How to Draw a Music Note Heart?

This step by step tutorial will teach you how to draw a music note heart.

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to draw a music note heart. This is a cool design that you can use for various projects, such as T-shirts, posters, cards, and more. With some simple steps, you will be able to create this fun music note heart. Let’s get started!

What You’ll Need

-1 Piece of White Paper
-1 Black Sharpie
-A pencil
-A ruler

First, draw a heart using a pencil and a ruler to get the basic shape down. If you need help, look up a heart tutorial online or in a how-to book. Once you’ve got the shape drawn out, start drawing musical notes inside of the heart. Make sure to use a variety of note symbols so it looks interesting. You can also add other musical elements like staff lines or treble clefs. When you’re happy with how it looks, go over everything with a black sharpie. Allow the sharpie to dry completely before adding color, if desired.

Step One: Draw the First Music Note

In order to draw a music note heart, you will need to first draw a music note. You can use any type of music note, but we will be using a quarter note for this example. Start by drawing a small oval at the bottom of the paper. This will be the end of the music note stem. Next, draw a slightly curved line upwards from the oval. This will be the beginning of the music note head. Finally, add a curved line on top of the first line to complete the music note head. The diagram below shows what your music note should look like when it is finished.

Now that you have drawn your first music note, it is time to move on to step two.

Step Two: Draw the Second Music Note

Now that you have the first music note drawn, it’s time to move on and draw the second one. This one is a little bit different, as it’s going to be facing the opposite direction. Make sure that the two notes are close together, but not touching.

First, draw a small circle in the middle of the page. This will be the top of the second music note. Then, starting at the top of the circle, begin to draw a curved line downward. Make sure that this line is slightly shorter than the first line you drew. When you reach the bottom of the page, curve the line back up so that it meets the top of the circle. Now your second music note is complete!

Step Three: Draw the Heart

Now that you have your music note, it’s time to add a heart! Draw a simple heart shape around your note. You can make your heart as big or small as you’d like. Once you have your heart, erase any pencil lines that are showing.

Step Four: Draw the Third Music Note

Now that the first two notes are drawn, it is time to draw the third. Music notes always come in three’s, so this will be the last note in the series. To draw it, start by drawing a small oval at the top of the stem. Next, add a curved line coming down from the oval and another curved line coming up from the bottom of the oval. Finally, connect the two lines with a straight line. This completes the drawing of the third music note!

Step Five: Draw the Fourth Music Note

Now that you have the first three music notes drawn, it’s time to add the fourth. This note will be a lot like the first two, only it will be inverted. Start by drawing a small oval at the bottom of the note. Then, draw a curved line up to meet the top of the oval. Finally, add two small lines on either side of the oval to finish off the note.

Step Six: Draw the Fifth Music Note

Now it’s time to add the fifth and final music note to complete the music note heart. First, draw a curved line extending from the bottom left side of the fourth music note. Then, add a small oval at the end of this line. Finally, use a curved line to enclose the shape of the fifth music note.

Step Seven: Draw the Sixth Music Note

Now that you have the base of the heart, it’s time to add the detail. In this step, you will draw the sixth and final music note. This note will be placed in the top left corner of the heart. To draw it, start by drawing a small circle. Then, add two curved lines coming off of the circle. These lines should be slightly curved and come to a point at the end. Finally, add a small oval at the bottom of the circle.


As you can see, drawing a music note heart is not difficult. With a little practice, you will be able to draw one perfectly. Remember to have fun and be creative!

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