Have you started a bullet journal and thought, ” I really want to learn to doodle?” Now is your chance. Join me in March for 30 Days of Bullet Journal Doodles with daily video instruction and free workbook.
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Doodling may not be for everyone. But for me, it’s practically everything. I doodle on all the things.
While I haven’t always felt super confident in my doodling, over time I have found techniques that work for me and have made doodling feel like second nature.
Granted it’s taken a lot of practice and failures.
If you have been reading my blog for a while now, you know that I love sharing doodle tutorials. I have floral doodle tutorials, bullet journal icon tutorials, summer doodle tutorials, and tons of other written instruction doodle tutorials.
I may be late to the video scene, but that doesn’t mean I’m not going to give it my all. I hope by now if you’ve been reading my blog for a while that you have subscribed to my YouTube channel.
If you haven’t, now is the time. Because, as of March 1st, I will be uploading a new how-to bullet journal doodle video every single day. And every single day, we will be learning 3 new doodles!
If you’re doing the math, that’s 90 new bullet journal doodles you will know how to draw by the end of the month.
Do you think I’m a little crazy for entering into this commitment? Me too. But, I love to doodle, I love teaching, and I love a good challenge.
You will find the list of every single doodle we will be doing in March as well as a free printable “homework book” below.
Learn to How to Draw Bullet Journal Doodles in 30 Days
Let’s chit-chat about how I intend for this to work, first.
You don’t need to be on my mailing list to join this challenge. You don’t need to buy anything special to join this challenge. All I want you to do is show up.
Show up every day for a month and give it your best effort. In return, I will give you my best quality work and be mindful of your time. My plan is to keep each video under 10-minutes long.
So, the first thing I want you to do is to subscribe to my YouTube channel and be sure to hit the notification bell. All of the videos will be on YouTube, so I don’t want you to miss any of them. I will upload these videos at the same time each day, between 8-9AM MST.
The next thing I want you to do is to download and print the workbook. The link to
Look through it and a few days before the challenge starts, start doing the pre-challenge drills. These are easy warm-up exercises to get you started and in the right mindset.
I’ll do most of the work after this point. But here are some things to keep in mind and prepare before the challenge starts.
Get in the Right Mindset
These doodles will be beginner friendly. I want you to come into this an open and positive mindset. Even if you have never been able to draw or doodle, find that spark of belief and hold onto it for dear life.
One of the biggest parts of success is believing you can.
Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.Henry Ford
Get Your Supplies Together
As I mentioned, this challenge is intended for those just beginning their doodle adventures. So, you don’t need anything fancy.
Here are the basics:
- A pencil
- An eraser
- A black pen
- The workbook (free download)
- Sketchbook/notebook (optional)
If you are interested, here are the supplies I love to doodle with and will be using throughout the challenge.
The Doodle Prompt List
You will find this same calendar list in the workbook, so don’t worry too much about writing these down.
We are going to work through 90 doodles, so there’s something for everyone. Each day has a theme and are meant to be able to be placed together to create a bullet journal spread, list, or drawing.
All of these daily doodle tutorials will be listed on my YouTube Channel under the Playlist 30 Days of Bullet Journal Doodles. So, don’t worry if you miss a day or two. You can always come back to them when you have time.
30 Days of Bullet Journal Doodles Workbook
You can download and print or use this workbook on your iPad Pro. There are a total of 16 pages.
- Cover Page
- Getting Started
- Pre-Challenge Drill: Drawing Shapes
- Pre-Challenge Drill: Seeing Shapes
- Pre-Challenge Drill: Fill the Box
- Calendar Prompt List
- Daily Practice Boxes for days 1-30.
Grab your copy below and get excited for our challenge.
Are you going to join in on this fun challenge? Let me know how excited you are in the comments below.
And please, share this with your friends on social media so we can have more people join in. Want to share your doodles on Instagram? Use the hashtag #30daysofdoodleswithtpp.
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