Check out these step-by-step stationery doodles for your bullet journal, planner, or sketchbook.
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I feel like it’s been an eternity since I’ve put up a new post on here. And because I’ve been a “blogger” for quite a while now, it really throws me off.
Like, what are you doing slacker? Your job IS writing. So, WRITE!
But, I haven’t been slacking at all. 85% of my work time has been spent on something very exciting and also quite time consuming.
I’ve been asked about 100 times, and I finally decided it was time to make it a reality. So, enough with the suspense, right?
I am launching a brand new Doodling E-Course called Delighted in Doodling.
I say it every single time I create a new course, but this is my pride and joy. My baby, per se.
More so than lettering or planning, doodling is my where my heart finds peace and I can unleash my creativity.
So, this e-course has been a long time coming. It’s just taken a ton of brainstorming and also some self-encouragement to do it.
Delighted in Doodling will be one of four courses currently. This course will include:
- The fundamentals of drawing doodles (drawing and seeing shapes, breaking down more complex objects into simple shapes, and then creating doodles from simple shapes and patterns)
- A lot of style challenges and lessons to help you find your style and unleash your creative potential
- A Lightroom Mobile preset for photographing your doodles for Instagram, a blog, etc.
- 4+ hours of pre-recorded video lessons
- Additional worksheets to help you put what you learn into practice as well as practice on your own
- Lifetime access to all content and future updates
If this sounds right up your alley, you can Pre-Enroll now for 50% off the launch price. The course launches on August 1st and will roll out at $39.
But, if you Pre-Enroll now, you will get the entire course PLUS all future updates and bonus lessons for only $20.
Stationery Doodles for Your Bullet Journal
Now that I’ve done some self-promotion, let’s get into why you are REALLY here. You came for the stationery doodles and the tutorial.
I created all of these doodles on the iPad Pro with Procreate and turned them into mini animations. You will see each step in a 5-second window before it moves to the following step.
This is just a trial run to see if this format is better than the strip style step-by-step doodles. Depending on how the general audience responds will depend on if I move back to the old format or not in future doodle tutorials.
If you prefer the horizontal strip-style format, you can scroll to the bottom and snag the printable guide for these doodles as well.
Doodling on Paper? Here Are My Favorite Supplies
Doodling is wonderful because it doesn’t require much to get started. All you need is a pencil and paper. But if you want to give your doodles more contrast or add color, you will need to start accumulating more art supplies.
I’m not complaining…
Here are some of my favorite doodling supplies, all of which I get from Amazon.
Stationery Doodles Tutorial for Bullet Journaling
Each of these stationery doodles is broken down into simple steps for you to follow along with.
If you doodle any of these and want to show me, I would love to see what you are doing. Head to Instagram and either post a picture and tag me or send it to me in a DM at @the.petite.planner.
No. 2 Pencil
Washi Tape Stack
Grab the Printable Guide
If you prefer to see these doodles in a horizontal strip-style step-by-step format, grab the printable guide below by filling out the form. You will receive the download instantly as well as gain access to the VIP Resource Library where I house all of my free printables.
Also, be sure to let me know if you liked this animated style of tutorial or if you would prefer to see the more standard tutorials in the future by leaving a comment below.
I have a new Doodle Course Opening up on August 1st! But you can Pre-Enroll right now and save 50% off the launch price.