When the sun is beating down and the temperature rises, there are few things more refreshing than a cool, sweet jar of lemonade…
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by taking a blue pen and a ruler, and drawing two parallel lines, angled at around 45 degrees, in the center of your page. Leave a small gap, then continue the lines for a short while.
Use a blue pen to connect the bottom section, and add a circle to the top.
Then, add two squares – one in the gap, and the other to the right of this. Add three lines in the center of each, with small marks around the lines – every lemonade needs cool ice cubes!
Now, add a small set of leaves to the bottom of the right cube…
And a semicircle to the right of this. Add two rings inside the semicircle, with the smallest section divided into segments to create a wedge of lemon.
Now, add a curved line below the top of the straw, and then bring another curved line across the top, leaving a gap on the left. Add two bumpy lines to either side, heading down towards the bottom of the page.
Use each of the bumps to draw a curved line across…
And then add another slice of lemon in the gap.
Bring two curved lines down from the bottom of the top section, and join these at the bottom with a curve to create the outline of the jar. Then, add a long oval shape above the ice cubes, and bring two more lines down and across to create the actual lemonade.
Add a large semicircle to the right for a handle…
And add a few small marks inside this.
Add another mark to the left, just inside the lemon wedge…
And then a series of short, diagonal lines along the length of the straw.
Now, take a yellow pen, and fill in the main body of the juice and the lemon wedge…
And then use the red pen to add stripes to the straw.
Finally, use a yellow pen for the lemon at the bottom.
Now that looks delicious – a crisp, cool, and refreshing beverage to quench your thirst on a hot day.