Festive Christmas Doodle Ideas

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If you’re looking for some ways to learn how to doodle something Christmas-themed, you’re definitely in the right place.

Christmas is around the corner, and it’s time to start thinking about how we’re going to spruce up our holiday decor. Now is your chance to get creative with some festive Christmas doodles that will add a personal touch to your decorations.

Whether you’re making gift tags or decorating your Bullet Journal – this post will help inspire you to create festive Christmas artwork guaranteed to spread merriment for years to come.

Doodling is a great way to decorate your journal, as well as relax a bit and spend some time for yourself being creative.

And in case you’re thinking that you’re not creative and there is no way you can doodle – trust me, you can! There is a free doodling course at the end of this post to help you with that if you still have doubts.

This set of Christmas doodle ideas will show you how easy it is to do holiday-themed doodles and will definitely inspire you to bring more Christmas cheer to your Bullet Journal pages.

But before I share these, let’s talk about supplies.

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Best Doodling Supplies

Before you sit down to doodle, let’s talk about some supplies you might need for that.

The good thing is that you can doodle with anything you already have; you don’t need any fancy supplies.

But if you do want to get something special for your Christmas doodles, here are a few of my favorites:

  • Pilot Dr. Grip Mechanical Pencil – you definitely want to have a comfortable pencil when you doodle, and this one has probably the softest grip ever.
  • Sakura Foam Eraser – you’ll need a good eraser that won’t smudge your pen and won’t leave streaks behind.
  • Sakura Pigma Micron – a good fineliner is a staple for doodling; they allow for beautiful, dark lines. And this set comes with different nib sizes to add more variety to your doodles.
  • Crayola Super Tips – if you want to add color to your doodles, these pens are some of the best. They come in 100 colors and are super affordable.
  • Rhodia Notepad – it would be helpful to practice on paper with a grid, and this one is also smooth so that it won’t damage your pens.

Easy Christmas Doodle Ideas

There are more of my own personal tutorials at the end of the post, but here, I wanted to share tutorials and doodle pages from other creators.

This won't just help you learn how to doodle some things but will also allow you to see the same doodles in different styles so you can pic kand choose elements and develop your own.

Free Doodling Course

Are you still not sure about your doodling skills? I’ve got you covered.

Exactly for beginners like yourself, I’ve created a free doodling course. Inside, you’ll find all the steps and tips to help you get doodling and turn into a doodling pro.

Simply sign up in the form below, and once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get all the details delivered straight to your mailbox.

More Resources

Are you looking for some more doodles and resources on how to become a doodling master and decorate your Bullet Journal with festive drawings?

You can find more in these posts:

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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob!

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