November has arrived, and it’s time to get those creative juices flowing with your drawing prompts for November 2020!
The main goal of doing drawing prompts is to have fun. Anyone can use these drawing prompts, experience with drawing is not required.
Starting a drawing challenge for the month of November will encourage you to have fun with art. The drawing prompts provided are for artists of all levels.
Grab a copy of the drawing prompts and start having fun with your drawing a day challenge!
Drawing Prompts November 2020
There are 30 days of prompts for the month of November. The drawing prompts are centered around the theme of fall and Thanksgiving.
Available to you are two ways to use your drawing prompts. Download the November drawing prompt printable PDF and print on 8.5” x 11” paper. You can print on normal copy paper.
You can also download the JPG image and put it on your phone to access everyday when you begin your drawing prompt daily challenge.
Share with family and friends on social media and invite them to join you for your drawing a day challenge.
The drawing prompts included for November are:
- Warm Colors
- Shopping bag
Using your Drawing Prompts for November 2020
Complete your drawings each day by first gathering all of the materials you will need. You can use loose leaf paper, a journal, crayons, pencils, pens, paint, or anything else that you enjoy drawing with.
Decide which time of the day you want to do your drawing. It can be during breakfast while you sip on your morning coffee, after you finish breakfast, at lunch, after dinner, or before bed.
You will need to carve out between 5 to 15 minutes to do your drawing. Feel free to use as much time as you need. Doing your drawing each day should help you to relax and exercise your brain.
To get started each time you draw, first read the prompt and then think about what you would like to draw. Then do your drawing. Be as creative and adventurous as you’d like. There are no boundaries for your drawing a day challenge.
After you are done with your drawing, take time to think about how you have interpreted the prompt. Assess if it applies to how your day went, or with any part of your life.
The drawing prompts will help you to expand your creative mind. You are using this time to challenge yourself to do something new. Have fun with it!
Other Ideas for your Drawing Prompts November 2020
There are plenty of ways to use your drawing prompts. Don’t limit yourself to just drawing, use them to do other crafty projects!
Other ways you can use your prompts for November 2020 are:
- Collage Craft
- Drawing Competition
Collage crafts are a fun way to think outside of the box with your drawing prompts. You can create mixed media collage crafts with items from your craft box, use old magazines, or upcycle items with everyday objects from around your house.
Combine your drawing prompts to make a potato doing an activity, or create a diorama of fox in a forest eating pie.
My children love to make collage crafts. A favorite for them is to take a paper plate and turn it into something they can play with.
Turkey Collage Craft
A favorite collage craft during Thanksgiving time is to turn a paper plate into a turkey! This is a classic craft for the fall season.
To do this project, you will need a paper plate, red, yellow, orange, red, and brown craft paper, googly eyes, glue, brown paint, and a black marker. If you do not have multi-colored construction paper, you can use crayons or paint to color your paper the colors above.
When making your turkey paper plate collage project, first paint the front of your paper plate brown. While this is drying you will cut out eight feathers in brown, yellow, orange, and yellow for your turkey. They don’t have to all be the same size, but make them similar in size.
You can also trace your child’s hand eight times on the different paper colors. This is a cute way to personalize their turkey collage.
Next you will glue the paper feathers onto the back of your paper plate. Fan them around the back of the paper plate. Your goal is to make them look like a turkey’s tail feathers.
Once your feathers have dried, you will glue the googly eyes onto the front of the paper plate. Then you will cut a small yellow triangle out of your yellow colored construction paper and tape it onto the front of the paper plate under the turkey’s eyes.
Cut out an additional piece of red construction paper in the shape of the turkey’s snood, the red part that hangs from the beak,, and glue this on the side of the beak. Your turkey collage craft is now complete!
Have fun making lots of different collage crafts with your November drawing prompts.
Share the drawing prompts for November 2020 with family and friends and invite them to do the drawing a day challenge with you.
Everyday you can meet with your family, or friends, and set a timer for 15 minutes. Give everyone the items needed to do their drawing.
Turn the timer on and have everyone draw the prompt for that day. Once the timer goes off, have everyone describe what they drew and how they interpreted the prompt.
The challenge can have winners, or can be used as an opportunity to grow family bonds and friendships. Winners can be determined each day or at the end of the challenge.
Use the time to have fun with your family and friends. Incorporate technology such as Zoom to hold virtual daily challenges. The point isn’t to create the next masterpiece, but to have fun!
The drawing prompt themes for November 2020 will encourage you to challenge your daily habits.
Start a new art journal, have fun with your kids, or bond with your friends through a drawing a day challenge.
Challenge yourself to do a drawing a day this November!