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Surprise your little artist with this fun and entertaining holiday printable! We’re sharing 7 pages of Christmas drawing ideas! Each page has a Christmas prompt, and the beginning of an illustration to help give a bit of creative inspiration! Use your imagination to finish the holiday scene! Prompts include designing an ugly Christmas sweater, drawing a snow globe scene, filling Santa’s sleigh with gifts and so much more! Fun for kids of all ages including preschool kids, kindergarten and elementary school aged children!
Hi crafty friends! We are less than a month away from Christmas and I am so excited! I’m ready to decorate the Christmas tree, hang our Christmas stockings, search the night sky for Santa Claus and Rudolph the red nosed reindeer, and set up our nativity scene with Joseph, Mary, Baby Jesus and the three wise men. I just LOVE the Christmas season! How about you?
Celebrating Christmas Traditions
One of my favorite things about Christmas is all of the traditions. We have a lot of them in my house– Every year my kids get to pick out their advent calendar for the year, we also have advent calendars that my mom sewed for them that they take turns moving the star on each day.
They eagerly await the arrival of our Elf on the first of December and reminice about their favorite things she has done in previous years and wonder if she’ll do them again this year.
We also have a tradition where my kids help their dad hang up Christmas lights outside. I always sneak inside half way through hanging the lights and make a big tray of hot chocolate with freshly made whipped cream, sprinkled with shaved chocolate and cinnamon.
We always make sure that we listen to Bing Crosby’s White Christmas while decorating the Christmas tree. A few years ago my dad gave me his record player and all of his old vinyl including White Christmas which makes this tradition extra special now.
Another tradition in our family is watching the movie A Christmas Story on Christmas Eve while eating homemade pizza on the couch. This is a tradition from when I was a kid and it’s one of my favorites.
We also have a huge box filled with Christmas books and activities. My kids love going through it as we pull out all of our Christmas decorations and they plan out what day leading up to Christmas they are going to do each activity and read each book.
Easy Christmas Drawing Ideas
Today I have a very special printable for you to download. It’s 7 pages of Christmas drawing prompts that would be super fun for Christmas Eve, Christmas day or anytime in the lead up to the birth of Jesus!
No matter what your skill level is, you’ll have so much fun with these!
The prompt ideas include:
- Decorate the Christmas tree (don’t forget the Christmas star, garlands and candy canes!)
- Design a Christmas sweater (the uglier the better!)
- Fill the sleigh with gifts (make sure you decorate Santa’s sleigh too! I love adding jingle bells, holly and holly berries!)
- Complete the snowman (we don’t get much snowfall here in Vancouver, so I’m living vicariously through this drawing)
- Draw Santa going down the chimney (do you think Santa goes down the chimney head first or feet first?)
- Decorate the Christmas cookies (I love the cute little gingerbread men)
- Draw a Christmas scene in the snow globe (this one might just be my favorite! Will you do a nature scene? A city scene? A cozy little cabin? Or maybe some gingerbread houses?)
This fun printable makes for easy art projects that are perfect for the month of December!
I have three ideas for how you can use them:
- Pull out those pens, crayons, markers or colored pencils and print this printable using your home printer on regular paper!
- Print out this printable and then laminate it. Use dry erase markers to do the drawings. When done wipe them down, and put them away to use again next year.
- Open the pdf on your iPad in a program like Procreate. Use your Apple pencil to do the drawings for a paperless way to enjoy the fun!
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More Christmas Family Fun
If you like this post, make sure that you check out our free printables category! Here are some fun Christmas printables I think you’ll love!
Tell me… What are your family’s favorite Christmas traditions?