How to Draw a Cornucopia For Kids

Total Likes
Add To Favorites


Start by making an oblong shaped circle for the opening of your cornucopia.


Here you will draw some fruit. I chose to draw plums, but you can draw in grapes if you like.


Next, fill the hole with some corn, pumpkins, and even apples if you like. You can add a trail of leaves too which is also a common thing you will see in a cornucopia.


You will sketch out the detailing for the trim or edging of your cornucopia opening hole.


Next and lastly, draw out the horn like shape, then sketch in all the detailing and definition to finish this drawing off. Of course you will have to erase the mistakes you made.


When you are done the drawing should come out looking like the one you see here. Color in your art then display it for all to see.

Comments 0



November 4, 2012

Description: Since Thanksgiving is drawing near, you will be seeing a whole lot more of some Thanksgiving realted lessons. For now I will focus on some things I have already drawn, but this time they will be turned into lessons for kids. So up next, we will be learning "how to draw a cornucopia for kids", step by step. These horn like vessels are notably seen stuffed with different types of food like small pumpkins, grapes, corn, squash, and even sweet potatoes. Sometimes wheat and wild flowers are added for decorative purposes but I chose to leave that out. Of course you can choose to add more things inside of your cornucopia if you like, but for me I wanted to keep things as simple as possible. So have fun drawing a cornucopia for kids, and I will ready some more lessons for you all. Adios people!

#how to draw cornucopias
1 - Super Cool
User Icon