Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a very special holiday! It is a time to remember family and friends who have died, and to celebrate with them for a day.
Dia de los Muertos is an old Mexican tradition, but many people now celebrate it around the world. Sugar skulls are fun and colorful decorations for the Dia de los Muertos celebration. Follow the easy steps below to draw your own sugar skulls. You can add any decorations you like on them, but flowers are an important part of this holiday, so make sure to add some flowers!
how to draw a Day of the Dead sugar skull
Happy Halloween kids!
Let’s draw the Frankenstein monster! He is a friendly guy, even though he looks a little weird. Dr. Frankenstein put him together from spare parts. His brain was dropped into his skull and then the top of his head sewn on! Eeeeewwww!
But he’s just a storybook character, so we can have fun being scared and grossed out. Frankenstein won’t mind. By the way, he likes flowers and he doesn’t know how to talk. How would he tell you what he wants to say without words? Any ideas?
Follow the steps below to draw Frankenstein. You might want to add his body and maybe the castle where Dr. Frankenstein put him together. Have fun!!
how to draw a Frankenstein monster
Hi awesome artists! Do you like friendly monsters?
Springy monsters are very friendly and playful. They like to bounce around all over the place. Sometimes they land in squishy mud or in the butter dish, but they spring right back out! At the end of the day they have to take a bath to get clean and shiny again, so they stay springy and happy. 🙂
Let’s draw a friendly springy monster. Follow the easy steps below to draw your own springy monsters!
how to draw a friendly monster