Harry Potter Drawing Prompts

Today, May 2 is International Harry Potter Day. For die-hard fans, the date also marks the famous Battle of Hogwarts, the final conflict of the Second Wizarding War. Are you spending the day with a Harry Potter movie marathon? If you are searching for a way to keep busy, check out the following Harry Potter drawing prompts.

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Drawing Prompts for International Harry Potter Day

  1. Your Letter
  2. Favorite Store in Diagon Alley
  3. Wand
  4. Hogwarts Express
  5. Castle
  6. Sorting Hat
  7. Your House
  8. Crest
  9. Favorite Teacher
  10. Favorite Course
  11. Broomstick
  12. Troll
  13. Ghosts
  14. Self Portrait in Robes
  15. Favorite Scene
  16. Hippogriff
  17. Giant Spider
  18. Potion Bottle
  19. Ink, Quill, & Parchment
  20. Owl
  21. Portraits
  22. Dormitory/Common Room
  23. Trunk
  24. Pygmy Puff
  25. Favorite Character
  26. Weasley’s Clock
  27. The Burrow
  28. Feast
  29. Quidditch
  30. Triwizard Cup/Maze/Task
  31. Harry Potter

Happy International Harry Potter Day!

Drawing Prompts for May

Welcome, May! Who is ready for a new set of drawing prompts? Whether you draw for yourself or host a family night, creating art is a fun activity for everyone. If you need inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for May.

  1. Self-portrait
  2. Magic
  3. Castle
  4. Villain
  5. Hero
  6. Wild Animals
  7. Out a Window
  8. Happy Mother’s Day! (USA) Draw a picture of a mom.
  9. Planets
  10. Sunrise or Sunset
  11. Flamingo
  12. Flowers
  13. Friends
  14. Favorite Movie Scene
  15. Bright Colors
  16. Shapes
  17. Trees
  18. Patterns
  19. Comic Book Hero
  20. Time
  21. Water
  22. Skyline
  23. Ship
  24. Lighthouse
  25. Eyes
  26. Food
  27. Bugs
  28. Hot Air Balloon
  29. Adventure
  30. Favorite Cartoon Character
  31. Artist’s Choice

Have a great month!  Happy Drawing!

20 Drawing Prompts for Earth Day

Every year on April 22, millions gather to celebrate Earth Day. If the weather is not the best, focus on the beauty of the Earth through drawing. Creating art is a great way to celebrate the planet. Drawing is great for a family project. Make posters to hang in your window. Or photograph your art to share on social media.

If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for Earth Day.

  1. An Outdoor Self-Portrait
  2. Earth
  3. Trees
  4. Nature Scene
  5. Water Scene
  6. Mountains
  7. Volcano
  8. Underwater
  9. Grass
  10. Current Weather
  11. Landscape Scene
  12. Sunset or Sunrise
  13. Paths or Trails
  14. Rocks
  15. Leaves
  16. Flowers
  17. Birds
  18. Wild Animals
  19. Butterflies or other insects
  20. Don’t Pollute

Last-Minute Easter Gift: The Jellybean Prayer Jar

Are you searching for a last-minute Easter gift? Have you ever heard of The Jellybean Prayer? A simple prayer telling the story of Easter.

Sharing The Jellybean Prayer at Easter is easy.

How to Make the Jellybean Prayer Jar: Five Easy Steps

Step 1: Purchase bags of jellybeans from your local supermarket. Jellybeans are an inexpensive Easter candy. If you cannot find any in the Easter aisle, check the candy section. In some supermarkets, jellybeans are available in bulk.

Step 2: Fill jars with jellybeans. Recycled jars work wonderfully for this project.

Step 3: Screw the lid on tightly.

Step 4: Paint the lid or cut a piece of cloth to cover the lid. Then, secure the cloth with a piece of ribbon.

Step 5: Paste The Jellybean Prayer printout to the jar or attach the print with another piece of ribbon.

Now, you are ready to pass out your last-minute Easter gifts. Happy Easter!

