9 Easy Doodles For Your Bullet Journal

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Ever wondered how to doodle, but felt intimidated by the process? Trust me, I’ve been there. But fear not, my fellow Bullet Journal enthusiasts! You’ve stumbled upon the right spot.

Today, we’re diving into the fun and whimsical world of easy doodles for your Bullet Journal, transforming those intimidating blank pages into a work of art.

Now, you might be thinking, “But I can’t even draw a stick figure right!” No worries. I’m going to guide you through nine simple, step-by-step tutorials.

These easy doodles for Bullet Journal are perfect for beginners and seasoned artists alike. They’ll not only add a personal touch to your Bullet Journal but also make your journaling experience more enjoyable and therapeutic.

So, grab your favorite pen, find a comfortable spot, and let’s embark on this doodling journey together. By the end of this post, you’ll be ready to fill your Bullet Journal pages with delightful doodles that reflect your style and creativity.

Doodling in your Bullet Journal offers a multitude of benefits, both aesthetic and cognitive.

Doodling is an excellent way to personalize your Bullet Journal. Your doodles can reflect your mood, interests, or even the theme of your journal. They add visual interest to your pages and make your Bullet Journal truly unique to you.

And if you don’t feel creative enough, doodling can actually significantly enhance your creativity. When you doodle, you’re engaging your brain in a different way, encouraging it to think outside the box. This creative exercise can lead to better problem-solving skills, improved focus, and increased innovation in other areas of your life as well.

Perhaps most importantly, doodling in your Bullet Journal can be fun! It’s a low-pressure activity that you can do at your own pace, without any expectations of perfection. This makes it a great stress reliever, providing a calming effect similar to mindfulness or meditation.

I hope you’re extra excited to get doodling now, so let’s dive right into it. And be sure to scroll until the end and get a FREE doodling course for beginners that will give you all the techniques and tips to become a doodling master!

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Stationery Recommendations

One more thing, before we dive into the cooling tutorials, let’s talk supplies. Obviously, you can easily doodle with whatever stationery you already have, but we all know that having better tools can help you do better and motivate you to keep on practicing your skills.

So, if you want to get some extra supplies to enhance your doodling, here are some of my recommendations:

  • Notepad. You’ll need some paper to doodle, and I prefer a dot grid since it helps keep the doodles straight. Plus, especially if you want to add color to your doodles, you’ll want something with smooth paper; otherwise, your ma§rkers can be damaged. I recommend Rhodia Notepad.
  • Pencil & eraser. For the pencil, I really recommend getting the one with a comfortable grip since you’ll probably spend a lot of time using it. My top choice is the Pilot Dr. Grip pencil. And for an eraser, get something that won’t leave any traces behind, like this Sakura Foam Eraser.
  • Fineliners. These are the blood of your Bullet Journal. But also are wonderful for doodling. The black lines are perfect to outline your doodles, and the pen thickness variety will definitely allow you to make your doodles stand out even more. My choice for these are Sakura Pigma Micron.
  • Markers. If color is your thing, you’ll want some markers, and I recommend Crayola Super Tips, since they come in so many colors and are pretty affordable. But I also really love Tombow Twin Tone and Zebra Mildliners for the special colors they offer.
  • Colorful Pens. Another option if you want your doodles to be colorful. Tons of different pens you can use, but I would recommend Staedtler Triplus Fineliners or Sakura Gelly Roll, the latter being also amazing for working on black paper.

Now that you have all your supplies ready, it’s time for you to cozy up on the couch or in your home office and get doodling.

Easy Doodles For Your Bullet Journal

Mastering the art of doodling is all about practice and one of the best ways to do this is by following a tutorial.

Simple step-by-step doodles provide a clear, structured way to practice. They break down seemingly complex images into manageable parts, allowing you to focus on one element at a time. This makes the process less overwhelming and more approachable, particularly if you’re a complete beginner.

The beauty of these tutorials is their versatility. They cater to all skill levels, from those who can barely draw a stick figure to more seasoned artists looking to expand their repertoire. So, regardless of where you are in your doodling journey, there’s a tutorial out there for you.

By following these easy-to-digest guides, you’ll gradually build your confidence and proficiency. Before you know it, you’ll be able to create your own unique doodles, adding a personal touch to your Bullet Journal.

So grab your pens, and let’s get doodling!

How To Doodle A Pencil

Starting with an easy pencil doodle, since its a pretty sipleo ne to draw and a great start t o give you mor4 confidence.

I also really like doing stationery doodles since there are so many different pages in your BUllet Journal where you can use them.

How To Doodle A Rose

Flowers are perfect doodles for your Bullet Journal. You can use them to decorate any pags and it’s probably the most popular theme to do.

The best part is that flower doodles don’t have to be complicated, and this one is a good example of an easy rose doodle that still looks stunning!

How To Doodle A Lipstick

Makeup doodles are super fun, and I really love how you can play around a lot with different colors and patterns.

There are many different makeup items that are a bit more elaborate to draw, but lipstick is probably a simple one and perfect to get started.

How To Doodle Carrots

Carrot is an easy doodle, but let’s make it a little bit more elaborate and make it more of a gardening doodle.

I think these would be perfect for any spring-themed page.

How To Doodle A Cup Of Hot Chocolate

Who can say no to a good cup of hot chocolate? And wouldn’t you want to doodle that coziness in your Bullet Journal pages?

Now that you see the basics, you can customize this doodle a lot by using different patterns on your cup or changing the drink to coffee or tea.

How To Doodle A Slice Of Pie

I’m absolutely obsessed with pies; I actually prefer to have a birthday pie than a cake. Of course, I had to create a little tutorial on how to doodle pie.

Plus, you can also customize it a lot by using different colors as different flavors.

How To Doodle A Bullet Journal

Of course, since this is a Bullet Journal blog, I couldn’t have a doodle blog post without a tutorial on how to Doodle a planner.

If you take a closer look, you’ll see that you can quickly transform this doodle into a drawing of a book for your reading Bullet Journal pages.

Step-by-step tutorials on how to doodle a planner

How To Doodle A Camera

A camera doodles is probably the best exa ple of a combination of basic shapes -a table a circle sd a few lines, and you get yourself a pretty camera!

This is a perfect doodle for your summer or travel-themed pages.

How To Doodle A Pretzel

Last but not least is this little pretzel doodle. Pretzel might seem like a more elaborate type of doodle, but as you can see from these tutorials, it’s pretty easy.

Free Course On How To Doodle

Before you leave the post, I wanted to share with you a special freebie I’m sure you’ll love.

I was never a creatively talented person, and I had to teach myself how to doodle when I got started. That[‘s why I know anyone can become good at doodling, no matter your previous experience.

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