13+ Easy Christmas Doodles Anyone Can Draw

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If you want to learn how to doodle some Christmas themed stuff, you’re in the right place!

It’s almost December, so it’s time to start decorating our Bullet Journals with some holiday-themed doodles.

Whether you’re an experienced artist or a beginner, you can join in on all the holiday cheer with just some paper, simple drawing tools, and a little imagination.

So don’t let those creative seasonal vibes slip away – be sure to grab your favorite drawing supplies and get ready to bring some extra holiday cheer into your home by creating one of these exciting designs.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and I bet you’re also looking for a way to add Christmas spirit to your Bullet Journal pages!

I hope I got you covered with this post since you’ll find here 13+ cute Christmas doodles. And there is a Doodle With Me video at the end of the post, so be sure to check that out for more ideas!

If you’re not so confident in your doodles yet, be sure to check the end of the post for a free doodling course!

Before we go into tutorials, though, let’s talk about ways you can use these Christmas doodles in your BuJo.

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How To Use Doodles In Your Bullet Journal

Doodles are super fun to draw and use in your Bullet Journal, and they can serve so many purposes!

Below are some ideas which I’m sure you’ll love!


Of course, the first and foremost reason to use doodles in your Bullet Journal is to decorate your pages.

Doodles are usually pretty simple to draw, but they add charm to Bullet Journal pages and can bring the whole month together with the same theme.


Using doodles in trackers is a bit time-consuming, but in the end, I think it looks pretty cool.

Plus, it turns your tracker into a coloring book!

Countdown SPread

This works a lot like a habit tracker; only you color the whole doodle each day.

Countdown pages are great; they help create excitement and understand the time flow, so you’ll never be caught unaware.

This is one of my must-have pages for travel and big holidays like Christmas.

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Headers are a great way to decorate your weekly spreads, and you can use doodles to add flavor to yours.

Get creative, and the possibilities are actually limitless!


Finally, doodles are perfect for creating collections. Any collections could use some doodles!

Below are some of my collection pages where I used the doodles the most.

Collection pages might not look as useful and productive as weekly or monthly logs, but they are extremely effective in helping you with tons of other things.

Even collections for fun, like a Christmas bucket list, help you to feel better, increase happiness, and move something on the back of your head, so you unintentionally start trying to complete the thing on the list.

Other Ways To Use Christmas Doodles

Apart from using Christmas doodles to decorate your Bullet Journal pages, you can also use them to do plenty of holiday crafts.

Here are a few ideas: 

  • Christmas ornaments
  • Gift tags
  • Christmas cards
  • Christmas card envelopes
  • Dinner place cards
  • Note to Santa

How To Doodle: Best Tips

There are a few tips I’d like to give you before you start creating. 

  • You absolutely can doodle, even if now it feels like you don’t. Trust me, when I started, I couldn’t draw at all, but with time and practice, it gets better. As long as you can draw basic shapes, you absolutely can doodle. And speaking of basic shapes…
  • Look for basic shapes. Every doodle consists of basic shapes, and once you start seeing them, it’ll be so much easier to start doodling. So even if you see a big scary doodle, start by dividing it into small basic shapes, and you’ll be just fine.
  • Start with a pencil. You’ll see it in my Doodle With Me videos and in all my Plan With Me videos – I always start with a pencil. This helps ensure the doodle is coming out the way I want it to. Plus, that way, you can start doodling from the basic shape and work your way around it.
  • Practice. The biggest secret to getting better at doodling is to practice. So even if your first try doesn’t look as pretty as you imagined it in your head – just keep on doodling. The next one will be better, and the one after that will be even better.

Doodling Supplies

If you’re sitting down to doodle, you really don’t need much. You need only a pencil, a pen and a piece of paper.

