Beautiful Princess Drawing for Kids: Easy 5-Minute Guide

Written By Pamily | Edited By Varsha & Adi | Updated on 21th May, 2024

Choosing the right school for your child can be a challenge. While schools nowadays prioritise extracurricular activities, you should ensure your child is ready. We understand it can be overwhelming to handle everything alone, but do not worry. Today, we will help you with a step-by-step princess drawing tutorial for kids.

Remember when we dressed up as princesses in clothes of our mom and twirled around, pretending we were wearing magical gowns? And when grandma read us fairy tales about brave princesses and their adventures, we imagined ourselves as those princesses. We miss those days. Today, let us create a step-by-step guide to princess drawing for kids, giving them a glimpse of our childhood. We have also included a downloadable worksheet for your child to practice on. Let us begin!

Quick Summary

Princess drawing for kids step by step –
  1. Basic List of materials
  2. A step-by-step guide
  3. Final touches
  4. Additionally, what you can do
  5. Conclusion


1.  Basic List of Materials

  • Drawing paper
  • Pencil
  • Sharpener
  • Eraser
  • Coloured pencils or Crayons
  • Black sketch pen
  • Stable base of support/ Drawing board

2. Step-by-Step Guide to Princess Drawing for Kids

Being a princess is not just about wearing beautiful dresses, it is about having a kind and brave heart. Let us draw a beautiful and brave princess in just four steps:

Step 1: Draw her body

  • Start by drawing a ‘U’ shape for her face. Above her face, add a cursive ‘M’ shape for her hair, as shown in the picture. 
  • From the top of the ‘U’ shape, connect with a curved ‘w’ shape to create the hairline of the princess. Now, add multiple ‘U’ shapes at the bottom to form the ends of her hair.
  • Now, draw two small vertical lines below the face to create the neck. Just below that, draw a heart shape for the top of her dress, but leave the bottom open. 
  • From the open ends of the heart shape, draw two arches curving inward, one to the left and one to the right, to form the bottom of the gown. At the bottom centre of the gown, add a long ‘U’ shape for the middle section. Then, from each side of the ‘U’ shape, draw two half ‘U’ shapes outward, one on each side, to complete the flowing part of the gown.
  • Now, add four long lines, two on both sides of the neck of the princess, to create the arms.

Step 2: Add accessories


  • Add an ‘M’ shape on top of her hair to create her crown, but instead of two pointy tops, make three of them. On every pointy surface of the crown add small circles to represent the jewels.
  • Add a small square shape in the middle of her neck, then draw small horizontal lines extending from each side of the square to create her necklace.
  • Finally, add two curved lines below the top portion of her dress, just under the heart shape, to make it look more realistic.

Step 3: Add the face

  • Add two ears on each side of her face, just below her hair. In her face, draw two small downward curves for her eyes. Add another curved line below the middle of her eyes to form her smile. 
  • Add small lines below the curve of her eyes to create her lashes. Refer to the image for more clarity.

Step 4: Colour her

Use a bright shade of pink to colour her dress. Use brown or yellow to her hair to give her a blond look. Colour her crown red. You can use any shade for the skin colour of her face, neck, and arms.

Final Touches

After colouring, carefully inspect the picture for any extra marks or lines, and gently erase them to make the princess picture neater. Next, use a glitter pen to highlight her crown or certain parts of her dress. You can even create earrings by adding waterdrop shapes from her ears with a glitter pen. To enhance the beauty of the picture, take a black marker and outline the princess, emphasise her eyes, smile, ears, hairline, and dress, it will give the picture a finished look.

Additionally, what you can do

  • Remember, you can always change the colours of the dress or the hair of the princess and use any colour that you want.
  • You can even change the colour and length of her hair.
  • You can even change her facial expression by making a few changes, like adding small circles to make her eyes open.
  • Take your time and have fun! Drawing is about expressing yourself, so do not worry about perfecting it.
  • If you make a mistake, do not stress. Use your eraser and try again.
  • Practice makes perfect, so keep drawing until you become a pro!


Congratulations! You have completed your princess drawing. Feel proud of yourself for creating a beautiful princess who looks like you. She is looking gorgeous. Consider turning your artwork into a poster to hang in your room as a reminder of your artistic talents. Do not forget to download the worksheet below to practice and improve your drawing skills further. Keep up the great work!

Princess drawing for kids Worksheet

Varsha & Adi

Hi, we are Varsha and Adi, and we’re on a mission to help parents make the right choice for their kids’ education. Picking a school is like a 10-year commitment, and we realized parents needed clear, no-nonsense info. That’s why we created Candid Schools, where you can get the real deal on schools without the fancy jargon. Our goal is simple: to give parents the info they need to make the best choice for their little ones.

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