Daffodil Drawing Easy For Kids – Oil Pastel Drawing

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Blooming Creativity: Daffodil Drawing Made Simple and Fun with Oil Pastels for Kids!

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Requirement Materials -

White paper, Pencil, Pencil sharpener, Eraser, Color Box, Tissue paper

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Get a paper and draw a straight line in the middle. Put it on a board, tape the corners. Draw a curve on one side, then add the stigma to the right.

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Next, draw a circle around the stigma using a curved line. Kids, make it round to create the corona of the Daffodil flower. Keep it simple and fun!

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Finish the Daffodil by adding a 'U' shape behind the circle. Draw four petals below. Kids, make these petals around the corona for a beautiful flower.

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Add two more petals between the first four. Draw lines at the petal base for veins. Kids, draw these petals carefully for a complete Daffodil flower.

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Now, draw a stem by extending two lines down from the petals. Add leaves on each side of the stem, going lengthwise. Great job, kids!

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Get your yellow crayon and color the stigma, corona, and petals of the Daffodil. Take your time and color each petal carefully. Have fun, kids!

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Now, use dark yellow at the base of the stigma and petals. Add a touch of light orange over the dark yellow for a beautiful Daffodil. Great coloring, kids!

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Color the stem with dark green and both leaves with green. Add light blue to the lower part. Your Daffodil drawing is now complete. Great job, kids!