20 Easter Drawing Prompt Ideas

Are you celebrating Easter? Do you want to incorporate the holiday into your daily drawings? Or are you looking for a family-friendly Easter activity for your children? Drawing is an easy way to bring your imagination to life. If you need inspiration, check out the following Easter drawing prompts.

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  1. Easter-themed self-portrait
  2. Happy Easter!
  3. Easter scene
  4. Easter Bunny
  5. Easter eggs
  6. Easter basket filled with goodies
  7. Jellybeans
  8. Peeps
  9. Chocolate bunny
  10. Easter bonnets
  11. Easter flowers
  12. Tomb
  13. Cross
  14. Church
  15. Baby animals
  16. Chickens hatching
  17. Lamb
  18. Bunnies
  19. Cottontails
  20. Artist’s choice

Happy Easter!

75 Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas

Are you making Easter baskets for your loved ones this holiday? Creating baskets to give on Easter morning is a fun tradition. If you are searching for non-candy Easter basket ideas, check out the following list for inspiration.

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  1. Gift cards (great for teens)
  2. Money hidden inside Easter Eggs
  3. Sunglasses
  4. Hat
  5. Bandana
  6. Flip Flops
  7. Socks (Themed ones are always fun)
  8. Baseball and Glove
  9. Baseball cards or non-sports trading cards
  10. Kazoo
  11. Watch
  12. Toy Binoculars
  13. Butterfly Net
  14. Bug Catchers
  15. Art or Sketching Paper
  16. Colored Pencils
  17. Markers
  18. Water Paints
  19. Acrylic Paints
  20. Paint Brushes
  21. Glitter and Glue
  22. Construction Paper
  23. Scissors
  24. Model Clay
  25. Rubber Stamps and Ink Pad
  26. Bubbles
  27. Umbrella
  28. Bouncy Balls
  29. Sand Toys
  30. Water Toys
  31. Sidewalk Chalk
  32. Balloons
  33. Playdough
  34. Slime or Silly Putty
  35. Slinky
  36. Comic Books
  37. Drawing Books
  38. Coloring Books
  39. Books or Magazines
  40. Magnifying Glass
  41. Lego
  42. Hot Wheel or Matchbox Cars
  43. Stuffed Animal
  44. Travel Games
  45. Puzzles
  46. Posters
  47. Movie Tickets
  48. Doll or Barbies
  49. Animal Figures
  50. Toy Dinosaurs
  51. Bracelets, Necklaces, Earrings
  52. Hair Ties and Accessories
  53. Travel Cup
  54. DVDs
  55. Frisbee
  56. Journal
  57. Writing Pens
  58. Washi Tape
  59. Stickers
  60. Bubble Bath
  61. Wind Up Toys
  62. Jump Rope
  63. Kite
  64. Temporary Tattoos
  65. Punch Balls
  66. Yo-yos
  67. Ear Buds
  68. Wallet
  69. Coin Purse
  70. Flashlight
  71. Perfume/Cologne
  72. Make-up
  73. USB or SD cards
  74. Expandable Washcloths
  75. Coupons for fun adventures.

Happy Easter!

Drawing Prompts for April

It’s time for new drawing prompts for April. Whether you take your sketchbook outdoors for inspiration or stay indoors on a rainy day, drawing is a great pastime. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for April.

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  1. Self-portrait
  2. April Showers
  3. Umbrella
  4. Flowers
  5. Nature scene
  6. Kite
  7. Baby animals
  8. Warm colors
  9. Birds/Nest
  10. Trees
  11. Toys
  12. Shapes
  13. Vertical lines
  14. Horizontal lines
  15. Alike
  16. Different
  17. Happy Easter! Enjoy!
  18. Hats
  19. Faces
  20. Storm
  21. Home
  22. Friends
  23. Family
  24. Mystery
  25. Insects
  26. Balloon
  27. Octopus
  28. Seahorse
  29. Unicorn
  30. Artist’s Choice

Drawing Prompts for March

It’s March! The month brings warmer weather, St. Patrick’s Day, and the first official day of Spring. March is often a rainy month. If you cannot get outdoors, spend time drawing. If you need inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for March.

