Katy Christmas Lights Creative Drawing
Christmas may still be 25 weeks away but if you’re already thinking about Katy Christmas lights, let us bring your thoughts to color by showing you how to draw three amazing Christmas lights drawings in just a few simple-to-follow steps. These drawings are ideas you can use to create your Christmas cards or just put your family in a festive mood.
I’ve found that using these Katy Christmas lights sketches in your bullet journal is a great way to decorate your pages while keeping it simple. You can also use this to create journals as gifts for family members and friends.
Trust me, Katy crafters, these Christmas lights are one of the most accessible drawing tutorials you can follow.
· Table of Contents
· How To Draw Katy Christmas Lights
· Supplies You’ll Need:
· Katy Christmas Lights Drawing Instructions
· Wavy Christmas Lights
· Step 1: Tangled Line
· Step 2: Draw The Light Bulbs
· Step 3: Add Details
· Step 4: Color
· Katy Christmas Lights Garland
· Step 1: Draw Three Curves
· Step 2: Add The Light Bulbs
· Step 3: Complete The Light Bulbs
· Step 4: Add Smaller Ovals
· Step 5: Color
· String of Lights
· Step 1: Draw The Lines
· Step 2: Attach The Light Bulbs
· Step 3: Color The Light Bulbs
Supplies You’ll Need
These are supplies you likely have on hand or can pick up from the local dollar store for a few bucks.
· HB pencil
· Micron Pen
· Brush Pens (or any colored maker set)
The first sketch is how to create wavy Katy Christmas lights.
Wavy Katy Christmas Lights
Step 1: To create these wavy lights, you’ll first need to draw a tangled line like the one shown in the photo.
Step 2: Once you’ve drawn a wavy tangled line, it’s time to remove the light bulbs. Not all Katy Christmas lights are the same size, so get creative and make them as big or as small as you want them to be.
You will start by drawing a small line and then draw a more oversized circle shape; make sure now to close off the circle so that it’s complete. Continue drawing the light bulbs wherever you think they will look best until you reach the end of the wavy line. You can also draw the lights on the tangled lines to make this drawing look better.
Optional: Now that you’ve created all your Katy Christmas lights, it’s time to make them shine bright for all to see. All you have to do is add at least three petal shapes around the bulbs. This will give it the effect that the Christmas lights are on. You don’t have to add the petal shapes, and your sketch will look good either way.
Step 3: This is our favorite part of creating our wavy Katy Christmas lights, adding color; the traditional color of Christmas lights is white, red, and green, but many people also use blue, and some of our Katy Christmas lights clients go all out with multicolored to add custom colors like pink and purple. Since this is only a drawing, use whatever color of marker, crayon, or map pencil you decide. There is no way to go wrong when it comes to festive lights.
In our next post, we will show you how to draw a Christmas light garland, and if you are following along, it’s never too early in the year to consider booking your Katy Christmas light installation.
2022 Katy Christmas Light Installation
At Christmas Wonder Lights, our crew begins booking Christmas light installation starting in January when we remove our client’s lights and décor. If you would like to get an idea of what it would cost to hire a Katy Christmas light installer to decorate your home or want to get on our calendar, please give us a call. At 281-545-7740 or you can also visit us online at https://www.christmaswonderlights.com/ and complete our online form. We hope everyone is having a wonderful summer, and we look forward to seeing you in October.