Winter is here and so are your drawing prompts for December 2020! These drawing prompts will ignite your creativity. Challenge yourself to do a drawing a day this December.
No experience is required to have fun with the drawing prompts. Users of all ages can have fun doing a drawing a day. These drawing prompts are for kids and adults alike.
Challenge your mind in the month of December with these prompts. Your kids will enjoy doing the prompts with you. Have fun and get creative!
Download your copy of the drawing prompts and get ready for a new artistic challenge in the month of December.
Drawing Prompts December 2020
The drawing prompts for December consist of 31 days of winter themed prompts. There are also some Christmas prompts sprinkled in for some festive fun.
Download the drawing prompts as a printable PDF or as a JPG file. Put the JPG on your phone or computer for easy access. Print the PDF document on an 8.5” by 11” paper and place in your classroom, home office, or post it to your family bulletin board.
Invite your friends and family to enjoy the drawing a day challenge with you. Share the drawing prompts with family and friends on social media.
The drawing prompts for December are:
- Candy Cane
Using your Drawing Prompts for December 2020
Before getting started on your drawing a day challenge, first gather the materials you will need.
You will need a drawing journal or paper of your choice. You will also need pens, pencils, crayons, paints, or anything other drawing tools you prefer.
My eldest child has an art journal that she has personalized over the years. She loves doodling in her journal and creating other art to look back on at a later date or to share with others.
A fun project to do before you begin your drawing challenge, is to make your own art journal. Once your journal is made, complete your drawing a day prompts and save your journal in a memory box.
The next thing to do before you start your drawing prompts challenge, is to decide which time of the day will be best for you to draw. Draw when you will have at least 5 to 15 minutes to focus on your drawing challenge. This could be after breakfast, during lunch, after dinner, or before bed.
Once you are ready to begin drawing for the day, read the daily prompt and then take a minute to think about what you will draw. You are now ready to get started! No boundaries should be put around your drawing. Be as bold as you’d like!
After you are done drawing for the day, take time to reflect upon what you have drawn. Was it an interpretation of the daily prompt as a dream you recently had? Does your drawing remind you of a fond memory? Take the time to do some reflection.
Use your drawing a day challenge to enjoy yourself and relax. Be creative and have fun doing it!
Other Ideas for your Drawing Prompts December 2020
Use your drawing prompts for drawing and other crafty fun! These project ideas will help you to make December the most festive yet.
Other ways you can use your prompts for December 2020 are:
- 31 Day Craft Challenge
- Drawing Competition
31 Day Craft Challenge
The drawing prompts for December 2020 can be used for a 31 day craft challenge! This is the perfect activity for kids during the holiday season.
My children love crafting. We do a painting project at least once a week. Yesterday we found rocks in the yard and painted them for our fairy houses. Doing a 31 day craft challenge is a great way to use found objects to incorporate into your daily craft projects!
To do your craft a day challenge, read the prompt for each day and think of something you can make around the theme.
For example, on day one you can use the prompt “snowflake” to make paper snowflakes. Hang your snowflakes around the house, make a garland from them, or turn them into ornaments for your Christmas tree.
The prompt for day six is “knitting.” Make a simple knitting craft with your family! Finger knitting is a fun and easy beginner knitting craft idea. The only materials you need for these projects are your fingers and yarn. You can finger knit small brooches or hot pads.
You can give your craft a day projects to family and friends as gifts for the holidays. This is a frugal and budget friendly way to create personalized homemade presents that people will love to receive.
Start a new family tradition this year by holding a drawing competition with your drawing prompts for December 2020.
Invite your family and friends to do a drawing a day by sharing the drawing prompt through social media. Everyone can grab their own copy of the drawing prompts so that participation is easy.
Hold the competition at the same time each day, or get together at the end of the day to share the drawing you completed. After you share your drawings decide on a winner.
The winner can be the person who made the most colorful drawing that day, or the person who had the most silly drawing. Keep the competition light hearted. The drawing a day challenge is for fun!
Family and friends not close by? Hold your daily competition through Zoom or Google Teams. This is a great way to keep in touch with family and friends.
Having a competition is a great way to create memories with family and friends during the holiday season. It is also a great way to stay accountable to your drawing a day challenge!
How will you use your December 2020 drawing prompts?
There are so many ways to use your drawing prompts for December 2020. Do a drawing a day, create a craft a day with your kids, or hold a drawing competition with family and friends.
Make memories that will last a lifetime with your drawing prompts!