Today we are learning how to doodle again, and I’ll be giving you some step-by-step tutorials.
The doodles in this post are very simple and beginner-friendly, plus they can be great at decorating your Bullet Journal.
Seeing all those pretty journal pages can be very intimidating, especially if you have never done anything creative like this before.
But trust me when I say – you absolutely can do it.
How do I know? When I started my first Bullet Journal in 2018, I couldn’t even draw a smiley face. And now I’m actually teaching others to discover their creativity within
It’s all about practice, so don’t be discouraged and start small.
These tutorials are a perfect first step to doodling.
Before we dive into that, though, Be sure to scroll until the end to get some more tutorials and resources, as well as sign up for a free doodling course.
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Easy And Cute Bullet Journal Doodles
Ok, time to get to doodling.
Here are 19 step-by-step doodling tutorials.
And if you want to go deeper into the art and tips on doodling be sure to check the resources section at the end of the post.
Easy Donut Drawing
We’re starting with a donut – a super easy doodle you can create with a few curved lines and ovals.
Plus, donuts would be a great Bullet Journal theme; just by playing with toppings you can make them all look so different.
Easy Cheese Drawing
I love cheese so much; it’s delicious and comes in so many colors and flavors.
My puppy is a huge fan as well when he manages to steal some.
And you can doodle it in a few very simple steps with a few lines, triangles, and ovals.
Easy Coffee Doodle
I don’t know about you, but I run on coffee, so, of course, this set of tutorials wouldn’t be complete without a coffee doodle.
It’s simple to draw, and it will be a lovely addition to any Bullet Journal page.
How To Draw A Paintbrush
I don’t really use these much, but aren’t they a fun one to doodle.
And these would fit so well to a Stationery Bullet Journal Theme.
Be sure to check my post with Stationery Bullet Journal Doodles for some more tutorials.
How To Draw A Birthday Cake
Super simple and such a festive doodle.
It can be a great theme for your birthday month or maybe just for one celebratory page.
Cute Umbrella Drawing
Umbrellas don’t sound that cute, but they definitely can be!
You can choose some fun colors, or maybe animate them and turn them into a frog-like in this tutorial.
This is a great doodle for an April Showers Bullet Journal Theme.
How To Doodle A Pencil
Of course, stationery is my favorite thing to doodle, so I had to include a few tutorials here.
Or at least one of how to doodle a pencil, which is probably the easiest stationery supply to doodle.
Easy Travel Drawings
How fun is it to create a travel theme in your journal, or maybe just use travel doodles to decorate your planning pages for the next adventure?
These are some very easy ideas, it takes just 3 steps to get a full-on doodle.
And yes I’m aware that the passport drawing somehow has a basketball on it. I really didn’t think about it when I was coloring them.
How To Draw A Candle
Candles are an amazing way to decorate your apartment and create a cozy atmosphere.
Like most girls, I’m super obsessed with candles and have several for different moods and different seasons.
So of course there had to be a candle drawing in this lineup, especially since they really are super easy to doodle.
Easy Snail Drawing
Since I’m writing this post in April my mind is all about Spring.
So apart from an umbrella, I thought I can add a cute snail doodle as well.
How To Draw Sushi
I love sushi, it’s probably my favorite food in the whole world.
Sushi can also be super cute and look great in your journal, just check my post with Cute Sushi Bullet Journal Inspirations.
So here is a little doodle to convince you how cute this delicious food can be.
How To Draw A Paper Airplane
This doodle is super simple and can be used in so many ways.
You can do a travel theme with it, or maybe the letter theme
I love how paper airplanes are so playful and kind of dreamy, making you think of an adventure.
Easy Lamp Drawing
Ok, this is a pretty random doodle to include, but I find that it’s fun to start by doodling easy things you have around the house.
Plus, this definitely works as a part of a stationery theme, or maybe if you create the aesthetic workplace theme, those are very popular these days.
How To Draw A Book
There are many different ways to draw a book, but here we’ll do the easiest one. It’s also the one I use the most, especially for pages like book trackers.
I also really like how you get a lot of space to decorate book spines, you can play with colors and patterns so much.
I miss pretzels so much, they don’t have them anywhere I live right now, so the best I can do is to doodle them.
Do you like pretzels? Or what’s your favorite pastry (can you actually call a pretzel a pastry?)?
Let me know in the comments, and I’ll include a tutorial for the next doodling post.
How To Draw A Microphone
Mics are a great doodle for a topical theme, like music, or maybe back in the 90s.
I feel like it really depends on the color and the shape of the microphone, you can make it fit almost any theme possible.
How To Doodle A Rose
Flowers might seem like very difficult things to doodle, but actually, it can be really easy.
Just follow this tutorial, and you’ll have three roses on your pages immediately.
And there you go; here are the 19 tutorials I promised you.
Best Doodling Supplies
Now that you’ve seen the tutorials and are ready to jump into doodling let’s talk about stationery.
You can doodle on any surface with any pens you have. But if you’re looking for my recommendations, I’d say you need this:
- A journal or a notepad. Be sure you use something with smooth paper like this notepad so it doesn’t fray your markers.
- Fineliners. These are the best pens for doodling since they have super smooth ink and come with different nib sizes. These are my favorites.
- Markers. In case you want to add color to your doodles, these are my favorites.
For some more ideas, I recommend you to check my post The Best Pens For Doodling.
More Doodling Tutorials
First, let’s talk about doodling generally. A lot of people struggle with that, so check below some posts that will help you to get started:
- Beginner’s Guide To Bullet Journal Doodles
- How To Start Doodling And 13 Easy Doodles To Try
- 7 Free Resources To Learn How To Doodle
The best way to get better at doodling is, of course, to keep on practicing, and there is no better way to practice than following a tutorial.
I create a lot of tutorials on Masha Plans, so here are a few more links to the posts with some more step-by-step doodles:
- Easy Spring Doodle Tutorials
- Valentine’s Day Doodles
- 25+ Fall Doodles
- Succulent And Houseplant Doodle Tutorials
- 17 Easy Doodle Tutorials
- Cute And Easy Stationery Doodles
- Easy Doodling Ideas For Beginners
Free Doodling Course
There are so many benefits of doodling; it’s more than just creating pretty Bullet Journal pages.
And it’s a very easy and available art form to learn, so I wanted to create something that would help you to master doodling.
That’s why I created a free doodling course for beginners; all you need is to sign up in the form below.
Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get all the details.
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