Paper Folding and Drawing Fun for Kids
We had a folding surprise “monster” drawing marathon this past weekend. We started with Art for Kids Hub videos and then moved on to making our own, too! Check out our food-themed monster folding drawings for kids.
I love that we started to learn how to add shading with markers. For the shine, we started by adding a white crayon or white colored pencil on top of the marker. But as we kept going, we started to leave shiny shapes undrawn, revealing the white paper.
Scary Hot Dog Monster Folding Surprise
Check out this unsuspecting hot dog that all of a sudden wants to devour you, not be devoured itself!
Scary Strawberry Monster Folding Surprise
Fruit — like you have never seen before! Be wary of biting into this delectable berry! I especially love that strawberry leaves use two shades of green to create a realistic three-dimensional look.
Scary Cheesburger Monster Folding Surprise
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Dripping with cheese, this cheeseburger is more than a mouthful! I especially love the spots and lighting on the monster’s tongue!
Scary Pasta Monster Folding Surprise
After a day of drawing folding monster surprises, we decided to make our own. We decided a big bowl of pasta with meatballs would be a crazy noodle monster! What do you think?
I love these eyes and the shading included on the meatballs and pasta, and of course, the purple-speckled monster tongue is fantastic!
We hope you enjoyed these Food Folding Monster ideas. We sure had fun. Perfect as a Halloween Kids Activity or an anytime-of-year art project, Folding Monsters are great! Other Folding posts you might enjoy include our Folding Surprise: Monster Paper Craft for Kids article highlighting some of his folding monsters created long before we found the Art for Kids Hub YouTube channel!