We got Santa, elves, and a Christmas tree now we need a how to draw a reindeer! Reindeer are neat, have your kids seen a real one? If not, be sure…
This how to draw baby Jesus post was probably one of my favorites so far. I really enjoyed spending time with my kids doing art, plus discussing…
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. Half way 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 […]
Valentine’s Day is coming up, it’s time to start the LOVEY art projects 🙂 Today’s episode is with Hads and we’re learning how to finger paint swans for our Valentine’s cards. This project is cool because it explains symmetry in a fun way! Here’s a list of the art materials you’ll need for this project: […]
Grab those markers, art friends, and let’s learn how to draw a snowman. This project is short and fun, especially for younger artists. When you’re finished following along with us. Be sure to add more details to your drawing. You can add a background and more characters! Also, remember to use your own creativity to […]
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Christmas is such a fun time of year for my kids, wait who am I kidding? It’s funnest for me! I think reliving Christmas through…
This one is nice and easy for the younger artists, but stay tuned for our leprechaun coming up. It’ll be a little more difficult.
Saint Patrick’s Day is coming, teach your kids how to draw a leprechaun. Watch the short video and download the free printable!
This is a super fun game to play with your family or classroom! All you need is a paper plate for each player and crayons or markers. We used black, green, red and yellow colors. We also want to thank all of you for an amazing year! We’re taking a break over the holidays but will […]
Follow along and learn how to make a 3d Christmas wreath! This activity is super simple and easy for younger artists, but still turns out very cool. You’ll need a full sheet of green construction paper, a half sheet of red construction paper, scissors, and tape.
Follow along with us and learn how to fold an origami angel. All you need for this activity is a square piece of paper. Feel free to pause the video if we go too fast, or rewind if you need to rewatch a step. Also check out our other origami activities!
Learn how to draw a menorah! We celebrate Christmas in our home, but we love all of our art friends, and we wanted to draw a menorah for those of you who celebrate Hanukkah. The holiday season is a great time for everyone, and it especially makes the season bright when we respect all. We […]
Ho Ho Ho! Follow along with us and learn how to draw Santa’s sleigh. It’s really simple, even if it looks a little challenging. And even though we drew the toy sack and tree, you can draw anything you want in Santa’s awesome sleigh. We’d love to see how your drawings turn out. Ask your […]
For those of you who celebrated Thanksgiving, we hope it was amazing (plus very tasty)! We took a break last week to celebrate, so we apologize that it was a short week…but we’re back, and we have a new pet! Help us name her, by leaving a comment below and telling us what you think […]
Today we’re talking about presents, but not just any presents. We want to give parents some ideas on what art presents you could buy your kids. Or if you’re a kid, what art presents you could buy for your siblings or friends. We don’t talk about prices or really where you can buy these, because brand […]
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 […]
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.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! This how to draw a four leaf clover lesson is especially for young artists. We used green and blue construction paper, a black marker, oil pastels, scissors, and glue. After they complete their clover cutout, let your young artists finish their drawing any way they want. You may notice that most of our […]
Is it still winter where you live? It’s still winter here, but there’s no snow on the ground. So, we thought we’d do this fun snowman art project with construction paper! All you need for this activity is: Construction paper (blue, white, brown, black, orange) Marker Scissors Glue This is a great project for young […]
Thanksgiving is getting so close I can almost taste it! That means it’s time for some holiday art projects. Grab a marker and paper we’re going to learn how to draw a turkey today. Gobble Gobble! We’ve drawn a turkey before, we’ve also finger painted a turkey, we’ve even made a turkey cutout, but those were […]
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
It was fun filming how to draw a wreath with my little Hads. She had a lot of fun to, even though…
It’s a 3D Rudolf Cutout! Hads got all giggly when she saw him, so I hope your kids enjoy him too. Materials Scissors Tape or glue Rudolf printout (either print on white or color paper) Rudolf Cutout Step By Step 1. Download and print cutout. You can simply print on white paper and have your […]
We had fun drawing Santa the other night, now it’s time to learn how to draw crazy Christmas elves! Chuckers was really excited to learn. If your family does elf on a shelf, your kids will probably get a kick out of this one.
Learn how to draw Santa! We took our kids to see Santa on Saturday, they loved it! I thought Hads would be scared for sure. Nope, she wasn’t scared at all and even asked him for a dolly. It made me proud.
Now your kids know how to draw a turkey, but do they know how to finger paint a turkey? This is super easy for kids, even my little one-year-old got in on the fun! Materials Paint (you could even try our homemade paint) Paper Plates to hold the paint Paper towels for clean up And […]
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.