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How to Create 7 Beloved Christmas Images

It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, and for many, it’s also the craftiest.

I quite enjoy crafting for personal enjoyment when the stakes are low, but this year Big Daddy P, Boy Wonder, and BooBoo came up with the idea of creating a calendar of family artwork to give as Christmas presents. Excuse me, family artwork? Uh … easy for them to say, they’re each talented artists!

As the only non-artist in the family, I find this creative endeavor wildly intimidating. “But we only gave you December, Mom,” Boy Wonder reminds me, “You can do it. Just draw something easy like a snowman in the forest or Santa on his sleigh. We’re the ones who have to do the rest of the months!”

I hear what you’re saying, kid, but isn’t December like the most important month of the year?! What on earth am I supposed to draw? “A snowman in the forest or Santa on his sleigh” hardly sounds easy to me.

And just then, like a Christmas miracle, the answer suddenly became crystal clear: Art for Kids!

Owned and operated by talented artist turned friend, Rob, Art for Kids! has become my family’s premier site for step-by-step drawing, painting, sculpting, and crafting tutorials!

Suddenly, I’m pretty sure I can do this, and best of all I’m excited to try!

  • Create holiday cheer! 1 of 8
    How to draw christmas images

    Take a look at these 7 great holiday-themed images you can create that are just perfect for gifting and celebrating!

  • How to draw the Grinch 2 of 8
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    You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch ... but you sure would look cute as Mr. December on my family calendar! Grinch-loving hearts are sure to grow three sizes with this easy, step-by-step tutorial!

    Get the complete tutorial from ArtforKids!

  • How to draw baby Jesus 3 of 8
    Draw baby Jesus

    Ooo, I could also go with a nativity scene for the month of December. Just look at this beautifully drawn baby Jesus!

    Get the complete tutorial from ArtforKids!

     

  • How to draw a Christmas wreath 4 of 8
    how to draw a Christmas wreath

    Check out this merry and festive Christmas wreath! I think I might actually be able to create this one!

    Get the complete tutorial from ArtforKids!

     

  • How to draw an angel 5 of 8
    How to draw an angel

    Don't you just love this precious angel? Filled with so much Christmas joy and light, this Christmas angel is the perfect compliment to any holiday craft!

    Get the complete tutorial from ArtforKids!

  • How to draw a Christmas present 6 of 8
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    Isn't this 3-dimentional Christmas gift just so much more inspired than the average square gift? I'll say, and look at that cheery bow on top! Super cute and surprisingly, super easy.

    Get the complete tutorial from ArtforKids!

     

  • How to paint a snowflake 7 of 8
    how to paint a snowflake

    If you're looking to create a winter wonderland for all to enjoy, this symmetrical, painted snowflake is sure to be a frosty favorite! I'm thinking glitter, you guys!

    Get the complete tutorial from ArtforKids!

  • How to paint a snowman 8 of 8
    how to paint a snowman

    And of course, no winter landscape would be complete without a delightful snowman! Made from watercolors, rubber cement, and salt, this snowman might just be my most ambitious creative endeavor yet!

    Get the complete tutorial from ArtforKids!

     

If you’re looking for more holiday inspiration, be sure to check out additional Christmas drawing tutorials by clicking here!

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