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Doodling has exploded in recent years, thanks to Bullet Journaling, Zentangle, and a renewed interest in sketchbooks and drawing.

It’s become absolutely cool to doodle all over everything, and doodling has been proven to help you retain information.

I have been an obsessive doodler since childhood, using it to while away boring hours in school or church, and decorating hundreds of pages of notes I’ve taken in meetings or classes over the years.

While it’s fun to see all the cute step-by-step drawing instructions, I like to take a more organic approach to doodling, and fill my pages with whatever comes to mind. It’s so much more relaxing and therapeutic for me that way.

If you balk at this approach or are simply looking for doodle ideas to add to your collection, take a scroll through this bottomless pit of doodle inspiration.

Simple Graphics and Logos

Start with clean graphics and line drawings you find- if you practice your favorites a few times, you’ll commit them to memory and have them in your doodling arsenal for whenever you want them.

I love these super-simple line logos.

vector line logos by Maggie Molloy

This font of pre-Hispanic petroglyphs can get you started with, and maybe you can even make up your own little doodle language.

font of pre-Hispanic petroglyphs

This fun little font by PintassilgoPrints includes an actual font, but also all these totally cool graphic elements. (It’s probably worth it just for that monster image. I would use that in everything I typed.)

font by PintassilgoPrints

Bullet Journal Doodles

Have you pondered starting a bullet journal? Or maybe you’re way deep into it, but even if you keep the most basic of bullet journals, I’m sure you’ve tried the errant banner or flourish here or there.

This Instagram account has lots of drawing inspo, and I’m sorry I just wrote inspo.

hand drawn banners and borders

Borders can be used all over your bullet journals and notebooks, and these images are perfect to draw inspiration from.

text dividers

Paisley is a fantastic doodle motif. You can get lost in designing all your own little cute paisley shapes and putting them together in various ways.

paisley doodles

Oh, if you don’t yet know Dawn Nicole, you’ll love her site for lots of hand lettering and doodle resources, like these simple frames.

doodle frames

Abstract Doodling

Abstract doodling is my favorite- all the shapes, lines, whatever’s, you can put together in so many ways. Here are just a few I found that would be fun to experiment with in your bullet journals or cars, jeans, arms, walls, children, receipts, bar napkins, you name it.

asebalko is one of my favorite Instagram accounts to follow for her massive drawing inspiration.

abstract drawing

If you follow this blog, you know I’m into the golden ratio, labyrinths, and the like, so when I saw this Sacred Geometry graphics pack, I got pretty excited. So much inspiration to draw from here.

Sacred Geometry graphics

It doesn’t get easier than drawing these lines inside a hand shape. Full instructions and 2 more hand doodle ideas over here.

hand drawing with lines

Zentangle and Mandalas

Mandalas (or parts of mandalas) are a great way to start doodling if you want some structure. You basically just start at the center and doodle out in concentric circles.

You can wing it or follow my bullseye Zentangle technique here, but you basically can’t go wrong with this method.

Want some major mandala inspiration? Chanellelily_drawings serves up heaps of it.

Similar to, and overlapping mandalas, is Zentangle, which will send you off in a whole new stratosphere of doodling.

You’ll find lots of easy Zentangle patterns over here, and you can download them to use whenever you want.

zentangle patterns

Doodle Art Ideas

Art is the perfect place to look for inspiration. If you keep a Pinterest board of your favorite art, scroll through and look for shapes, patterns, or even color schemes you love, to reproduce in your doodles.

How about these totally cool street doodles by Ben Lim? What a fun style and great inspiration to get you accessing your inner skater.

doodles

Alphabet Doodle Ideas

My favorite (and most simple) way to doodle with the alphabet is to fill in every little closed area in each letter.

filled-in letters

But of course, you can do all sorts of fun things with alphabet doodles. And you don’t have to treat it like fancy hand-lettering if that’s not your thing.

