Fuzzy sweaters, hot drinks, lighting the fireplace, and glitter falling from the sky. These are the things that I absolutely love about winter. So in anticipation for this season I am sharing some bullet journal winter doodles.
When doodling you can do one of two things. Either practice all your doodles on one page in your journal or practice in a separate notebook. No matter what practice in pencil and fill out in your marker or colored pencils later.
Popular colors for winter doodles are blues, purples, and of course green and red. This of course doesn’t mean you need to stick to these only. Try out other colors with your doodles.
Most importantly when it comes to art and doodles and something I used to say to people I taught to paint. Every piece of art is unique, every style is different, so own your style. If by chance someone other than you sees it and questions it, simply say “It’s meant to look that way.” No one will ever question your artistic style again.
Have fun with winter in your bullet journal. Get creative and don’t be afraid to play. It’s your journal, your doodles, so have some fun with it, and please just relax. Chances are high you are the only one who will ever need to see these doodles. Even if you aren’t let your style shine.
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Bullet Journal Winter Doodle Ideas
Below is a list of winter doodle ideas that you can try in your bullet journal. You can use them in your planning spreads or in your winter collections. Anywhere you feel needs a little bit of something add a doodle.
- Evergreen Trees
- Snowy Mountains
- Christmas Lights
- Hot Chocolate
- Bare Trees
- Frosty Windows
- Polar Bears
- Gingerbread Man
- Gingerbread House
- Candy Cane
- Ear Muffs
- Paper Crowns
Bullet Journal Winter Inspiration
Below is my winter bullet journal idea and 4 examples of winter doodles from other bullet journalers. These examples are meant for inspiration as you create your own winter doodles for your bullet journal.
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Catching up after three crazy days! First page finished for #winterdoodlechallenge2017 hosted by @jekka__vandeveer and @martinamarion. Swipe for a close up of days 14/cone 15/elf and 16/ornament. Finally got to draw this little „Rise of the Guardians“ elf, had a great time with him! . . . #bulletjournal #bulletjournaling #bulletjournalcommunity #bujo #bujojunkies #bujolove #stationaryaddict #bujoinspire #planneraddict #doodle #doodlelove #bulletjournalchallenge #doodlechallenge #christmas #bulletjournal_de #winterdoodle #holidayseason #winter #elf #riseoftheguardians #christmasornaments #pinecone
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Some wonderful winter doodle ideas from the wonderful @mimitsudoodles . . #Repost @mimitsudoodles with @repostapp ・・・ Some winterdoodles 💙💙💙😊 . . .#bulletjournal #bulletjournalcommunity #bujo #bujoy #doodles #bulletjournallove #planner #plannernerd #december #stationery #monthly #doodle #plannergirl #christmas #winterfun #wintertime #christmasdoodle #studyblr #christmasspirit #decemberdoodles #plannercommunity #notebook #illustration #christmasillustration #bulletjournalcollection #bjcmisc .
Remember, draw them out in pencil first and fill them in. It’s always smart to have a collection of doodles in your bullet journal so you can refer back to it as you fill in your planners, trackers, and spreads throughout the winter.Recommended Products
What doodles are you most excited about trying out for yourself? Let me know in the comments below. Do you have bullet journal spreads you would like shared? Email them to [email protected] and they may be featured on an Instagram post and/or to the blog. Please leave your IG Username so I can tag you in the posts. Follow me on Pinterest for more like this and pin this to your Bullet Journal boards.