What’s more fun than doodling in your bullet journal? If you’re anything like me, you will love this practice sheet and find a good use for the doodles included.
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It may sound a tiny bit conceited, but I’m kind of starting to consider myself ‘The Doodle Queen’. Okay, maybe not THE Doodle Queen. But, I think I pretty much take the throne for time spent doodling. And, I want to share the love and bring you the joy of these bullet journal doodles.
Honestly, I’ve had Photoshop for a long time, and am just now learning how to use it for what I need it for. But, alas, I am learning. Which means, there are lots of bullet journal freebies in your future.
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Free Bullet Journal Doodles Practice Sheet
I created this printable with the beginner doodler in mind. If you doubt your skills, this sheet gives you the opportunity to trace over the doodles first before trying to freehand them. You are also welcome to use a lightbox to trace these doodles if you have one on hand.
This download contains 1 zip file. You will get a PDF and PNG version of this sheet.
There are a variety of bullet journal doodles on here to practice. It includes a couple banners, weather doodles, florals in jars, a laurel, and some stationery doodles.
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Take Your Journal to the Next Level
Want to learn more doodles, doodle techniques, and simple lettering styles to dress up your journal? Be sure to check out my Rock Your Journal E-Course. It has over 3 hours of video, a private Facebook community where I go live each week to teach new skills, and a big workbook to guide you through the lessons.
Check out the sales page, scroll down to the curriculum and preview a couple videos to see if it’s something that might work for you.
This is not a bullet journal course. It does not teach you how to bullet journal. This course will help you add decorative and creative elements to your current journal. If you need further instruction on getting started with bullet journaling, I highly recommend checking out the Bullet Journal Official Website.
Thanks Robert — always loaded! ~Dave Dolbee