Nutcrackers in the form of wooden soldiers have been around since at least the 15th century. In the holiday season, you might be looking for holiday-themed inspirations to add to cards, decorations and wrappings. This tutorial shows you how, in easy steps, to draw a soldier nutcracker.
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How to Draw a Holiday Soldier Nutcraker

Nutcrackers in the form of wooden soldiers have been around since at least the 15th century. These nutcrackers portray a soldier with a large mouth which the operator opens by lifting a lever in the back of the figurine. Originally you could actually insert a nut in the mouth, press down and crack the nut, but modern nutcrackers are substancial enough for cracking nuts and now serve for Christmas decoration.

How to Draw a Holiday Soldier Nutcraker

In the holiday season, you might be looking for holiday-themed inspirations to add to cards, decorations and wrappings. This tutorial shows you how, in easy steps, to draw a soldier nutcracker.

Draw a Holiday Soldier Nutcraker Step 1
Draw a circle for the head.

1. Draw a circle for the head. At the bottom of the circle, draw a small rectangle. Position half of the rectangle within the circle, and half out, as shown.

• Within the rectangle, draw a center line. This will be the line that separates the teeth.
• Then draw three small, vertical lines, as shown.

Draw a Holiday Soldier Nutcraker Step 2
Create the hat.

2. Create the hat. Add a thin, long rectangle on top of the circle. Above that, draw a larger square, then a small circle.

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