How to Draw Mistletoe

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In this tutorial I will teach and show you how to draw mistletoe in nine easy steps. Start this guide and you will get new useful skills!

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how to draw mistletoe step by step

In this fun tutorial, you will learn how to draw mistletoe in nine easy steps. I decided to continue the theme of beautiful plants that are used for decoration, so I prepared this lesson for you.

Mistletoe is a plant that grows on trees. Mistletoe berries are white or red. Red berries and mistletoe leaves are used to decorate the interior on weekdays and holidays. Such floral compositions are especially relevant for Christmas.

Carefully draw all the elements of this plant and later you will be able to use the acquired skills. For example, you can draw such an image on a greeting card for your family and friends.

Materials

  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Eraser
  • Coloring supplies

Time needed: 25 minutes.

How to Draw Mistletoe

  1. Draw the first berry.

    To do this, depict an even oval.how to draw mistletoe leaves

  2. Add the second berry.

    Next, draw another oval-shaped berry.how to draw cartoon mistletoe

  3. Depict the third berry.

    Draw a rounded line between the berries.how to draw mistletoe easy

  4. Sketch out one leaf.

    Below the berries, draw the first leaf, which has spiky edges.mistletoe drawing easy

  5. Draw the second leaf.

    Repeat the previous step and next draw another leaf of the same shape.mistletoe drawing simple

  6. Sketch out the third leaf.

    On the right side, depict the third smaller leaf.mistletoe drawing realistic

  7. Add veins on the leaves.

    Draw a thin line in the center of each leaf.mistletoe cartoon drawing

  8. Add elements to the berries

    Sketch out small circles on each berry.cute mistletoe drawing

  9. Color the mistletoe.

    Use red for the berries and green for the leaves.mistletoe drawing tutorial

Download the PDF file which contains a short version of this lesson. Save the file so you can return to the lesson at any time, even if you don’t have Internet access.

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