11 Doodling Books For Adults

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If you want to learn how to doodle, the best way to do it is by practicing and following tutorials.

We have a lot of them already here on Masha Plans, but there is never enough, so I gathered here for you several doodling books for adults that will help you keep on practicing and elevate your doodling skills.

This blog post is here to show you how doodling books for adults can unleash your creativity and let the fun flow.

Not only are these books filled with playful coloring activities and designs, but they also provide plenty of room for your imagination and ideas to roam freely – making every page both unique, enjoyable, and fun.

Any of these books will help you elevate your doodles and therefore elevate your Bullet Journal pages.

There is also a freebie, and some more doodling resources at the end of the post, so keep on reading.

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Doodling Books For Adults

It's hard to figure out what exactly can be called books for adults because I truly believe adults can use any books they want, even if it's something specifically made for kids.

If you don't find anything fitting your style in this list, I have a few more recommendations; just scroll until the end for more related content.

Best Doodling Supplies

Now that you’ve picked a book and are ready to start doodling, you’re probably wondering what kind of supplies you need.

So here are a few of my favorites:

  • a journal or a notepad. I prefer this one because if you are using some markers to add color, you’ll need something with smooth paper; otherwise, it will fray your pens.
  • a pencil and eraser. I recommend using a white eraser, like this one, so there are no streaks. And a pencil with a comfortable grip will be a game-changer; this one is my favorite.
  • fineliners. Fineliners are definitely the best pens for doodling out there; these are my current favorites.
  • markers. If you’re obsessed with adding colors to your doodles like I am, be sure to get some markers. I recommend starting with these ones since they come in so many colors and are pretty affordable.

Here are a few more recommendations:

If you need more, you can always check my post Best Pens For Doodling.

More About Doodling

Before we dive into your freebie, I thought I’d share some other resources we have at Masha Plans.

I love doodling, and I want to make sure you discover that creative side of yourself as well, so this blog s full of useful information to do just that.

So here are a few posts on starting with doodling:

If you’re ready to start doodling, there are more resources with tutorials as well:

If you have some particular doodles in mind, let me know in the comments, and I’ll create a new set of tutorials and blog posts.

Free Doodling Course

Time to share your freebie!

I know a lot of people have this feeling that creativity is a special talent that only a few can reach. When in fact, it’s a muscle, and we all have it inside. It’s just a matter of opening up and training it.

That’s why I created a free doodling course – to help you do just that and start your doodling journey, even if you’ve never drawn anything before.

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

What is something you like to doodle? Let us know in the comments.

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

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