I just doodle in and around my writing, and sometimes decorate or augment certain letters.

augment letters
alphabet doodle

Cool Foliage Doodles

Foliage is one of those subjects to turn to when you can’t think of anything else to draw. It’s easy to draw a little stem and then riff on different leaf or petal ideas.

Floral drawing ideas, and what I like about this image is seeing what they look like in white and black. Try doodling the same images on black and white paper right next to each other. Oooooooh.

floral line art
foliage doodles

This image that I found links to Kawaii Pen Shop, new to me, but now my mind is blown.

flower doodles in sketchbook

This totally great idea from Ankepanke on Instagram was a challenge she set for herself to draw 40 different flower styles starting with the same initial middle shape.

flower doodle drawings

These flower doodles have an abstract/zentangle feel to them and are super fun jumping-off points for so many drawings.

abstract flower doodles

Leaf doodles give you some ideas for drawing different leaf styles- nice and simple and doodly. Grab your favorite white gel pen for some of these, too.

doodled leaves

Simple Doodles of People/Animals/Creatures

Doodle time is the perfect time to practice drawing living (or semi-living) things. People, animals, monsters, zombies, etc.

people and animal doodle

Paper Source has the best wrapping paper EVER, and you can get plenty of design ideas like these natural history insects.

insect wrapping paper

And maybe you wouldn’t think of doodling cuts of meat, but um, I would.

cuts of meat wrapping paper

Eek! These are stamps you can buy on Etsy from Woodland Tale.

Animal stamps

I. Must. Go. Draw. These. Immediately. (They’re clipart on Etsy. And they’re currently in my cart.)

bone fish clipart

Theme Doodling

Brainstorm some themes and then brainstorm all the objects you can think of within those themes and fill a sketchbook spread with your themed doodles.

Here are a few ideas to get you started: Under the ocean, science, transportation, love, tableware, round objects.

Let’s just take a moment to enjoy this farm images font for how the images all look together, shapes, colors, composition, and of course subject matter.

Take a cue from their examples and make some doodle pages that overlap and interact with each other.

farm animal doodle font

Woah! This whole graphics pack is pretty amazing. You get all these line drawings, watercolor images, alphabet letters. So much here to fawn over and be inspired by.

You could use black paper and draw some of the letters in white, or start with your own watercolor moons and then draw some of the floral images.

occult graphics pack

Your Favorite Hobbies or Foods

What do you love to do or eat? Put it all down in your sketchbook and celebrate your favorite hobbies or snacks. I might have to draw a page full of beer. 🙂

Illustrator Jake McDonald makes super fun drawings, including this food doodle pattern. Why not doodle all the foods you can think up or even groupings of different sorts of foods?

food doodles

Gardening dingbats! The colors are fantastic, and sometimes it’s fun to practice drawing with no outlines- or at least where the finished doodle looks un-outlined.

Gardening dingbats font

I know some of you are fiber artists of one sort or another, so no doubt you’ll get some doodle inspiration from this sewing and knitting doodle font by Rae Kaiser.

knit sewing doodle font

Embroidery patterns are brimming with ideas for your drawings.

Embroidery patterns
embroidery patterns

More Cool Doodles Inspiration

This book looks like it’s crazy-full of doodle ideas, and while it’s probably geared to kids, it looks really fun for adults, too.

doodle ideas book - tree doodles

I use this book for leafy plant inspiration when I need references for drawing.

botanicum

Mini Sketchbookooly mixed paper sketchbookPaper Mate InkJoy Gel Pens (My faves)Tombow Dual Brush Pen Art MarkersFaber Castell Pitt PensSakura White Gelly Roll Pens

I hope you found some good doodle ideas, and I also hope you’re furiously scribbling in your sketchbook and not reading this right now.

Try some new styles! Draw something you wouldn’t ordinarily draw! Rah! Rah! Rah! (I need a t-shirt that says Art Cheerleader).

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45 doodle ideas
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30 Cute Bullet Journal Doodles that are Super Easy to Draw!

