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Uploaded: March 24, 2012
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
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Updated: March 24, 2012
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Easter is nearly knocking on our door which means people are getting even more prepared then ever because this year, Easter is early. April 8th is the holy day that Jesus was resurrected from the dead, and that is the day we Christians, Catholics, and others who believe in Jesus Christ celebrate. What is Easter without the drawing or vision of a cross? Today we will tackle the simple task of learning "how to draw a cross for kids", step by step. Yes, even a simple cross can be hard to recreate. There is so many things that can be drawn in a simple manner that kids and other novice artists can tackle. This is one of those objects where it is fun to draw just because of what it is. Crosses are beautiful in any form, and I always have fun drawing them no matter what type, or how hard they are. I think you will enjoy drawing this concept for kids because it is based on a wooden cross that is one of the most common. That is all I have to say for this description, stick around because I have two sketches coming your way in a bit. Peace people and Happy Easter.

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How to Draw a Cross for Kids

how to draw a cross for kids step 1

STEP 1.

Before you start, you might want to grab a ruler, and eraser because making straight lines can be difficult. Start at the top and work your way down until you have the drawing of a chunky style cross.
 
how to draw a cross for kids step 2

STEP 2.

Here you will be adding the detailing which will give your cross that dimensional look. Take your time, there is no rush.
 
how to draw a cross for kids step 3

STEP 3.

Finally, draw the creases and edge lines to complete this drawing on a cross for kids. Clean up the mistakes and you are all done.
 
how to draw a cross for kids step 4

STEP 4.

Here is your drawing when you are all done. Now you can go ahead and color it in solid, or add some wood grain to your newly drawn cross.