How to draw a dog with a story

by Andy Youings April 25, 2017

How to draw a dog with a story

As it's National Stationery Week (24-30 April), we're celebrating the 'Seven Days of Stationery' with Tuesday's #GetCrafty theme. Today we're sharing with you this cute video that can teach your little ones how to draw a cartoon dog in their notebooks with the help of a quirky story.

Say Nice Things Stationery: The Dog with a Story from Say Nice Things on Vimeo.

 

We'd love to see your own drawings and hear what name you've decided to give your dog. Share them with us on:

Facebook, Instagram or Twitter...and don't forget to tag us #saynicethings or @SNTStationery

Say Nice Things notebooks are all designed and made in the UK. Click here to view the collection.

 




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