30 Super Cute and Fun Bullet Journal Doodles! You are going to love learning how to draw simple doodles!

Bullet Journal Flower Doodles

Did you know that anyone can learn how to draw? This might sound really random, but stay with me for a second. In order to draw, you need to turn off the left side of your brain and turn on the right side instead. If you excel at math and communication, then drawing has probably always been something you struggle with. The left side of the brain wants to draw the object whereas the right side wants to draw the shapes around the object. The right side doesn’t need to fixate on whether it looks “right”. That’s why I love these how to doodles. It will teach you to draw one shape at a time, rather than drawing the object itself.

I promise with some practice, anyone can become an artist.

Tips For Learning To Draw:

  • Before you sit down to draw, turn the inner critic off.
  • Focus on the shapes of the object and not the object itself
  • Do not talk while drawing. When you talk, you flip to the left side of the brain. As you start drawing, try to find some time where you won’t be interrupted so you can get into a state of flow.
  • Commit to practicing and continuing even when it feels like it is taking forever to get better. Drawing is a real skill and takes practice.
  • Give yourself some grace when a photo doesn’t look right. Decide it was a fun picture to work on and then start something new. No judgement.
  • Make a goal to draw every picture on this list. Once you finish, start at the beginning again to see how you have improved!

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  4. These Markers for decorating and color coding your journal
  5. These stencils for making layouts quicker

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Obviously the only things that you need to get started is a notebook and pen and you will use them the most. However, the markers are useful for color coding your journal and the stencils will save you time in creating beautiful layouts.

Easy Bullet Journal Doodles:

Flower doodle bullet journal

@thebujophase

Every season except for winter has me trying to draw all the flowers that I see in the fields and forest! These are easy bullet journal flowers!

how to draw kawaii doodles cute baby animals

@ginger.bullet.journal

These are easy doodle bullet journal ideas for anyone to pick up on! Draw these into your Journal or for your kids lunch boxes each morning before they head to school!

Easy Cactus Doodles

@clematc

I have tried growing cacti in my house so many times.. Each of them dies and it is a tragic thing! With these easy doodles I can add cacti into my collection of bullet journal cactus doodle!

how to draw a way in your bullet journal drawing page

@notebook_therapy

This would be a really cool wave to add into a monthly collection! Come fall when it is hurricane season and we see these huge waves coming in! What a cool doodle that you can add to your bullet journal drawings page in your bujo!

step by step how to draw bears bullet journal doodles

@shibadoodle

These bears are super cute! What a cute bullet journal doodles idea that you could include on honestly any page!

How I draw flowers bullet journal doodles

@thebujophase

Another wonderful way to fit in some flowers into your journal! These step by step guides are a fantastic way to add some bullet journal flower doodles!

How to draw dragon doodles

@notebook_profile

Dragon doodles are some of my favorite. For a creature that is made up we sure love these guys! Going to be adding this into my cute drawings for bullet journal!

cute food doodles step by step

@casslydoodles

Grapefruit, lemon, orange, whatever you want it to be! This will help with the lemonade craze that hits in the summer time! Add this into your bullet journal food doodles page!

Pineapple bullet journal doodle tutorial

@rttdraw

My Bullet Journal doodle collection grew when I saw this step by step tutorial on how to draw awesome pineapples! Seriously! Pineapple doodles make my journal happier! LOL

How to draw basic tree branches in your bullet journal

@simplelifeofalady

Fun and simple bullet journal doodles of simple branches. Easy journal doodles that anyone can do!

