Get your Summer mood on your Bullet Journal pages with these easy and fun doodle tutorials, plus a “How To Doodle” video and a doodling worksheet.
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You know I love doodling, I usually just need a theme and I can keep doodling all day long. As a matter of fact, the weekend came and that’s exactly what I did!
After a crazy two months of end of school year preparations, it finally happened and Thursday was the last day of school. I’m telling you guys, I don’t think I EVER had to work so intensely and under so much pressure!
Therefore I thought I could reward myself with a Friday off. The day came, I armed myself with a notebook, some pens and the first two seasons of “We Bare Bears” (which I’m totally addicted to now!) and spent the day doodling.
All this fun turned into my new “How To Doodle: Summer Doodles” video, which you can check out at the end of the post.
I had a few more ideas and different doodle variations for you, so I made 15 tutorials of other Summer themed doodles. I’m sure with all these step by step instructions you’ll be able to create cute little doodles in no time!
To practice, I also made a worksheet, which is already in the Resources Vault. If you’re not a part of Planning Mashers yet, sign up in a form at the end of the post and get access to the worksheet and loads of other free goodies for your Bullet Journal!
As I mentioned before, the secret to doodling lies in dividing any doodle into basic shapes, so in all my tutorial below, I’ll be starting from some basic shapes.
Start from an oval. Then correct the shape into the way you want to. You can make it more squared as I did, or maybe just widen the lower end of the oval.
Add a net on your pineapple and draw a dot in each section. Finally, add the green leaves on the top.
Start from two rectangles, the large one on the top and a smaller one at the bottom. Round the corners on each rectangle.
Add some melted chocolate dripping from the top and finally add little ovals on the ice-cream itself. You can skip any one of these steps and play around to get the ice cream you like.
Our basic shapes are two rectangles, I chose to make them cross here, but you can draw them next to each other.
Next step – shape your rectangles into flip flops: round the corners and narrow a bit the bottom side of the rectangles.
Final step – little curves lines coming from the middle to the edges of each flip flop.
With flip flops of course comes the swimming suit or bikini. Start from a large triangle on the bottom and two smaller ovals at the top.
The ovals are the top of the swimming suit, so add whatever decorations you want to see on it and connect the ovals.
The bottom is the lower part of the swimming suit, so curve the sides on the triangle to look more like that.
Glass of Lemonade
Or water, the beverage type really depends on the color you use in the end.
Start from a rectangle – this is your glass. Then curve the edges and add an oval on the top of your rectangle. Just like that your glass is done!
Inside add another little rectangle with curved edges and draw little circles inside – this is your drink. Leave it as it is, or add some little details, like a straw and a lemon wedge.
Draw a half circle at a bit of an angle – you don’t want your umbrella to stand straight. Divide your half circle into several parts and connect them at the bottom with curved lines.
Now that you have your umbrella drawn, just add a curves line coming out of it’s center and a little black dot on the top and you’re done.
Start with a square or maybe a rectangle – depending on the shape you want your bag to have. Then soften the edges and narrow a bit the bottom part of the square.
Add a curved line as the handle and two little circles inside your square at the place where the handle meets the bag body.
Finally, add some summery colors and your beach bag doodles is ready!
The freshness of lemon 100% associated with summer for me, and they are so easy to doodle!
Start with two circles, one inside the other. Try to put them pretty close to each other. This will be the zest of your lemon.
Inside, add triangles with curved edges, all facing the center of the circles. Finally, add little lines to each triangle as a symbol of a lemon texture.
As an extra, you can also add two (or however many you want) little drops on the side.
What summer beach vacations can go without a lifebuoy ring?
Start with two circles one inside the other and leave quite a lot of space between those. Add lines inside the circles as a decoration.
In this doodle, I also had a curved line all around the swim ring to make it look more like the one from yachts. I doodle a unicorn shaped one in my “How To Doodle” video so feel free to check it out below.
This one is pretty simple. Start from drawing a star, then round up the corners. Finally, add a big dot in the center of the star and draw hidden lines to each star point.
Draw a triangle and a rectangle on the bottom pointy end of the triangle. Soften the triangle edges and draw a wavy line on the top. Then connect the top waves with the bottom rectangle.
Finally, curve the lines of the rectangle and narrow down a bit the upper part. Your seashell is ready!
I love those, they are very easy to doodle and they’re so summery!
Start with a circle and from the center draw 5 little lines. Then add curved lines coming out of the center and going all the way to the circle.
Add more curved lines to connect the existing ones with the next one, Finally, add some curves lines inside of each petal, just to add an extra little dimension.
I don’t know about you, but summer is the time when I take pictures the most. With the sun and good weather you just feel like doing more and filming more, don’t you?
To start, draw a rectangle. On the right side add a big circle and a smaller one inside. Finally details – add a button on the top left of the doodle, a little rectangle under it and lines all the way between the circles.
Start with two ovals – one will be for a body and another one is for the beak, so connect them accordingly.
Shape the bigger oval a bit like a peanut – the bottom part wider than the top one with a little narrower part in the middle. Then you just need to sharpen the beak part on the left side.
Time for details. First, add the legs – three straight lines for each leg. Then color the tip of the beak black. Finally, add a wing and a tail – a triangle with a wavy end.
This little guy will brighten any page in your Bullet Journal.
Basic shapes are – big oval, two little ovals on the sides and two smaller ones on the top. Then connect all the ovals to the bigger one and sharpen the side ones.
Turn the top ovals into eyes with a dot in the middle and add some eyelashes (Scientific disclaimer: Real crabs don’t actually have eyelashes. The more you know!). Add two curved lines next to each claw as a symbol of them moving and clicking.
As for the feet, draw straight lines and add sharply curved lines on the side. When coloring you can also add white dots on the top of the body.
Finally, you can find more doodles in my how to doodle video below!
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