My favorites are:

  • Pilot Dr. Grip Mechanical Pencil – it’s important when you doodle to have a comfortable pencil grip, and the one on this Pilot pencil is probably the best I ever had.
  • Sakura Foam Eraser – you want a quality eraser that won’t leave any color behind; my choice is foam erasers. Just always make sure you take some time before erasing so your pen doesn’t smudge.
  • Faber Castell Pigment Pen – there are plenty of great fineliners on the market (Sakura Pigma Micron and Unipin are among my favorites), but at the moment, I’m doing all the doodles with this pen.

I have, of course, many more recommendations, so be sure to check my post on The Best Pens For Doodling.

Easy Christmas Doodles

No matter how complicated or elaborate Christmas doodles might look like, they are all made out of basic shapes, which anyone can do.

Let’s look into these tutorials, and once you see how each doodle comes together from basic shapes, you’ll be able to draw anything you want!


This is not necessarily a Christmas doodle, but you can’t have Christmas without snowmen!

Well, at least if you live in the northern hemisphere. Here in Bolivia, Christmas is in the middle of Summer, which is still weird to me.

Christmas Tree Decoration

This is a very simple doodle to draw, and you can play around so much with the colors and patterns you can use on the decoration.

I must say decorating a Christmas tree is one of my favorite parts of the holiday season.

Polar Bear

I like this polar bear doodle because it’s super easy and requires just a few colors.

I imagine this cute little guy can be an adorable add-on to a Christmas craft.

Holiday Mail

I have always loved giving and receiving cards. I think it’s such a simple gesture and yet so lovely.

I’m kind of sad that this tradition died out a bit with all my movings. Maybe it’s time to bring it back!

Gingerbread Man

I’m not a big fan of ginger, but Christmas gingerbread cookies are an exception!

And this is such a fun thing to doodle! Plus, you can play around with what expression it would have and how you’d decorate it.

Candy Cane

Who doesn’t like candy? And Christmas candy isn’t just delicious, but also pretty and looks very cozy.

I don’t think in real life they come with these green leaves and a bow, but it’s a fun add-on to the doodle, just to make it stand out a little bit.


With Christmas, we’re thinking about the North Pole, of course, and that leads me straight to cute little penguins.

But now I’m thinking, are there actually penguins on the north pole, or are they only on the south one? Let me know in the comments if you know.

Holiday Bells

Happy bells and I think the contrast between green leaves and red bow brings out the holiday cheer.

It would be great if you decided to draw a Christmas wreath.


I used to love these when I was a kid. The snow floating was just so mesmerizing.

Do you still have any of those? I think all of mine are no more, so I have to compensate by doodling them. Thankfully, it’s a pretty easy Christmas doodle.

Christmas Tree

Finally, it’s time to doodle a Christmas tree! There are many ways to do it, but I find that this way is probably the cutest.

And I didn’t add that many decorations, but you definitely can play around with that to customize your tree.

Christmas Stocking

What is a better feeling than waking up in December and running to check if Santa left you some chocolate in the stocking?

I miss being a kid during the holiday season; it was definitely the best tie of the year when I was a kid!


When thinking of the holiday season, I’m thinking of all the cozy things, and what is cozier than a silly Christmas sweater?

I decided we would be doodling a ball of yarn, though, instead of an actual sweater. But it’s still super cozy.

Cup Of Cocoa

Speaking of cozy things, what can be cozier than a cup of hot cocoa?

To make it a bit more distinguished from just a cup of coffee, I added a stick of cinnamon and, of course, some whipped cream.

Many of these doodles you can generally use in winter theme for January, for example.

I know I know, the title said 13+ doodles.

The rest of them you can find in the Doodle With me video further down the post!

Doodle With Me: Christmas Edition

For more ideas, make sure to check out the video below. This time I did something very different, and all the doodles were in black and white.

Let me know if you prefer them that way or if you’d rather me color all my doodles as I did in my previous videos.

Free Doodling Course

Still not very confident in your doodling skills? Well, I’ve got something exactly for you.

I’ve created a free doodling course that will help you learn all the tips and tricks to become a doodling master in no time!

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

More Resources

Are you looking for some more inspirations for doodling and generally bringing Christmas spirit to your Bullet Journal?

Well, you can find it here:

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