Learn how to draw a sunflower! This lesson is super simple, perfect for young artists and fun for any age. If you really like sunflowers, check out our Plants Vs. Zombie sunflower and our pastel sunflower! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils yellow orange green dark green *Learn more about the specific art supplies we […]
Today, we’re going to draw another emoji! This time we’re learning how to draw the tulip emoji. This drawing works well for birthday and mother’s day cards! It’s also a great drawing to celebrate spring and Easter. This is a fun lesson, especially to practice shading! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils pink red brown […]
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 […]
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 […]
Plant A Flower Day is every March 12th! We thought it would be fun to celebrate the changing season by learning how to draw a tulip in a pot! Follow along with us, and learn how to draw your own tulip. Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils pink green orange brown *Learn more about the specific […]
Learn how to draw cherry blossoms! Also, check out our new How To Draw Spring Stuff ebook. Today’s lesson is taken from the ebook. We’ll be following the same steps and show you how easy it is to draw cherry blossoms! Art Supplies marker paper colored pencils brown green pink dark pink white *Learn more […]
It’s Monday, and it’s time for another week of art! Today we’re learning how to draw a realistic bee. Grab those markers and follow along with us. We hope you’re also going to follow along when we color our bees. Adding color, texture, and shading is what really makes your drawing come to life. Remember […]
It’s springtime! Austin and I are learning how to draw an umbrella. Austin is five years old, so we’re keeping this art lesson simple for young kids. We hope you and your kids are going to follow along with us. Remember to use your creativity to change the lesson and add your own details, even […]
Follow along with me and learn how to draw a simple dahlia pom pom. This is a fun lesson and super easy. It’s even a bit relaxing. I hope you have fun following along and using your own creativity. You could add more flowers and even change the colors. Also, we’re taking a short spring […]
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 […]
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! […]
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).
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!
It’s groundhog’s day! Learn how to draw a cartoon groundhog with us. He’s super simple to draw, plus we try to keep the lesson super short…just for young artists. You can draw the groundhog two different ways, one with his shadow and one without. We sure hope the groundhog doesn’t see his shadow today.
Today we’re doing another spring art project for kids (young artists). Follow along with us and learn the how to draw a rainbow and the order of the colors. For this activity you’ll need: Oil pastels (crayons, markers, or colored pencils also work) White paper Blue construction paper Scissors Glue Also, at the beginning of this […]
Next week we’ll be taking a break and won’t be publishing any new videos. We’ll return on Monday April 13th, 2015! We don’t want you to stop drawing though, so we’re doing a Spring Art Contest! Here’s how you can enter: Draw a picture of spring Post it to Instagram Use two tags @artforkidshub and […]
Today we’re doing another fun and simple spring activity. We’re learning how to paint blossoms! For this lesson you’ll need: Paper (we used watercolor paper but any paper will do) Paint (we used acrylic paint, again any paint will do) Straw Paintbrush (Here’s the brush set we bought, here’s another great set for kids) Water […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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
Super simple step by step for kids on how to draw a baby chick! Watch the short video and download the free printable!
It’s starting to feel like spring! I’m freaking out, my kids are freaking out…bye-bye winter!