How to Draw a Beanie

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Hats have been around since the dawn of humanity. Hats have served many different purposes, from functional to stylish, and have been constructed from various materials... Read more

How to Draw a Snow Leopard

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The snow leopard or ounce is one of 37 species of cats found throughout the world. This long-haired big cat lives in the snowy mountains of Asia. It feels right at home at elevations up to 5,500 meters or 18,000 feet!... Read more

How to Draw Christmas Lights

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Christmas lights are often used to decorate Christmas trees as well as the exteriors of houses, shrubbery, and outdoor trees. Where did the tradition of illuminating homes and trees with... Read more

How to Draw a Christmas Stocking

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What is a Christmas stocking? Historically, a stocking was a long sock worn by both men and women. Christmas stockings, on the other hand, are large, oversize sock-shaped bags... Read more

How to Draw a Menorah

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What is a menorah? A menorah is a candelabra, a type of candle holder with many branches. In fact, the word menorah simply means "lamp" in the Hebrew language. It is a symbol of... Read more

How to Draw an Igloo

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The igloo is an icon of the far north, especially the Arctic regions of Alaska, Greenland, and Canada. The term is from an Eskimo word meaning "house," and igloos still serve as temporary winter homes for... Read more

How to Draw Mittens

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Mittens are a staple of both wintertime and childhood imagery. Mittens are a type of glove that group four of the fingers together in a single pocket, separating only the thumb in an... Read more

How to Draw a Sweater

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During the 1400s, fishermen's wives on the English island of Jersey knitted wool garments for their husbands. Because of wool's natural oils, the garments kept the men warm even in... Read more

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