27 Frog In Hat Drawing Ideas

Why did the frog stop at the hat store? To keep his tadpole head warm, of course! Welcome to the whimsical world of frogs in hats, where fashion meets the funny and fantastic lives of our green friends. Perfect for little hands with big imaginations, this list of frog-in-hat drawing ideas is not just about creating art, it’s about hopping into a pond of endless creativity and giggles. So grab your pencils, because these frogs are ready to leap off the page in style!

Sunny Day Frog

sunny day frog

  1. Sketch a circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals inside the circle for the eyes.
  2. Draw a smaller circle above the eyes for the frog’s head.
  3. Add two curved lines extending outwards from the frog’s head for the mouth.
  4. From the frog’s body, draw two slanted lines for each leg. Add circles for the feet.
  5. Draw a hat on the frog’s head. It can be a simple tilted beret or a wide-brimmed sunhat.

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Rainy Day Friend

rainy day friend

  1. Draw a round circle for the frog’s body. Add two big oval eyes on top.
  2. Give the frog a triangular hat with a curved brim to keep out the rain.
  3. Draw little rain boots on the frog’s feet.
  4. For a rainy day mood, use slanted lines to depict falling rain. You can add puddles at the bottom.

Wizard Frog

wizard frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large circles on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a pointed hat tilted at an angle on the frog’s head. This is the wizard hat.
  3. For the frog’s mouth, draw a short line with a slight curve at the end.
  4. Draw two thin arms extending from the body. Add a wand to one of the hands. The wand can be long and straight with a star on the tip.
  5. From the frog’s body, draw two slanted lines for each leg. Add webbed feet.

Cowboy Croaker

cowboy croaker

  1. Sketch a large oval for the frog’s body. Add two large circles on top for the eyes. Leave a black circle in the center of each eye for the pupil.
  2. On the frog’s head, draw a wide-brimmed cowboy hat tilted slightly to one side.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a curved line for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two thin arms downward from the body.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.

Pirate Pond Hopper

pirate pond hopper

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a triangular pirate hat with a skull and crossbones on it tilted over one eye.
  3. For the mouth, draw a wide grin.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. Draw an eyepatch over one eye.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.
  6. Give the frog a treasure chest to sit on. You can add gold coins spilling out of it.

Chef Ribbit

chef ribbit

  1. Draw a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two big oval eyes on top of the circle.
  2. Draw a tall, rounded chef’s hat on the frog’s head.
  3. Give the frog a wide grin for a mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the frog’s body. In one hand, draw a spoon and in the other, a cupcake.

Garden Helper

garden helper

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body in the center of the flower pot.
  2. Add two large ovals on top of the circle for the frog’s eyes.
  3. Draw a hat on the frog’s head. It can be a straw hat or a gardening hat.
  4. Below the eyes, draw a wide smile for the frog’s mouth.
  5. Extend two arms downward from the frog’s body.
  6. Draw the flower pot around the frog’s body. You can add flowers or plants growing inside the pot.

Space Explorer

space explorer

  1. Draw a round circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. Instead of a hat, draw a space helmet with a round visor on the frog’s head.
  3. For the mouth, draw a wide grin.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. You can add gloves to the frog’s hands.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.
  6. Give the frog a jetpack on its back. You can add flames coming out of the jetpack.

Birthday Frog

birthday frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a pointed party hat tilted at an angle on the frog’s head. You can decorate the hat with stripes or polka dots.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a big smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.
  6. You can add balloons or presents around the frog to create a birthday scene.

Detective Frog

detective frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two big ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a classic detective hat, like a fedora or trench coat hat, tilted down low on the frog’s head.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a curved line for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. In one hand, draw a magnifying glass.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.

King of the Pond

king of the pond

  1. Draw a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a crown on the frog’s head. You can draw a simple crown with points or a more elaborate crown with jewels.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a wide smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.
  6. You can add a lily pad or throne for the frog to sit on to show it’s the king of the pond.

Artist Frog

artist frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. For the hat, draw a beret tilted slightly to the side on the frog’s head.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a small smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. In one hand, draw a paintbrush and in the other hand, a paint palette.
  5. Draw a small easel in front of the frog. You can add a canvas to the easel.

Winter Wonderland

winter wonderland

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body in the center of the snowball. Add two large ovals on top of the circle for the frog’s eyes.
  2. Draw a warm hat on the frog’s head. It can be a beanie or a winter trapper hat with ear flaps.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a small smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the frog’s body.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.
  6. Add snowflakes falling around the frog to create a winter wonderland scene.

Firefighter Frog

firefighter frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a firefighter helmet on the frog’s head. You can add a yellow stripe down the middle of the helmet.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a curved line for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. In one hand, draw a fire hose with water spraying out.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.

