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Please enjoy these easy Thanksgiving coloring pages!
Simple Thanksgiving Turkey Coloring Pages
Fun Pilgrim Hat Coloring Pages for Kids
Majestic Mayflower Ship Coloring Sheets
Colorful Cornucopia Coloring Pages for Beginners
Cartoon Harvest Vegetables Coloring Pages
Pumpkin Pie Dessert Coloring Pages for Kids
Adorable Little Pilgrim Children Coloring Pages
Lovely Native American Coloring Sheets for Kids
Quaint Colonial House Coloring Pages
Cute Thanksgiving Critters Coloring Pages for Children
Thanksgiving Dinner Scene Coloring Pages
Friendly Turkey and Pilgrim Coloring Pages
Pilgrim & Native American Sharing Meal Coloring Pages
Fall Leaves and Acorns Coloring Pages
Printable Thanksgiving Day Parade Coloring Pages
Tips For Coloring Easy Thanksgiving Coloring Pages
What colors should I use for easy Thanksgiving coloring pages?
The colors of Thanksgiving are typically warm and earthy. You could use oranges, yellows, and browns to depict the fall season, harvest foods like pumpkins and corn. Red and green can be used for apples and other fruits or vegetables. For a Thanksgiving turkey, you can use a variety of browns, white and black for the feathers and a mixture of red, orange and yellow for the face.
How can I add more detail and realism to my easy Thanksgiving coloring?
Adding shadow and highlighting can bring realism to your Thanksgiving coloring. Start with a base color and then add darker shades for shadowing areas and lighter versions of the same color for highlighted areas. For example, if you are coloring a pumpkin, start with an orange base, use a darker brownish-orange for shadowing at the bottom or sides, and a lighter yellow-orange for the top or wherever light would naturally hit.
Are there any remarkable features of Thanksgiving I should pay attention to while coloring?
Yes, adding small details can bring the spirit of Thanksgiving to your coloring. An example is to include elements like cornucopias, fallen leaves, or pilgrim hats. Making sure to color your turkey’s feathers in a variety of shades can also add depth.
Can you provide some interesting facts about Thanksgiving that I could incorporate into my art?
Yes, Thanksgiving is a holiday that originated in 1621 with a three-day feast between the pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians. It’s a time to give thanks for the harvest and blessings of the past year. You can incorporate some traditional elements into your art, like a big turkey, harvest vegetables, or pilgrim hats. Fun fact, Benjamin Franklin wanted the turkey to be the US national bird, not the bald eagle!
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