff ebook. We hope you have fun following along with us. Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils brown green blue Lesson Length under […]
How To Draw An Easter Chick
We’ve drawn a baby chick before, but this time we’re learning how to draw an Easter chick! At the end, you can match the same coloring or use your creativity to change your drawing. You could design your Easter egg any way you want! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils yellow orange pink light blue *Learn more […]
How To Draw The Cutest Easter Bunny
I’m so excited for Easter! To celebrate, follow along with me and learn how to draw the cutest Easter Bunny you’ve ever seen. Also, don’t forget to finish your drawing by adding a background! Check out some of our other Easter lessons. Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils pink orange green *Learn more about the […]
How To Draw A Cartoon Baby Chick
We’re back from our spring break, and we had a lot of fun! But we’re super excited to start drawing again, and we hope you are too 🙂 Today we’re going to draw a cute cartoon baby chick. This lesson is great for younger artists, but still a lot of fun for older artists (like […]
How To Paint An Easter Bunny
Learn how to paint a simple Easter bunny! This lesson is perfect for younger artists, and a great way to get ready for Easter. Also, be sure to check out all of our other fun Easter art projects. Art Supplies blue construction paper paint brush paint white pink black water paper towels Lesson Length under […]
How To Draw An Easter Basket
Easter is almost here! Follow along with me and learn how to draw an Easter basket. This is a fun lesson to use in decorating your home or classroom. Halfway through this lesson, you can stop the video and have your kids finish their drawings on their own. Or, they can continue following along and add […]
How To Draw A Realistic Bunny
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 […]
How To Draw A Cartoon Easter Bunny
Easter is almost here, and we’re going to celebrate by learning how to draw a cartoon Easter bunny. For this project you’ll need the usual marker, paper, and oil pastels…but you’ll also need scissors, glue, and construction paper (blue and green).
How To Make Paper Lilies
Learn how to make paper lilies! This is a fun project for spring, holidays, or just someone you love. You’ll need white paper, scissors, pencil, tape, green and yellow pipe cleaners. Don’t forget to make a lot of them!
Easter Egg and Baby Chick Cutout
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 […]
How To Fold An Origami Easter Bunny
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.
How To Draw An Easter Bunny
What’s cuter than a bunny, how about an Easter bunny? Well, I’m really not sure what makes this bunny so Easter-ish…let’s leave that up to your kids to figure out. Maybe he needs a few Easter eggs around him 🙂 Watch How To Draw An Easter Bunny
How To Draw A Baby Chick
Super simple step by step for kids on how to draw a baby chick! Watch the short video and download the free printable!
Crayon Melting and Painting Eggs for Easter
Dying eggs for Easter was always a tradition in mine and my wife’s childhood, so of course we have to do it for our kids! This year for Easter we decided decorate eggs a little differently though. We used crayons and paint instead of dye.