If you have completed the word find located in the program for Kathy Burks Theatre of Puppetry Arts THE NUTCRACKER, please download the solution below to check your work!
Fancy Nancy loves all things French!
Bring a little Paris to your house while your kids learn to draw the Eiffel Tower with this easy tutorial!
Once they have mastered the Eiffel Tower, check out the other "how to draw" tutorials. Let their imagination take them to London, England as they draw Big Ben.
Then they can travel on to Australia as they draw the Sydney Opera House.
Rectangles and Triangles
Sketch the basic shape of the building with two horizontal lines, rectangles, and triangles.
Add different levels to the rectangles using straight lines. Form arches on the triangles and below using curved lines.
Detail the arches using curved lines that join at the top. Draw a curved line under the lower left-hand arch. Add additional curved lines to the arches on the right-hand side as shown.
Draw straight horizontal lines to two sections of the left-hand rectangle. Sketch an odd-shaped diamond. Add the door with an incomplete rectangle
Ribs and Water
Sketch ribs on the arches with curved lines. Draw squiggles for the water line. Detail the building with rectangles, a V-shaped figure, and horizontal lines.
Finish the drawing by adding many straight vertical lines for the wood and arches. Draw diagonal lines inside the arches and windows to show depth.
Your drawing is finished! Even if you don't get it right the first time, keep practicing until you're happy with your drawing.
Thank you to The Decorated Cookie blog for the Eiffel Tower drawing tutorial, Art Projects for Kids website for the Big Ben tutorial, and the How Stuff Works website for the Sydney Opera House tutorial!
Assemble your snack time Hat Snacks starting with half of the sandwich cookie on bottom. Layer the red gummy rings with the white cookie icing until you reach your desired "hat" length.
The featured photo from crafty Mommy blog, Fancy Frugal Life, shows you how to assemble your Hat Snacks with these simple ingredients.
DCT Mom thoughts
I am a singer, dancer, and actor... an artist in so many ways, but my visual art skills are not my strong suit. But, with these tutorials, I think my kids and I could re-create these iconic structures and have a great time doing it!