Learn how to draw a great looking Lace with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Lace.
Would you like to learn how to draw lace? This easy, step-by-step lace drawing tutorial is here to show you how.
Lace is a very delicate fabric. It often has flowers or other patterns embroidered on it.
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Lace may look fancy, but it is actually easy to draw. It consists of curved lines, flowers, and spiral shapes. Learn more about how to draw a floral design.
What can you do with this lace pattern? Try using it to add detail to one of your other drawings. For example, you can add some lace to the dress of this cartoon princess drawing, or prepare some lacey tablecloths in this fancy restaurant drawing.
Watch 'How to Draw Lace' Video Tutorial
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Lace
How to Draw a Great Looking Lace for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the cartoon lace outline by drawing three small daisy-like flowers. Draw a circle for the center of each flower. Then, enclose five oval-shaped petals around the center.
Easy Lace Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw a heart-shaped petal around each oval-shaped petal, completing the outlines of the three flowers.
Easy Lace Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw a large scalloped pattern passing through the flowers. Use curved lines that meet at a point between each pair of flowers. Then, draw another flower above the scalloped edge. Use a circle for its center. Then, surround the circle with crescent moon shapes to form the petals.
Easy Lace Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw two more daisy flowers in line with the moonflower. Draw a circle at the center of each, and surround it with five heart-shaped petals. Then, draw a scalloped pattern passing through the flowers. Use curved lines that meet at a point between them.
Easy Lace Drawing - Step 5
5. Enclose two spiral shapes above the central daisy. For each shape, draw parallel spiral lines, and allow them to connect at points on the ends. Then, draw two leaflike patterns emerging from the moonflower.
Use a pair of lines that meet at a point for the vein of each leaf, then use curved lines to enclose the leaf around the vein.
Easy Lace Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw another, smaller, moonflower between the scalloped lines. Again, use a circle for the center and surround it with crescent moon-shaped petals. Then, draw leaves extending from the upper row of flowers. Use a double set of curved lines that meet at points to draw each leaf.
Easy Lace Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw more moonflowers between the scalloped lines. For each flower, use a circle for the center and surround it with crescent moon-shaped petals. Notice that some of the flowers are partial shapes because they are at the edge of the page.
Add More Details to Your Lace Picture - Step 8
8. Draw another scalloped line parallel to the upper one. Draw short, straight lines between them. Then, draw a smaller scalloped pattern along the lower scalloped line. Use a series of "U" shaped lines. Enclose apostrophe shapes alongside the largest flower. Use curved lines that meet at points on one end.
Complete the Outline of Your Lace Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw parallel, curved lines between the two layers of scalloped lines. Then, draw more curved lines on the opposite diagonal, forming a netlike pattern. Use "U" shaped lines to draw a scalloped pattern around the apostrophe shapes.
Color Your Lace Drawing
Your cartoon lace outline is now complete. Lace is often white, but you can color yours however you would like.
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