3 step easy doodle of bears

@kawaiipenshop

These bears are CUTE! These are such easy doodles to copy into your own notebook! These are awesome doodle ideas for beginners!

how to draw leaves bullet journal doodles

@littleolivebujo

There are a million things that you could practice drawing! Leaf doodles are fun because every leaf should be a little different no matter what! Leaves will give you a chance to practice drawing doodles step by step!

how to doodle plants in bullet journal

@loveiscomingdown

I am a plant lady. I have a mug and everything to prove it! Seriously though, I love plants and have 20+ in my small home. They bring happiness to my life. Being able to copy easy doodles of plants into my journal makes me a happier person! Thank you for these great step by step doodle patterns!

how to doodle fireworks in bullet journal

@dreamynfearless

Get these fireworks into your bullet journal doodle pages for New Years and Independence Day! They look better than random scribbles on a page! Amazing small doodles to draw into your new journal!

doodle a cacti in your bullet journal

@thedoodleguide

I wonder if I could keep this cactus alive… Maybe I just need to do the outline and not color him in! That must be the trick! More great cactus ideas to doodle!

Bullet Journal doodles of different foods

@splendidscribbles

Seriously bookmark these cute fruit doodles! They are easy to draw and add a big splash of color into your Bullet Journal!

Polaroid bullet journal doodle

@rttdraw

Polaroids have recently come back into style and I am all for it! In fact, I wouldn’t have very many photos of important events if it weren’t for a polaroid camera! Love these step by step doodle tutorials!

How to draw a hedgehog bullet journal doodle

@seed_successful_you

This Instagram account has some AMAZING animal doodles on her feed! How to doodle hedgehog. Add this to your cute easy to draw doodles. 

How to draw lavender in bullet journal doodles

@theillustrai

Lavender was a part of my wedding flower bouquet.. I love when they bloom in the spring. Which is the perfect time to use this step by step guide for cute easy doodles to draw!

Step by step how to doodle an alarm clock

@showmeyourplanner

My husband recently went on leave so that he could help when our second baby comes. His alarm clock is now permanently off! Our daughter is our new alarm clock haha!

Step by step how to doodle hot beverages in your bullet journal

@bujocollector

Mmm.. a warm tea in the crisp fall evenings is very heartwarming, Try adding these easy dot doodles to your bullet journal!

How to doodle a cactus

@_doodle_me_this_

Check out this Instagram account for more great plant doodle tutorials!

Easy Animal face doodles for your bullet journal doodle page

@boredart

I have never related to these animal doodles so much in my life. I practice these doodles everyday with my daughter, it makes great practice. Boredart made animal doodle art easy!

How to draw warm winter drinks in your bullet journal doodle page

@shibadoodle

Did I mention how much I love tea earlier? So much that I gave you ANOTHER warm drink doodle page! Seriously, these are awesome beginner doodles with these easy doodle drawings!

how to draw books in your bullet journal

@diaryofajournalplanner

Add these to reading list page or a daily that involves reading ALL day long! Learn to doodle through practice and checking out all of the different bullet journal instructions!

Let’s Talk About How To Bullet Journal Doodles!

Do you find that these guides help you to draw better? Will you take the challenge to draw every single on of this list?

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Cute Doodles Anyone Can Draw

Do you love to doodle, but don't think you have the skills to make anything cute? Surprise! You do.

Just a little practice is all it takes to make some really cute doodles. 

In this blog post, you’ll learn how to doodle with these step-by-step tutorials.

All of the cute doodles below are simple and easy to make so that you have drawing success.

Bookmark or pin this page when you don’t know what to doodle.

All of these things to doodle are perfect for adding to bullet journal or planner pages, too.

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How to practice making doodles

  1. Keep a doodle journal

  2. Make a page in your bullet journal to practice your favorite doodle ideas

  3. Doodle on a piece of scrap paper

  4. Forget practicing and just GO FOR IT in your favorite planner, bujo, or notebook

  5. Develop your own style. Your doodles might look different than what you see below, that’s cool! After a while, you’ll start having a doodling look that’s all your own.

  6. Most of all, remember, you aren't being tested on this...doodling is for fun!

Be sure to read all the way to the end for all the doodle inspiration!

Cute Doodles To Draw

Cute Doodles anyone can draw! Perfect Pineapple is an easy To Make Doodle

Draw a pineapple with this step-by-step tutorial from therevisionguide.

