how to draw christmas bells
Drawing  christmas bells, Added by Dawn, November 20, 2008, 10:12:52 am
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Uploaded: November 20, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 12
Updated: November 20, 2008
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Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas everyone and welcome back to another bright fun drawing tutorial here on Guess what is just around the corner? Yup, that’s right Christmas and with this awesome holiday comes great gifts of joy, laughter, fun and warm wishes. With this tutorial I will be showing you how to draw Christmas bells step by step. These bells are unique because they have a layer of holly and a red ribbon sitting on the top of their beautiful shape. These gold shinning Christmas bells have been a symbol that has been used throughout time. Back in the day (around the 1600’s) carolers used to walk the streets ringing their bells of joy while they sang on the snow filled sidewalks, or at the door and faces of folks residing in their homes. Christmas carolers spread joy by expressing how they feel about the holiday season which is all through the month of December. In all reality these bells were originally used to announce the arrival of baby Jesus and the advent of the season. As time passed on the tales of Old Saint Nick ringing his Christmas bells as he fills the world with wonderful gifts and joy to all of the children of the world became a tradition on Christmas Eve. Some of the most famous holiday songs were inspired by these very same bells that we hear during December like “Jingle Bells” “Silver Bells” and other sweet melodies that always seems to put a smile on anybody’s face even “old man Scrooge” himself. This tutorial will show you how to draw Christmas bells step by step. I know you will have an awesome time learning how to draw these cartoon bells even if you just want to learn how to draw a single cartoon bell. Either way these gold bells are beautifully laid out with easy to follow steps. I will be back with more drawing fun in a bit so stay tuned kiddies.