It’s time for Christmas break. If drawing is one of your hobbies, turn on your printer and download these printable Christmas Step-by-Step Drawing Tutorials.
Follow the steps and learn how to draw Santa Claus, two elves, Mrs. Claus, a penguin, and a polar bear.
A square grid is displayed behind each drawing step. In this way, you can easily figure out where elements of the drawing belong. Furthermore, a blank drawing grid has been provided on each sheet for you to draw the Christmas character/object.
The Christmas Step-by-Step Drawing Tutorials are free for all active Tim’s Printables Members.
(The Christmas Step-by-Step Drawing Tutorials are also available to purchase without a membership.)
Christmas Step-by-Step Drawing Tutorials
Click the image links below to go to each corresponding download page.
Learn how to draw old Saint Nick, leader of the North Pole Elves.
Learn how to draw his Old Lady too, Mrs. Claus.
Next, try to draw this cheerful elf.
Then, try to draw another elf!
Afterward, have a go at drawing a polar bear.
Lastly, try drawing a penguin.
Page Dimensions: 7.5”x10”. PDF format.
Files can be downloaded for free with an active Tim’s Printables Membership, or purchased separately without a Membership.
The Christmas Step-by-Step Drawing Tutorials may be downloaded and printed for personal and educational purposes only. Commercial use is not allowed. However, teachers are allowed to share the PDF files with each of their students for online learning.
Finally, if you have any questions regarding this content, please email: email@example.com
Download Page Links
- How to Draw Santa Claus
- How to Draw Mrs. Claus
- Elf (Girl) Drawing Tutorial
- Elf (Boy) Drawing Tutorial
- How to Draw a Polar Bear
- How to Draw a Penguin
While it’s a lot of fun to follow a drawing tutorial, the real magic happens when you add your own creativity. After you’ve drawn each of the characters in the tutorials, try redrawing them again. This time, however, add in a few personal flourishes. For instance, you can draw a different hat on an elf. Alternatively, change the facial expression on Santa Claus. Or perhaps you can draw a few props to expand the scene. For example, draw a sleigh next to Santa Claus, a gingerbread house next to Mrs. Claus, or a pile of toys next to the elves. In this manner, your drawing will quickly take on an original life of its own, with you as the proud creator!
Finally, a few thoughts on artist’s tools. When drawing, I like to use 2B or HB pencils, especially from the brand Koh-I-Noor Hardtmuth Toison D’Or 1900. For quick sketches, any paper will do really. For finished drawings, however, I strongly recommend Strathmore Bristol board. When inking your illustration, you can’t go wrong with Speedball India ink and a classic nib. My personal nib of choice is a Spitzfeder 111 extrafein.
If you liked these Christmas step-by-step drawings, you may also enjoy:
- Christmas Word Search
- Printable Christmas Bookmarks
- Christmas Cut and Paste Activity
- Christmas Memory Game
Also, if you like the drawing style used in the above content, you might also like my comic strip, Ergo.