Yesterday, Austin and I learned how to draw baby Jesus in a manger. So today, Hadley and I are learning how to draw Mary and Joseph.
When doing this lesson you could leave extra space between Mary and Joseph so that you have room to draw baby Jesus later.
And when you’re all finished following along with, encourage your kids to draw a background on their own. They could add a nighttime scenery with a star, maybe even a stable.
I would LOVE to see how amazing your kids’ nativity scenes turn out. Take a photo of their art and then post it Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Also, be sure to tag us in the photo!
*Also, check out our other Nativity drawing lessons.
- colored pencils
- light blue
- light brown
- dark brown
Coloring tip: We used colored pencils, but you can use anything to color your drawings. Also, don’t feel like you have to color your art exactly like us. I think it’s awesome when our art friends change their drawings and make them unique!
*Learn more about the specific art supplies we used in this lesson.
- under 10 minutes
Watch How To Draw Mary And Joseph