Kids can learn how to draw a christmas wreath by following the demonstration images in this easy guide.
Included are 6 easy steps to follow, kids will enjoy drawing their own christmas wreath on paper. Also included is a downloadable version of this christmas wreath drawing tutorial.
Ideal for art teachers and homeschoolers looking to instruct kids how to draw their own christmas wreath.
Finally learn to draw your very own christmas by following this lesson at your own pace. Have fun!
- Drawing Paper
- Crayons or Colored Pencils
- Black Marker (optional)
- How to Draw a Christmas Wreath Printable PDF (see bottom of lesson)
In this beginner’s lesson, we are going to discover how to draw a christmas wreath with your drawing materials. Be sure to observe the various sizes and shapes of each part of the christmas wreath. The new lines in each step is drawn blue so you can observe the current parts that you should be creating.
Time Needed: 20 minutes
Begin With The Wreath Center
Draw a small circle with some zig-zagged details.
Add A Larger Circle
Repeat the first step but make it bigger. This will form the outside of the wreath.
Draw Details Inside The Wreath
Draw small circles inside the wreath. These will become decorative berries that have been attached to this Christmas wreath.
Draw The Bow
Begin drawing the basic shape of the bow.
Add The Ribbons
Complete the wreath by adding the pair of ribbons that hang down from your Christmas bow.
Color Your Drawing
Grab your crayons and begin coloring your Christmas wreath.
How to Draw a Christmas Wreath PDF Download
Click the link below to view or download this drawing lesson. The PDF is a printable drawing lesson for How to Draw a Christmas Wreath. The last page of the downloadable PDF includes a coloring book page with just the outlines and an extension exercise for prompting kids to get creative!
The Christmas Wreath Tradition
It is believed that the tradition of hanging Christmas wreaths originated from the Romans who hung wreaths on their doors to symbolize victory. They were made up of bay leaves which symbolized peace and laurel leaves which symbolized triumph.
Over time, these customs migrated to England where they became tradition.
Wreaths have been a symbol of life and vitality for many centuries. The tradition dates back to the ancient Romans, who hung them on their doors for protection. In Christianity, they are symbols of eternal life and everlasting love.