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Blooming Creativity: Easy Tulip Drawing for Kids!

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Requirement Materials -

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

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Let's draw a flower! First, make a petal shape. Connect two petals like raindrops. Pretend it's a tulip petal necklace. Have fun creating your flower!

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Draw a flower by connecting the left side with a curvy line. Picture a cozy blanket for the tulip. Add more curves on top for extra petals. Your flower is blooming!

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Draw lines down big petals, like a zipper. Add a flower below, making the middle petal a leaf. Imagine your tulip chatting with a new friend!

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In the first flower, draw three triangles for a tulip hat. Connect lines down for the stem. Repeat for the second flower. Now, your tulips have hats and strong stems!

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Draw two curvy lines on the left stem, connect at the top, like a leaf ladder. Add a tiny leaf wave below with three lines. Your tulip has lovely leaves!

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Connect the second stem to the first one. Add two leaves on the left and a small leaf below. Your tulip is growing a leafy family – so cool!

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Color the big flower's lower part bright yellow, like a sunny dress. Lightly add a soft yellow to the upper petals for a tulip sunrise. Enjoy painting!

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Use orange in the middle and red at the top. Pretend you're giving your tulip a warm hug with these cozy colors. Your flower is full of warmth and joy!

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Rub the colors gently with tissue paper, like patting your tulip on the back. Watch the colors blend, making your tulip extra pretty and colorful!

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Color hats (sepals) and stems green. Color the inside of leaves green too, like giving them leafy snacks. Your tulips are now vibrant and full of life!

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Color leaves' outer part darker green, add dark green to lower stems. Your tulip family shines! Great job, artists! Share and have fun drawing!