Drawings for Christmas for children
Christmas drawings of children will help to create an atmosphere of celebration and comfort in the house. And they can also be used as a separate gift for congratulating loved ones and relatives, or for making beautiful Christmas cards.
It is interesting to look at children's drawings on the theme of Christmas, made in an unusual way - by applying fingerprints and hands to paper. / p>
Christmas drawings for children
For example, with brown fingerprints, children can paint a nursery, who was born baby Jesus and his first cradle. The youngest children can be a little help and pre-outline with a simple pencil a barely noticeable outline of the drawing, in which the child will paint.
House of Fingerprints
The cradle and star
Baby Jesus from prints
And if next to a pale brown or beige thumb print, put three more specks of pink or blue on each other , it will be the basis for the image of the Christmas angel.
All that remains is to finish the eyes, mouth and halo above your head - and the picture is ready.
You can turn into a beautiful picture the imprint of your baby’s whole hand.
For example , so: put imprint of brown paint color.
The middle of it should remain unpainted,and around this gap we apply yellow rays.
Rays of light on the palm
draw a swaddled baby in the center of the rays - and now we have Jesus, who was recently born.
Baby Jesus on a palm
Two white handprints easily transformed into ange skie wings. Put them on a blue background, finish the angel's face - and you will have a wonderful picture.
Angel from prints
It can be easily turned into a pendant by cutting out an image from a paper sheet and attaching a loop to it.
Cut the angel
Christmas decoration on the tree
You can draw such an angel onwhite background.
In this case, we make the prints pale blue, and the angel’s body and head are simple pencil.
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