Description: Okay so I am back again with another tutorial for the Christmas season. Toady I will start by showing you "how to draw a wreath step by step". Yes, I already know that I have a lesson that teaches you how to draw a Christmas wreath, but I wanted to do a more updated version opposed to the old one I drew a year ago. This wreath was drawn live yesterday and I had so much fun with all of you that joined me. I tried to make the background look like a door, conveying that the wreath is hanging on the outside of a house door. Wreaths are great decorations for your house, car, truck, or business. This is another great tradition that my family does. Making wreaths of our own from various pine trees in the area. All we do is drive to the woods, get out, and start picking and pulling from the trees in the shallow forests. Along the way we also like to pick-up acorns and pine cones, so that we can decorate our wreaths with them. We will usually get some seasonal colored glitter glue and draw designs on the pine cones before we hot glue them to the home-made wreaths. This type of activity can easily be carried out in your homes too if you like doing family oriented stuff around the holidays. It is a very inexpensive way to decorate the house during the Christmas month. The only think you need to have on hand is some glitter, glue, and twine. Well anyway, I hope you guys have fun learning "how to draw a wreath". When you are done you can hang up your hand drawn wreaths in the windows, walls, and refrigerators. I will be back with more drawing fun. Peace out guys and have fun!
Description: Okay lets start drawing some wreaths huh? Start with two circles, one being bigger than the other, but also unified. Once that is done you can draw yet another circle shape for the knot of the bow that you will draw later on. Lastly draw two tiny balls on both sides of the wreath for the mistletoe.
Description: Okay,Now you will start sketching out the actual shape and texture of this wreath. The lining should look razor like because this wreath is made from a red pine tree. Red pines have branches with long hair like needles on them. I find that this type of tree is the best kind to use when making wreaths. You will also start drawing the outlines of the leaves for the mistletoe, and the beginning shape of the bow tie.
Description: Finish drawing the mistletoe as you see here and then color in and detail the berries. Once that is complete you will finish sketching out the bow, and be sure add the crease, fold, and wrinkle lines.
Description: This is your drawing step. All you have to do is draw in a few clusters of cranberries, and then finish off the bow by drawing the hanging loose ribbon. Erase the visible guidelines and then move to see what your wreath should look like.
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