|Uploaded:||November 13, 2009|
|Updated:||November 14, 2009|
Well there is officially one month and two days before Christmas is here. I wanted to submit a lesson that shows you "how to draw presents step by step”. Presents is the one thing that every kid looks for when they wake up every morning after Christmas eve. In my house, everybody gets to open one present on the eve before Christmas to hold us over until the the actual day. I love Christmas, and it is the one day that I cherish the most. Not because of all the presents we receive, but because it is the birthday of Jesus Christ. I know there are many of you that don't believe in Jesus, or in Christmas for that matter. That is totally fine because every culture has their own religious beliefs. Luckily receiving and giving presents isn't done just on Christmas. You can give or receive a present for your birthday, an anniversary, on Easter, and even when you are celebrating a graduation or communion. Adam Sandler made a good point with his song “Hanukkah”, in Jewish faith, they celebrate for eight days. And according to his song, that is eight days filled with presents. Christmas presents are the best, and the wrappings can look so incredibly pretty. I love the way my mom wraps presents, they come out so neat and professional looking. I especially love the presents that come with big bows and shinny ribbons. I think you will find that learning "how to draw presents step by step”, will almost teach you how to wrap a present as well. I have to go because I have a lot of backed-up work to do and finish. Have fun with this tutorial that teaches you an easy way to draw gifts, and when you are done, you can color your wrap in any shade you wish. Peace out, and Merry Christmas or Happy Hanukkah!