15 Simple Fall Doodles For Your Bullet Journal

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Learning how to doodle is in big part about practice, and there is no better way to practice than following a tutorial. And this post is all about Fall doodles.

I’ve got the perfect tutorial for adding simple doodles to your fall Bullet Journal pages in only a few easy steps. Get inspired by this beautiful selection of seasonal doodle designs that will bring some sparkly cheer to all your Fall-themed projects.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced artist, these tutorials guarantee creative exploration and fun with drawing intricate patterns and shapes.

Doodling may seem like a simple pastime, but its benefits go beyond that.

It can be therapeutic, stress-relieving, and even a way to improve cognitive function.

Despite its many uses, some might feel intimidated by the idea of doodling. However, these Fall doodle tutorials make the process so easy that anyone can do it.

With step-by-step instructions and creative designs, even beginners can create beautiful and impressive fall-themed Bullet Journal pages or any other projects.

And if you’re still unsure where to start, don’t worry! Check out the free doodling course at the end of this post, and let your creativity soar.

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Best Doodling Supplies

Before we sit down to actually doodle, let’s talk about some supplies that you’ll enjoy using.

Here are some of my favorite stationery for doodling, especially if it’s Fall doodles:

  • Pilot Dr. Grip – a wonderful mechanical pencil with a comfortable grip. Since you’ll probably use pencil a lot when you doodle, you’ll definitely be thankful to have a comfortable pencil.
  • Sakura Foam Eraser – you’ll want to have an eraser that works well and doesn’t leave any trails. This eraser is exactly that!
  • Rhodia Notepad – you’ll need smooth paper for doodling, especially if you plan to use markers; otherwise, they might get damaged. Also, having all your doodles in one notepad will allow you to see better your progress.
  • Sakura Pigma Micron – a good fineliner is the blood of your doodle, and these are some of the best. They also come with different nib sizes so you can add variety to your doodles.
  • Tombow Dual Brush Pens – these brush pens are amazing to add color and to do beautiful brush lettering. They also come in many beautiful colors, some of which are perfect for Fall.

Step-by-step Fall Doodles

You don’t need much to start doodling; a pen and paper are enough.

And if you follow these simple steps you’ll be able to start doodling right away.

How To Doodle Fall Leaves

Of course, we’re starting our tutorials with some beautiful Fall leaves.

I love that you can play around so much with the colors in Fall; leaves can have any combination of colors on them.

Step By Step Tutorial – Apples

Fall is a season of harvesting, so a bucket of apples seems like a perfect doodle.

These apples also make me think of hot apple pies. And speaking of …

How To Doodle Pie

Pies are the most Fall thing in the world to me. And boy, do I love pies!

So, of course, I had to include this tutorial on the list. I added the pink color to make it look like a cherry pie, my favorite.

What’s your favorite pie? Let me know in the comments.

Step By Step Tutorial – Cozy Hat

I love Fall because it gets cold enough to bring your cute cozy sweaters and hats but not so cold that you have to dress in layers like a cabbage.

I even used the Fall colors to make it look more fitting to the season.

How To Doodle Tea Bag

I think having a cozy cup of tea is a wonderful way to spend a Fall evening.

A tea bag is an easy doodle, and you can see more of them in my Tea Bullet Journal Setup.

How To Doodle Caramel Apples

Fall is a perfect time to go to fairs and enjoy some delicious snacks, like a caramel apple.

What’s your favorite snack to have during Fall events?

How To Doodle Socks

Warm, lovely socks are a perfect Fall accessory.

It makes me think of those thick woolen socks that my grandma used to make me when I was a kid. They were always so warm and cozy.

More Fall Leaves

I feel like there are not enough tutorials for Fall leaves.

There are so many leaf shapes and colors out there.

More Colorful Leaves

Speaking of leaves, here is one more tutorial.

Leaves are very easy to draw, and yet you can play around so much with their shapes and colors.

How To Doodle Coffee

Hot drinks are perfect for any season, but pumpkin latter is definitely a special drink just for Fall.

As a variation, you can actually add a little pumpkin instead of a coffee bean to decorate the cup.

How To Doodle A Pumpkin

Pumpkin is the most Fall fruit (I’d say vegetable, but Google told me it’s a fruit).

I love that you can also play around with the colors of pumpkins – they don’t have to be traditional orange; play around and use any colors you want!

This is also a perfect doodle for October.

Fall Doodles – Fox

I don’t know why, but somehow, woodling creatures are very strongly associated with Fall for me.

Especially foxes, which are also a perfect color for Fall. And they are pretty easy to doodle as well.

How To Doodle Acorns

Acorns are seen everywhere during Fall.

Thankfully they are also very easy to draw, just follow these few simple steps.

How To Draw Mushrooms

These are not just delicious treats you get to gather and eat during the season.

Mushrooms are also full of beautiful colors and patterns, perfect to represent Fall.

This reminds me of a sir Terry Pratchett quote: “All Fungi are edible. Some fungi are only edible once.”

Free Doodling Course

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More Resources

Looking for more on Fall, on doodling, and on how to create beautiful Fall Bullet Journal pages?

I’ve got you covered! There are so many more blog posts on this blog to help you create a journal you can’t wait to use every day.

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