A Present or a gift is an object given to a person without the expectancy of price or return. In lots of cultures, present are historically packaged in a few ways. There are many different occasions for giving present. There are special joy and emotions in giving and receiving present. Let’s see how a wonderful present can be drawn.
Rudolph is an important figure in Christmas history. He is a reindeer that was alienated as a kid because of his red noise, then who later became of great use to Santa to help him guide his sleigh on foggy dark nights. Now we will draw ourselves a cute Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.
Gingerbread houses are yummy and delicious. They are cakes made of ginger nut bread in the shape of cute houses. They can come in a variety of shapes and sizes and decorated with icing, candies and so much more.
Nutcrackers are decorative Christmas figurines that look like toy soldiers. They are quite literally used to break/ crack nuts open. In German culture the toys have been seen as good luck because they help to chase away bad spirits. There is also a very popular ballet with the same name.
Gingerbread men are fun to make, and even more fun to eat. A gingerbread man is a cookie made of gingerbread in the shape of a man. He is a staple around the holiday season and is very cute and can be decorated in many cool unique ways.
Leaving cookies and milk out for Santa is a long standing Christmas tradition. Children leave out these precious snacks late at night on Christmas Eve so that Santa Claus would have something to eat while delivering presents to all of the sleeping boys and girls. Today we will show you how to draw yummy cookies and milk.
Elves are very small mythical creature who are known to be Santa’s little helpers. They are said to be making toys all year round for children on the nice lis, to be delivered by Santa on Christmas Eve night. They are said to live in the north pole and are usually adorned in red and green clothing.