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  1. Self-portrait
  2. Body of water
  3. Wildlife (It’s World Wildlife Day)
  4. Music
  5. Gnome
  6. Fairy
  7. Scene from your favorite book
  8. Scene from your favorite movie
  9. Silly face
  10. An object, but make it look alive.
  11. Windy
  12. Mountain range
  13. Volcano
  14. View through a window
  15. Leprechaun
  16. Pot of Gold and Rainbow
  17. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Shamrocks!
  18. 3 of a kind
  19. Spots
  20. Stripes
  21. Rocket/Astronauts
  22. Something green
  23. UFO/Alien
  24. Creature
  25. Owl
  26. Trees
  27. Opposite
  28. Food or drink
  29. Family
  30. Friends
  31. Artist’s choice

Have a great month! Get creative!

Drawing Prompts for February

The cold, wintry weather generally means more time indoors. Let your creativity flow by engaging in art activities. One of the simplest yet most rewarding art activities is drawing. But be warned; art is addicting. Drawing is a great family activity too.

If you need inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for February.

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  1. Self-portrait
  2. Family
  3. Nature Scene
  4. Squirrel or other woodland creatures
  5. Trees
  6. Sun
  7. Flowers
  8. Big Tip
  9. Trapeze
  10. Clown
  11. Cupid
  12. Something Red
  13. Hearts
  14. Happy Valentine’s Day
  15. Pirates (Don’t forget the parrot)
  16. Treasure
  17. Pirate coin
  18. Pirate ship include the plank
  19. Stars/moon
  20. Planets
  21. UFO/Space Craft
  22. Friends
  23. Ocean and Underwater scene
  24. Transportation
  25. Trolley
  26. Trip Destination
  27. Train
  28. Artist’s Choice

Celebrate: Inspire Your Heart With Art Day

Today, January 31st is Inspire Your Heart with Art Day. The arts cover a broad range of subjects including music, painting, sculpture, literature, theater, cinema, and other genres.  Do you have a favorite type of art? Or are you looking to introduce more art into your personal or family life?

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Ways to Observe Inspire Your Heart with Art Day

Use today’s unofficial holiday to explore the many different forms of art. If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following list of ways to celebrate Inspire Your Heart with Art Day.

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Set Up an Art Space

If you are trying to introduce art into your personal or family life, consider setting up a designated art space in your home. A small corner works perfectly. Set up a table or art easel. Provide different materials to create art.

  • Markers, Drawing Pencils, Crayons, Colored Pencils
  • Paint and Brushes
  • Sketch Pads
  • Poster Boards
  • Canvas
  • Drawing Paper
  • Art Books
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Go to a Live Performance

Attend a live performance of your favorite musician, theater production, ballet, or other performance. Due to the ongoing health issue, many venues are canceling or delaying live performances. Others may require specific guidelines for entering the establishment, always check in advance for the latest updates.

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Visit an Art Gallery

Spend a day just marveling at all the art in your local gallery. If you do not have an art gallery in your area or want to attend a new one, go virtual. Many art galleries offer virtual tours.

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Attend a Lecture, Class, or Workshop

Check with your local art gallery or music studio for upcoming classes. Learn a new art technique. Or learn how to play an instrument. If you do not have the time for in-person learning, check out online options.

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Watch Inspirational Films

Search for inspirational films to watch on your favorite streaming platform. If you find a family-friendly movie, use the film as part of family night. Or you can always use your creative outlets to make your own film.

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Listen to Music

Some days turning on your favorite musical artist makes everything better. Go ahead spend the afternoon listening to music.

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Read a Book

Go to the library or your local bookstore to find a book to read. Or reread your favorite classic. Go ahead and make yourself a hot cup of tea or cocoa. Curl up under your favorite fuzzy blanket and read for the rest of the day.

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Enjoy art. Spend the day exploring different art genres. Art has a way of expanding your creativity to higher levels. There are no limits on your imagination. Go ahead and find ways to Inspire Your Heart with Art.  

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