Ready to add some festive flair to your December spread? Try your hand at these step-by-step Christmas doodles for your bullet journal with this free printable guide.
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This year, I took a more “minimal” approach to my December spread. And, mind you– the word minimal is perceived differently by everyone. For me, it means fewer doodles, less time, but still somewhat artsy.
But, shortly after completing my December spread, I had a bit of regret. You know, minimalist remorse? I just made that up. But the lack of doodles in my journal left my right hand a little sad that I hadn’t yet drawn any Christmas doodles.
I still love the soft, dreamy winter wonderland vibe of my December spread. Want your own winter wonderland theme for December or January? Check out winter wonderland printable sticker pack that’s in my shop.
But, alas, I was itching to do some Christmas doodles. And honestly, I’ve been like a hermit, glued to my iPad Pro and Procreate for the past couple weeks.
So, it seemed like the perfect time to create this Christmas Doodle Guide for you guys.
Some of my Favorite Doodling Supplies
Sakura Pigma 30062 Micron Blister Card Ink Pen Set, Black, Ass’t Point Sizes 6CT SetBIC Xtra-Precision Mechanical Pencil, Metallic Barrel, Fine Point (0.5mm), 24-CountHi-Polymer Jumbo Plastic Rubbers Erasers – White – Pack of 2Pentel Color Pen, Set of 36, Assorted (S360-36)AmazonBasics Classic Blank Notebook – Plain
Books to Help You Learn to Doodle
How to Draw Almost Every Day: An Illustrated Sourcebook (Almost Everything)How to Draw Cute Stuff: Draw Anything and Everything in the Cutest Style Ever! (Volume 1)How to Draw Almost Everything for Kids
Christmas Doodles Plus Free Printable Guide
All of the doodles in the guide are simple, 4-step doodles. And all you will need is a pencil, eraser, and your favorite black drawing pen.
The printable guide includes all 15 doodles in step-by-step format, exactly as seen in the images below. Every doodle starts with pencil and I will show you when you can switch over to a pen. But, feel free to continue to use pencil until the end and then retrace in pen.
You can add these cute Christmas doodles to your monthly spreads, weekly spreads, collections, etc. You could also get really ambitious and design your own wrapping paper on large sheets of kraft paper or make you own Christmas cards.
Related: 15 Christmas Bullet Journal Layout Ideas + Free Printable Christmas Headers
Free Printable Christmas Doodle Guide
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I hope you enjoy drawing these as much as I did. And most of all, I hope you have a wonderful Christmas with lots of love, laughter, and good food.
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Thanks for making these available. I’m trying to improve my doodling. 🙂
So glad you like them! Thank you for the kind comment!