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Halloween Doodles & How To Apply Them To Your Journal!

Hello again! I'm here to bring you some spooktacular doodle tutorials, and show you how you can apply them to your bullet journal!


This time of year is one of my favorites because the holidays provide so many fun theme ideas! What better way to get into any holiday spirit, than to open your bujo!

Here, I am showing you 5 easy Halloween doodle tutorials!


I get a lot of questions about my doodles, and how I create them - but my "not-so-big" secret is that everything I draw is made up of simple shapes put together. If you take it one step at a time, you will be able to create more complex drawings! Once you take that into consideration, it becomes easier to visualize what you want to create, and how you can build onto it!

Once you've mastered these doodles, take them a step further by adding color and shading using my beloved Pitt Artist Pens!

Tip: Layer similar colors together to add depth!

Now, you can move onto my favorite part - Applying these doodles to your journal in a functional way! Use these examples to get in the Halloween spirit, and come up with your own ideas as well. Once you realize how versatile doodling can be, you can master any theme you want! Interested in giving these a try? Tag me at @plansthatblossom and @fabercastellusa so we can see your creepy creations!


Not into drawing your own spooky spread, but still want a little Halloween flare in your journal? Download this free printable!

Happy Halloween! Enjoy!!


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