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.
Today we’re kicking off the Fall season with how to draw a scarecrow. This art project is easy enough for younger artists but still fun for the older ones. Remember, if and when we go to fast you can always pause the video to catch up. Materials All you need is something to draw and […]
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We’ve made a few pumpkins before (Jack O’Lantern, Paper 3D Pumpkins), but this how to draw a pumpkin is just for Thanksgiving. So we’ll be coloring it without a scary face. Thanksgiving is a special holiday we love celebrating in our home. It’s the day we pay close attention to things we’re grateful for, oh and […]
Happy Halloween art friends! It’s here, Halloween is finally here…now let’s go get some candy 🙂 Oh wait, it’s not dark yet. If you need a little activity to hold yourself over until the haunting hour, you’ve come to right place. Today we’re making spider hand cutouts, so grab some orange and black construction paper, […]
One more day until Halloweeeeeeeeen! Today we’re making a cutout, but not just any cutout, it’s a Franken-Brain cutout. You may be asking what is that, well it’s a portrait of Frankenstein but you can lift his hair to reveal his disgusting brain. Siiiiiiick! We thought it was pretty cool 🙂 Our favorite part of […]
How to draw a skeleton, just in time for Halloween! Of course Hads made her skeleton into a girl. Grab some paper and something to draw with, click the play button and follow along. One of our favorite things about this skeleton is that you can draw him/her doing different things. It’s easy to change […]
We’ve already drawn a 3D pumpkin but today we’re going to show you how to make a 3D pumpkin! Here’s a list of the supplies you’ll need for this activity: Orange construction paper Green construction paper Scissors Tape Stapler
Boo…We’re showing you how to fold an origami skull, today! Grab a white piece of paper and black marker, click the video, and follow along. Now if your skull doesn’t turn out perfect the first time, keep trying and adjust some some of those last few folds to get the teeth to line up. Worse […]
Today we’re learning how to paint a black cat and it’s especially for our younger artists! The art supplies you’ll need for this activity are: Paint (we used acrylics but you can use any) Paper (we used orange construction paper) Paint brushes Paint tray (or plate) Water Paper towels The steps for this activity are […]
Learn how to fold an origami bat! Grab a square piece of paper and follow along to fold your own super cool Halloween bat. We used yellow origami paper so that the folds would show up better in the video, but if you have black paper use it! Also remember that today is Friday, the last […]
We’re learning how to paint a bat, with Austin! All you’ll need for this activity is: Paint (black, white, and one other color) Paper (we used orange) Paint brushes Paint tray Water Paper towel He’s still only three, so we’re keeping this lesson extremely easy. If your kid is still learn the circle shape, be […]
Follow along with us and learn how to draw a 3D jack o lantern! It’s fun to see all the pumpkins in the neighborhood beginning to appear. It sure gets us in the Halloween mood. This drawing episode is a really fun way to learn how to add dimension or 3D to your jack o’lantern […]
Oh boy our Halloween excitement is at a level 10 around here. We went and picked out our pumpkins last night, and this how to draw a werewolf is just feeding the fire. What’s your kid’s favorite traditional Halloween character? Art Materials Pencil, marker, crayon Paper Watch How To Draw A Werewolf
How to draw death is a combination of how to draw a ghost and how to draw a skull. To draw death you start out by drawing a skull then use the ghost to draw his robe. So if you haven’t seen either of those lessons yet, be sure to check them out first. Art […]
This finger painting a pumpkin activity is super easy, fast, and fun for little kids. I did it with both Hads (4) and Austin (2). While Austin is not old enough to paint a face, he’s still able to have a blast. Hads, on the other hand, is right at the perfect age to work […]
Halloween is coming, teach your kids how to draw a skull! We couldn’t wait to pull out our masks, in fact we had to run to Target and buy a few more. What are your kids going to dress up as for Halloween? We almost convinced Hads that she should be a gorilla princess, she […]
We saw this how to make fall leaves on Pinterest, and thought we’d try it out ourselves. Hads loved it! She is still asking me if we can make more. First I have to apologize, during the video our camera turned off and I didn’t notice. So, there’s a small jump in between drawing the […]
My kids are already going nuts about Halloween, how about yours? It doesn’t help that the stores have had the decorations out for a couple of weeks. So I thought if the stores are doing it, and the kids are already freaking out, why not join in.