Snag this adorable free Halloween Coloring Page or learn to doodle these little monsters on your own.
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We are approaching our third Halloween here on The Petite Planner. It sometimes still baffles me that my little blog is surpassing toddlerhood and entering childhood.
Could possibly explain the temper-tantrums I’ve encountered with this site in the past year.
Anyways, aside from my growing slice of the internet, I want to share some Halloween doodle art this year. It may be the month of spooky, scary screams. But around here, it’s always the time for giving and sharing.
So, today I’m sharing a cute monster doodle video that you can follow along with or just watch for fun. I can’t speak for you, but I feel like I melt into a puddle of relaxation when I watch videos of other people draw or letter.
AND, I’m also sharing a FREE Halloween Coloring Page Printable with all the little monsters from the video. This is perfect for both adults and kids.
If you missed it, be sure to check out my Halloween Bullet Journal: Ultimate Inspo & Doodle Guide post.
Cute Monster Doodles
First of all, I want to say a major THANK YOU to everyone who has subscribed to my channel and stayed with me over the past two years. I just hit 20k Subscribers! Through bad lighting, poor audio, too-loud music, and everything else. I am beyond appreciative and grateful for you.
Second, if you have any suggestions or requests for videos, please do not hesitate to leave me a comment either here or on one of my videos. I take suggestions very seriously and if it’s something I feel confident doing, I love making videos by request.
I hope you enjoy this doodle video. If you do and you decide to recreate these little monsters in your bullet journal for Halloween, please tag me on Instagram @the.petite.planner.
Free Halloween Coloring Page Printable
This printable is US Letter Size. You are free to download and print this as many times as you like as long as it is for personal use and you aren’t selling them or using them to make a profit. Teachers, please feel free to use this coloring page in your classroom.
Again, I would love to see how you or your children color this sheet in. Feel free to share with me on Facebook or Instagram.
They would also make great trick-or-treat handouts. Wrap them up with a piece of twine and a small pack of crayons inside.
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