Today in this super simple tutorial you will learn how to draw a Christmas card in just nine very easy steps.
Now I will show you how to draw a Christmas card. I promise that this lesson will be simple and interesting. As a result, you will have a good time and improve your creativity.
Christmas is a wonderful holiday when people give each other gifts and beautiful cards. Now you will learn how to draw a Christmas card step by step. The lesson consists of six simple steps and will be useful for you, as it will train your ability to draw even straight lines.
In the picture, you see a greeting card with a Christmas tree. The acquired skills will be useful to you in the future and you can draw the same Christmas tree when you want to make any other drawing, for example, a winter landscape.
The card is very simple, but at the same time beautiful. If you wish, you can add other elements, for example, make a congratulatory inscription or add an ornament along the top and bottom outline. Use your creative imagination to create beautiful drawings.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 15 minutes
How to Draw a Christmas Card
- Draw the sides of the card.
Determine the size of your drawing and depict two straight vertical lines.
- Depict the rest of the sides.
Draw two straight horizontal lines to depict a rectangle.
- Add the curve of the card.
At the top, depict two straight lines.
- Draw the base of the Christmas tree.
On the card, draw the short trunk and a horizontal line to depict the bottom of the tree.
- Sketch out the sides of the Christmas tree.
Using a few straight lines depict two sides of the Christmas tree as shown in the example.
- Color the Christmas card.
Use any colors for your drawing!
Christmas card is ready! I hope you have a great drawing and you are proud of yourself. Share your impressions and suggest ideas for future drawing lessons. Don’t forget to follow us on social media if you haven’t already.
At the end of the lesson, I have prepared for you a brief instruction in PDF format. Save this file so that you always have access to this lesson and draw at any convenient time.