It's a kawaii cute pineapple complete with a bow, blushing cheeks, and a sweet smile. Draw the pineapple with a black marker then color it in with Koi Brush Pens.

Create a pretty Rose in your bullet journal or planner using this step by step Technique

My.life.in.a.bullet uses her bullet journal and Tombow Brush Pens to show you how to draw a rose. 

This rose drawing is made up of very simple lines and shapes. You've got this!

Cute Doodles you Can Make Like this Pusheen Cat. It's a Fun and Easy Drawing for your BuJo.

Pusheen is the cutest cat in the world and a doodle you have to add to your bullet journal. Happyliee made a How to Draw Pusheen page and colored it in with Brush Pens.

Lots of Cute Doodles anyone can Make Like this Bujo Spread Including Cactus, Cats, and Baby Groot.

Bellah.bujo shows you how to make a bunch of really cute doodles.

In this bullet journal page spread, you'll learn how to draw a coffee cup, cat, cactus, dandelion, paper airplanes, galaxy, light bulb, binder clip, and Baby Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy. 

Which doodle is you favorite?

Think you can't Draw? You Can! Make lots of cute Doodles for your PLanner or Bullet Journal

Hummingbirds are perfect for drawing to give a garden or nature feel to your page.

This hummingbird doodle from Planwithady shows you how to draw one in just seven steps. Draw one in your dot journal or planner.

Learn How to Draw Cute Doodles like These Spring Icons. Lots of Step-By-Step Drawings for you to practice and Add to your Bujo

Couleursduvent adds a fresh take on spring with a few nature inspired doodles.

They include a potted plant and watering can, a tote filled with farmer's market popular items, and a bouquet of pretty spring flowers. 

Doodles are so fun to make and easy Too! This Cute Milk Carton and Lots more Ideas! Add Them To your bullet journal, Notebook, or Planner!

Simple, happy, and must-doodle. Medzcreative gives us the cutest carton of milk to draw in four easy steps. 

Adorable elephant doodle and lots more inspiring drawings that anyone can make! Cute doodles for your Bujo planner.

I have confidence in your doodling skills. You can do this! Draw a cute elephant with Barbsstudy in six easy steps. 

Made using Artline Stix, these brush markers are also fun to use. You can draw then build with them!

You can draw! Start with this super simple flower then check out lots of other easy drawing tutorials on Sweetplanit.com

Everyone can draw a flower and that includes you! In just 6 steps, camillaloschobrandt shows you how to make a super easy flower.

Cute penguin Doodle you can make. Check out more cute doodles anyone can draw on Sweetplanit.com

How do you doodle a penguin? Look no further! This friendly penguin from Sheboeye can be drawn in six simple steps. 

Cute doodles anyone can draw in their bullet journal or notebook

Do you have a bright idea? Feel like you deserve an award? Need to put a pin in it? Or take note of a particular date?

You can do all of these things with fun doodles from planinitasarla.

You'll learn how to make all of these class notes and bullet journal accents in this how-to-draw tutorial.

Easy to draw doodles anyone can make

Drawwithnat shows you how to make a fun fish doodle in just for easy steps! 

Cute Drawings and doodles for your bullet journal that anyone can make

Lemonade complete with lemon slice and straw is just what your bujo needs. You can draw it in six steps thanks to rttdraw.

Add borders and frames to your bullet journal with this 4 step tutorial. lots more ideas on sweetplanit.com

Do you use a dot journal for you bujo? Take advantage of the dots to make a border or frame!

This four-dot border brought to you by therevisionguide is made in easy steps. Use it to draw attention to important information.

Yes! You can draw. Add cute plants and other doodles to you notebook or planner with these fun tutorials at Sweetplanit.com

Thanks to visissbujo, flower have never been easier to draw. In just six steps, you'll be able to make point flowers...all you have to decide is what colors will your flowers be!

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