Learn how to draw a great looking Garden for Kids with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Garden for Kids.
Would you like to plant your own vegetable garden or flower garden? You can make your plans with this easy, step-by-step garden for kids drawing.
Your garden will be easy to draw. It is made out of simple shapes like circles and hearts, as well as curved lines.
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Gardens are homes to pollinators like butterflies. Butterflies, in turn, enable flowers to make seeds so that they can come back year after year.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Garden for Kids
How to Draw a Great Looking Garden for Kids for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the garden for kids outline by drawing a patch of grass at the bottom. Use a series of connected “U” shaped lines and wavy lines.
Easy Garden for Kids Drawing - Step 2
2. Continue drawing the grassy knoll. Use connected “U” shaped lines to finish enclosing the shaggy oval shape.
Easy Garden for Kids Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw your first flower. Extend a curved line from the grass to form the stem. Draw a large “C” shaped line above the stem, and connect the two using a smaller “C” shaped line. Draw two curved “V” shaped lines to connect the ends of the large “C,” outlining the petals of the tulip.
Want to expand your skills with a more detailed tulip? Check out this tulip drawing guide.
Easy Garden for Kids Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw two leaves on the tulip’s stem. Extend pairs of lines and allow them to meet at points. Then, draw a second tulip flower. Again, extend a curved line from the grass to form the stem. Draw a large “C” shaped line above the stem, and connect the two using a smaller “C” shaped line.
Draw two curved “V” shaped lines to connect the ends of the large “C,” outlining the petals of the tulip.
Easy Garden for Kids Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw a leaf on the tulip stem, extending two curved lines and then allowing them to meet at a point. Then, begin drawing the daisy or sunflower. Start with a circle for the center of the flower. Then, extend pairs of curved lines from the center and allow them to meet at points, forming the petals.
If you want to draw a more detailed flower, check out this daisy drawing tutorial.
Easy Garden for Kids Drawing - Step 6
6. Finish drawing the flower’s petals. Extend a curved line from the flower to the grassy area, forming the stem. Then, draw double-pointed leaves along the stem, using two curved lines for each.
Easy Garden for Kids Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw more daisy-like flowers. For each, draw a circle for the center of the flower. Then, use a series of connected “U” shaped lines to enclose five petals around the center.
Add More Details to Your Garden for Kids Picture - Step 8
8. Finish drawing the petals. Then, enclose background shrubbery behind the flowers using a series of connected curved lines. Above the garden, shade a small circle. Extend two curved lines from it and allow them to meet at a point. This is the body of a butterfly.
Complete the Outline of Your Garden for Kids Drawing - Step 9
9. Use curved lines to draw the butterfly’s antennae and heart-shaped wings.
Don’t stop there! Expand your drawing skills when you learn how to draw a detailed butterfly.
Color Your Garden for Kids Drawing
Your garden for kids outline is now complete. Color the grasses, flowers, and butterfly.
For more great easy drawing idea tutorials, see the collection of Easy Idea Drawings for Kids.
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