How to Draw A Holiday Wreath- Wreath Drawing Tutorial – The Kitchen Table Classroom
If you can draw a straight line, you can draw a holiday wreath! Follow along with my wreath drawing video tutorial step-by-step.
What do you need for this wreath drawing…
In the images below, I’ve included a colored version (created with these washable markers) as well as a black and white version.
Little parts make up the whole with this wreath drawing…
Wreaths are round, but for this wreath drawing, you’ll only be drawing a series of short straight lines. Once you understand how those little lines work together, you’ll be able to draw all kinds of variations on this holiday wreath! Grab a scrap piece of paper and whatever drawing tool you’ll be using. Draw a straight line down the middle of the paper.
Drawing the pine branches…
Start by lightly tracing a circle with a pencil, which will disappear into the branches you’ll draw. (Do not trace this circle with a marker.) Now imagine that the lightly drawn circle is the straight line you drew in the practice round. Stagger pine branches off the main “trunk” or circle of your wreath.
Add embellishments to your wreath drawing….
Make the wreath your own! I like to add dots to my wreath drawings; I imagine them to be little winter berries, but you can add anything you want. Those little dots are also an easy way to add interest to any blank spaces your wreath drawing may have! I can also imagine adding bows, banners, birds, candy canes, etc. after you’ve gotten a little practice.
Want to draw your wreath drawing alongside me…
If you prefer to learn by doing and seeing, this video is for you! Follow along as I break down my wreath drawing step by step!
More holiday craftiness from KTC….
If you liked this wreath drawing tutorial, you’ll love my pine tree zero mess painting tutorial and my watercolor pine tree tutorial, both of which include a free video lesson! Printable Christmas tree templates are ready to be decorated and folded into sweet little Christmas tree luminaries.
What do I draw for Christmas?
8 Holiday Drawing Ideas to Get You in the Mood for the Holidays
- Christmas Trees.
- Neighborhood Christmas Decorations.
- Holiday Lights.
- A Cozy Scene.
- A Nutcracker.
- Christmas Ornaments.
- A Holly Wreath.
What does Advent wreath symbolize?
The wreath, which is made up of various evergreens, represents continuous life, while the wreath’s circle, which has no beginning or end, represents God’s eternity, the immortality of the soul, and the everlasting life we find in Christ.