Beach Buddy

beach buddy

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top of the circle for the frog’s eyes.
  2. Draw a wide-brimmed sunhat on the frog’s head. Tilt the hat slightly to one side.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a big smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the frog’s body. In one hand, draw a pail and in the other hand, a shovel.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.
  6. Draw a sandcastle next to the frog. You can add a flag on top of the sandcastle.

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Knight in Shining Armor

knight in shining armor

  1. Draw a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two big ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a helmet on the frog’s head. You can use the knight’s helmet from the reference image, but make sure to leave space for the frog’s big eyes.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a small smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. In one hand, draw a sword.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.
  6. Give the frog a shield to hold in its other arm. You can draw a simple round shield or a more pointed knight’s shield like the one in the reference image.

Ninja Frog

ninja frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top of the circle, tilted slightly forward for a sneaky look.
  2. Draw a pointed ninja mask over the lower half of the frog’s face.
  3. Leave a small opening above the eyes for the frog to see.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. In one hand, draw a ninja sword (shuriken).
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.

Rockstar Ribbit

rockstar ribbit

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a spiky mohawk hairstyle on the frog’s head.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a big grin with a few sharp teeth for a rockstar smile.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.
  6. Give the frog a guitar to hold in its other arm. You can add a strap going over the frog’s shoulder.

Superhero Leap

superhero leap

  1. Draw a large circle for the frog’s body in a leaping position. Make the legs long and stretched out in the jumping pose.
  2. Add two large ovals on top of the circle for the frog’s eyes.
  3. Draw a cape billowing behind the frog. The cape should be large and reach out past the frog’s body.
  4. For the hat, draw a mask instead. The mask can be simple with two eye holes or more elaborate with pointed ears.
  5. Below the eyes, draw a determined expression on the frog’s face.

Baker’s Bliss

baker's bliss

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top of the circle for the eyes.
  2. Draw a tall, rounded chef’s hat on the frog’s head.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a wide smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. In one hand, draw a rolling pin and in the other hand, a delicious pie.

Tea Time Friend Frog

tea time friend frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two big ovals on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a simple beret or floppy sunhat tilted at an angle on the frog’s head for a relaxed look.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a small smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. In one hand, draw a teacup with a steaming beverage.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.
  6. You can add a small table with a saucer and a teapot next to the frog for a complete tea time scene.

Gentleman Frog

gentleman frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top of the circle for the frog’s eyes.
  2. Draw a top hat on the frog’s head. You can tilt the hat slightly to one side for a jaunty look.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a curved line for the frog’s mouth. Add a small curve at the end for a slight smile.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body. You can keep the arms straight by the side or bend them at the elbows.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.

Skater Frog

skater frog

  1. Sketch a large oval for the frog’s body. Add two large circles on top for the eyes.
  2. Draw a small helmet on the frog’s head with straps.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a big grin with a few sharp teeth for a fun and energetic expression.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body, bent at the elbows.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end. Make sure one foot is pushing off the ground as if the frog is skateboarding.

Fairy Tale Frog

fairy tale frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top of the circle for the eyes.
  2. Draw a small crown on the frog’s head. It can be a simple crown with three points or a more elaborate crown with jewels.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a big smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.

Sleepy Time Frog

sleepy time frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top of the circle for the eyes. Draw droopy eyelids over the eyes.
  2. On the frog’s head, draw a simple sleep cap or a nightcap tilted slightly to one side.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a small, closed mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end. Curve the legs so the frog looks like it’s curled up in a sleeping position.

Santa Frog

santa frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two large ovals on top for the eyes. Leave black circles in the center of each eye for the pupils.
  2. Draw a Santa hat with a white fluffy trim on the frog’s head. You can tilt the hat slightly to one side for a jaunty look.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a big smile with a wide tongue sticking out.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.

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Mushroom Hat Frog

mushroom hat frog

  1. Sketch a large circle for the frog’s body. Add two big oval eyes on top of the circle.
  2. Draw a large mushroom cap on the frog’s head. You can draw a round red cap with white spots, like the one in the picture.
  3. Below the eyes, draw a small smile for the frog’s mouth.
  4. Extend two arms downward from the body.
  5. Draw two slanted lines for each leg, with webbed feet at the end.

Conclusion

And that’s a wrap on our fashion show at the pond! Who knew frogs could be so stylish, right? From astronauts to knights, and pirates to chefs, our amphibian friends have proven that a little hat can go a long way. We hope these ideas have filled your sketchbooks with joy and your hearts with laughter. Remember, every frog believes it’s a prince in disguise, all it takes is the right hat to make them feel royally special. Keep drawing, and let those frogs hop into a world of imagination!

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