Christmas – a time to give and forgive, a time for family gatherings, and great food, and of course. This is the season to shower love and bring out your creative side onto the table. Trust me, for me, the best part about Christmas is the chance that I get to decorate my house all over again and if you can totally echo with me and are looking for some hands-on inspiration, read on for beautiful Christmas painting ideas to try this season…
Beautiful Christmas Painting Ideas
Holly wreaths or mistletoe wreaths make great paintings and what’s more, you can play a kissing game in front of the mistletoe one! <Wink>
Happy smiling snowmen will add some more Christmas cheer to your living room.
Rudolph the red nosed reindeer had a very shiny nose ♪♪♪…and makes a great painting subject as well…
A beautiful Christmas tree ornament in bright colors will brighten everything around it.Have a look on magical superhero pencil drawing.
How about a series of Christmas ornaments carrying your family name as a welcome sign for visitors?
Dear Ole Santa
Santa is everyone’s favorite and if you are the budding artist, he can be your subject as well.Try some new acrylic painting ideas to try.
If you are really good with the pen and the brush, nativity scenes make for great paintings and you can gift them as well.
Three Wise Men
The North Star that guided the three wise men to baby Jesus can be the centerpiece of your living room.
How about a series of painted Christmas lights to match and complement the real ones that you hang around your house?
Bare is Beautiful
Christmas and snow are like lovers who have an off and on the relationship. A moonlit frost-laden painting of a tree will make a fantabulous painting.
A fluffy little bird sitting on a tree chirping away Christmas carols – the cutest picture for your little one’s bedroom!
A white countryside with a glimpse or two of life in a cottage is the perfect Christmas scene for you to paint.
Christmas has some very beautiful quotes and sayings and proverbs associated with it. So, if you want, you can write them in a beautiful script and paint some patterns all around the saying to make a Christmas painting that everyone will want to treasure.
Paint some pictures of colorful Christmas stockings and socks for a child’s bedroom or even your own.
Do you have some favorite comics? Then use those characters like Archie or Snoopy or Garfield as the main subject in your Christmas painting in a scene reminiscent of the year-end holiday.
Bells and Jingles
Jingle Bells! Jingle Bells! Jingle all the way into a painting that will tempt people into going and ringing them now and then.
On the Sleigh
A huge moon in front of which you can see Santa riding his reindeer-driven sleigh on his way to spreading cheer and Christmas gifts to all the good children in the world – this one is worthy of a gallery.
Hark the herald, angels sing! Glory to the newborn king! Christmas angels are lovely subjects for paintings and you can be as creative as you want.
Christmas is celebrating the birth of our savior – Jesus Christ and he can be your primary subject in any painting you are planning.
The Christmas spirit is all about love and forgiveness, so giant hearts or hearts in any design or pattern will be suitable for a Christmas painting subject.
Beautiful wine glasses, a turkey roast and all kinds of Christmas goodies can hang over your dining table to tempt the appetites of everyone in your family.
Those beautiful and unique snowflakes can be your inspiration for a painting that no one can copy because no two snowflakes are alike. Make this Christmas unique with these beautiful Christmas painting ideas to try this season!