Want to create a Halloween Bullet Journal theme? The best way is to decorate your journal with a bunch of spooky doodles, and I’m here today to share with you lots of tutorials and ideas!
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Halloween doodles are something I had on my Fall Bucket List (just go and check it out here), so I’m happy that I can now officially mark it as completed.
In the post below I’ll share with you 7 simple tutorials, as well as a Doodle With Me video with 21+ more Halloween doodles. There is a little worksheet to practice these in our Facebook group, so be sure to drop by and check it out.
Moreover, there is a sheet of printable Halloween themed stickers in the Resources Vault! Head straight there or join Planning Mashers to get your access. The subscription form will be at the end of the post.
This time I went pretty simple with my doodles and just used my black pen. Let me know if you’d like me to color those, I’d be happy to post a colored version as well.
Let’s start from those 7 doodle tutorials, and then go straight to the Doodle With Me video.
Scull (With Horns!)
For some reason, this really reminded me of Maleficent, but it’s definitely a much easier doodle to draw.
Another Disney inspiration – a poisoned apple. Of course, this time I was thinking of Snow White.
This is probably my favorite doodle for the holiday!
A great thing about this is that you can play around with the shape and the expressions of the pumpkin, so you can create something very creepy or super friendly. Here are some ideas I came up with last year.
Literally the easiest doodle for Halloween, and also super cute, I think!
In my country we think that spiders are actually messengers, so they aren’t exactly very connected to evils of Halloween. But hey, every time I see one crawling on my clothes I’m completely terrified. Anyone else is with me on this?
Of course, no Halloween happens without some witchery, so a little bottle of poison is a must-have doodle.
If you want to see how this doodle looks in a Bullet Journal, just check out my doodling page in October.
Or a vampire? You decide!
Doodle With Me Video
Want some more? Check out my Halloween themed Doodle With Me video. I made sure to break each doodle into simple shapes first, so you’ll be able to draw them disregarding your level.
Remember, that there is a practice worksheet in our Facebook group. You can print it out and trace over the doodles before you’re ready to draw it on your own.
Free Printable Halloween Stickers
Of course, I couldn’t leave you without a little something. I combined some of my favorite doodles into a printable sheet of stickers.
You can find the stickers in the Resources Vault already, and if you’re not a part of Planning Mashers – just sign up in the form at the end of the post and the secret passwords will be on the way to your inbox.
You can download the stickers as a PDF file, which you can open with Adobe Acrobat (completely free and safe download). The file is US Letter size.
Next step – use some sticker paper and print it out! Just make sure you choose “fit” in “Size Options”. and TA DAAAA! You got your sheet of stickers!
If you’re using just a normal paper to print them out, a great option would be to use a special adhesive tape to stick them to the pages.
Sign up in the form below and get access to this spooky sticker sheet, all the goodies I’ve already created and all the ones to come!
Speaking of, be sure to let me know if you want any special printables in our Resources Vault, I’ll be happy to create something just for you.
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