Learn how to draw a firefighter! This was a fun project to do since we have so much respect for the men and women that keep our community safe. We are very grateful for them. We hope you have fun following along with us. Remember to finish the background when you’re done watching this video. […]
Learn how to draw a mom & baby otter. Mother’s Day is coming up and we thought this lesson would be a fun way to celebrate. Mom’s are special! They always seem to be there with their arms wrapped tightly around us 🙂 Visit our art supply page for more information about the supplies used […]
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! […]
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 […]
Ok art friends, it’s time for another construction paper project! Follow along with us and learn how to make a pop up Easter card. I always believe that home made cards are better than store bought, don’t you? For this project you’ll need: Construction paper (blue, yellow, green, and white) Scissors Glue Marker Crayons or […]
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).
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!
Happy President’s Day! Now I know we should’ve started with George Washington…but I couldn’t pass up how to draw a cartoon Abraham Lincoln. We’ll definitely have to draw George soon! Be sure to remind your kids and students, that making their drawings perfect is not important…having fun is the most important thing! Also when they’re […]
Today we’re making a really cool heart card, just in time for Valentine’s Day…so, if you need a sweet card don’t buy one just make it! All you need is construction paper, scissors, marker and glue. Don’t forget to check out our other Valentine’s Day art projects!
Valentine’s Day is almost here and to celebrate, we thought it would be so much fun to learn how to draw a hear with wings. If you like drawing wings as much as we do, be sure to check out our how to draw a phoenix. Also for this project you’ll need a red, black and […]
We’ve drawn a birthday cake before. This time we’re learning how to make a pop-up birthday card. You’re going to need a lot of supplies for this: scissors glue marker construction paper We had a lot of fun making this card, we hope you have fun making it with us. We also hope the person […]
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 […]
Learn how to draw a gingerbread man (or woman), with us! He’s super easy to draw, but also a lot of fun especially for younger artists. Remember to use your own imagination when decorating your cookie. You can follow along with us, or do your own thing. Also check out the other Christmas holiday activities […]
I thought it would be fun to show Hads how to paint with watercolors! So today we’re learning how to paint a fall leaf with watercolors. We’re not using expensive watercolors either, we’re using cheap Crayola paints. The other art supplies you’ll want for this project are: paintbrush watercolor paper jar of water paper towel […]
Learn how to draw a polar bear with us! All you need is a marker, paper and something to color with. Then just follow along! If you like this lesson and haven’t drawn a grizzly bear yet, you got to check that one out too!
Here’s another fun and simple art project, that’s sure to get you in the spirit of Thanksgiving! Learn how to draw cartoon pilgrims! Both Austin and Hads are helping me today, so we’ll be drawing a boy and a girl. Once you finish drawing your pilgrims, don’t stop there! Try drawing the background, maybe even a […]
Learn how to draw a cute cartoon turkey! Although, this one is definitely too cute to eat 🙂 Get your paper and marker ready, then follow along with us. If we go to fast, just pause the video and catch up. Remember after you’re done drawing your turkey, keep drawing the background…or draw more turkeys. […]
How to fold an origami turkey! This lesson may be a little tricky for young artists. Don’t let that stop you though, work on the project together! I think art projects in teams or with a friend are much more fun than by yourself. For this project you’ll need one sheet of brown origami paper. […]
Learn how to paint a fall tree with us! We haven’t done a painting project in a while…we had so much fun, that we’ll need to do more. For this project you’ll need: Paintbrushes Straws Acrylic or tempera paint (yellow, red, orange, and black) Paper (we used watercolor paper) Water in a jar Paper towels We also […]
Time for another cartoon Halloween character! This time we’re learning how to draw a cartoon witch. She’s really cute and fun to draw. We also tried to keep her very easy, so that younger artists can follow along too. Are you as excited for Halloween as we are? I can’t wait! Be sure to have […]
Don’t let the cuteness fool you, he’s still a little devil! Learn how to draw a cartoon devil with us. It’s fun and easy to draw, perfect activity for Halloween. It’s so close…I can almost smell the candy! Don’t forget our other Halloween art projects!
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 🙂