How to draw snowdrops is a good exercise for the beginning of spring. When winter disappears and it gets warmer, the first flowers appear – snowdrops. They are small white flowers that are still blooming when the last snow is lying on the ground. They are one of the first heralds of spring. I will show you how to easily make an easy drawing of snowdrops. Use this exercise in art school or in kindergarten classes. Since this is a simple instruction, even the youngest children can handle it.
Snowdrops – how to make a simple drawing
For this drawing exercise, you will need a piece of paper, a pencil, an eraser and colored pencils – all you need is green and blue. The blue one will delicately mark the shadows on snow and white snowdrops. If you’ve got everything ready, we can start.
Time needed: 5 minutes.
How to draw snowdrops – learning drawing for kids
- Drawing snowdrops
First, draw two bell shapes on a piece of paper.
- Snowdrops stalks
Then make an emerging stem for each bell.
- Snowdrop petals
Make a boat-shaped petal from each bell.
- How to draw snowdrops
Then, on each side, draw more snowflakes for the snowdrops. Each flower is to have three petals. Make some leaves at the bottom of the stem.
- Snowdrops in the snow
Finally, draw snow around the snowdrops.
- Simple drawing snowdrops
Your drawing is ready. It wasn’t that difficult, wasn’t it?
- Color the drawing
Now take the crayons and color your drawing. Follow mine.
Spring drawings for children
In this tutorial you learned how to draw simple snowdrops. But I also prepared other spring exercises for children. The harbinger of spring is also the sight of a stork in the sky. Make a drawing of a stork from my How to draw a stork instruction. You can also practice drawing tulips or other flowers with me step by step. Or to draw a beautiful spring maiden – see the How to draw a lady spring manual to start the exercise. Feel free to draw large and small together.