Easy Spring Doodle Tutorials

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One of the best ways to learn how to doodle is by following tutorials, and in this post, this is exactly what you’ll find – step-by-step doodling tutorials.

Doodling doesn’t have to be difficult, and these easy spring doodle ideas will get you doodling even if you’ve never done it before.

Doodling is not some magical power just a few have – doodling is a muscle, and you just need to keep practicing to get better.

That’s why in this post, I gathered 15 simple step-by-step tutorials for you to follow and start doodling right away.

These will prove to you that you can doodle, and soon you’ll be a doodling master yourself! There is a wonderful freebie for you at the end of the post to help you do just that.

Before we get into the tutorials, though, let’s talk about stationery.

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Best Doodling Supplies

You can start doodling on any surface with any pen you have available. However, there are always questions about stationery, so here are a few supplies that I love using for doodling:

  • A notepad or a journal. If you are coloring your doodles, you’d want something with smooth paper, so your pens don’t get damaged. I like having a notepad like this one, or maybe even a journal, so you can easily flip through your doodles and see the progress.
  • Fineliners. The best pens for doodling, in my opinion. They are usually smooth and come in different nib sizes. These are my current favorites.
  • Markers. If you want to get colorful, you’ll need some markers. For a high-quality budget version, I definitely recommend these Crayola ones since they come in a wide color range and are pretty affordable. But my favorite ones are these.

Ok, all supplies are ready; let’s doodle!

Easy Spring Doodle Tutorials

It was not easy to find the definition of Spring doodles, it’s such a wide topic, and it can mean so many things.

So I created several separate categories for these doodles, and if you have some more ideas, just leave them in the comments.

I hope you like these, and they definitely will be perfect for any Spring Bullet Journal theme.

Easy Gardening Doodles

We’re starting with these gardening doodles.

Since Spring is the time to start looking after your garden ad reviving it after the cold winter months, I think these doodles will be perfect for this season.

I think this is also a great theme idea!

Flower Doodle Ideas

Flowers are probably some of the most popular doodles for spring.

Flowers are wonderful doodles to add to all Bullet Journal pages at any season. These three are some easy tutorials for you to get started.

But if you’re looking for more ideas, check out these posts:

Easy Spring Doodles

I don’t have a category name for these, so let’s just call them general Spring doodles.

This is what I usually think about when I think of Spring, be sure to let me know in the comments what you usually associate with Spring.

These are also great if you’re doing a Rain And Umbrellas Bullet Journal Theme.

How To Doodle Vegetables

I don’t know why, but spring always makes me think of fresh produce and farmer’s markets.

I love doodling vegetables, it’s pretty easy, and you can use all the beautiful bright colors.

These would go very well with a gardening theme we doodled above, wouldn’t you agree?

Animal Doodles

Animals might seem very difficult to doodle, but it can actually be pretty simple as long as you look at them as basic shapes.

These are some of the animals, birds, and bugs that I associate the most with spring for me, and I love how in butterflies, for example, you can play around so much with the patterns and colors.

And that’s it for our tutorials this time!

More Resources

If you want to learn to doodle, I definitely recommend you to check my post, Bullet Journal Doodles For Beginners.

If you’re looking for more tutorials, you can check these posts:

In case you want to put these doodles to use right away, I’ve got some Spring theme inspirations for you:

Free Doodling Course

Remember, at the beginning of the post, I mentioned a freebie? Well, it’s time to talk about that.

I’ve created a free course on doodling for beginners, where you can learn tricks, tips, and everything else you need to master doodling.

Get started on your creative journey with this course; simply sign up in the form below.

Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get all the information you need to get started.

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