How to Draw Christmas Gifts, Christmas Gifts

Artist: Dawn / November 29, 2011

Step 1.

Start with a simple vertical line like so.

Step 2.

Using the vertical line you made in step one, draw the shape of the square present that has squeezed in sides.

Step 3.

Next, draw the crisscross ribbon as well as the bow.

Step 4.

Draw the shape of the other gift which is much, much smaller. It is also an odd shape to go along with the stylish shaped gifts.

Step 5.

Repeat the same act that you did when you made the ribbon and bow for the larger, first gift. Draw the bow tie and then move along.

Step 6.

Okay guys you are just about done with this tutorial. All you need to do is draw out the other and last resent which is in a rectangular shape. Draw in the bow, and move along.

Step 7.

Draw in the ribbons like so, and see what you have to do with the last drawing step.

Step 8.

And finally draw out a cute little teddy bear that is sitting behind everything else just waiting to be found. Erase and clean up the marks that mistakes made along the way.

Step 9.

This is how nice your gifts should look like when you are all done. Now enjoy the part where you color them in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 29, 2011
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Description: Yes it’s true; this is a tutorial on something else that has to do with Christmas. I’m trying to do what I always like to do, and that is submit some fun lessons that are on popular and common Christmas related things. Today I will show you "how to draw Christmas gifts", step by step. Instead of doing traditional shaped boxes for the gifts, I went ahead and had fun with the whole concept. I figured that anything that had a quirky or stylish shape and or form would make the perfect object to replicate for the Christmas season. I hope you find this tutorial helpful as well as easy. You can color in and decorate the wrapping paper on each present if you want, or go with a simple design concept as I did with my gifts. Enjoy and peace out!