Monday, February 11, 2013

How To Draw A Valentine Worksheet.

this how to draw a valentine worksheet is easy and fun to do. It attempts to take the mystery out of drawing a perfect heart.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: If your drawing does not turn out perfect do not get discouraged, learning to draw takes practice so draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back often and try some of my other projects.

This free how to draw a Valentine worksheet may be downloaded to your device and printed easily. To print, click on the image and select save, open a word doc and then past. If the image is not centered adjust the margins on the layout tap in your word toolbar. Then print. If you have problems see the How To Print tab above. 

How To Draw A Valentine Worksheet.

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Start by lightly drawing an outline, you will want to erase some later.
Use a guideline straight up and down to center things so they stay even.
At the top of the guideline draw two circles that overlap slightly.
Below the circles draw a large letter "V." It goes from the circles, and the point meets the guideline.

Start the ribbon by drawing two bent lines parallel to each other, they could be right across the heart or lower.
Use a line to connect the top and the bottom at the ends.
Add two double curving lines at the bottom starting at the outside edge, going back in, then down and then out, like an "S" on one side and a backward "S" on the other.
Add a short horizontal parallel line halfway down the outside edge of the ribbon.
Use lines up and down to connect the top parts to the bottom curved parts.

Put the "M" on the ribbon on the guideline to keep the lettering even. Next put the "B" on the left and the "e" on the right. Last fill in the rest of the letters to spell out "Be Mine."

Erase the guideline and any extra marks then go over the drawing with a dark pencil or marker.

Color it as you want and give it to someone.

(C) Adron 2/11/13

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