Easy Fall Bullet Journal Doodles
Welcome Fall with some adorable doodles in your bullet journal or planner.
Doodling is a great way to embellish your bujo and add your own special touch.
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What reminds you of fall?
I love scarecrows, pumpkins, fall clothes, windy days, autumn leaves, apple picking, hay rides, carnivals, Halloween, jack-o-lanterns, trick-or-treating, Thanksgiving, walks in the woods, Pilgrims, Indians, acorns, festivals, football games, high school dances, back to school, and warm apple cider.
Use some of these ideas to create your own bullet journal pages to get ready for the upcoming season.
I created the page below after watching the videos in this article.
Tools Used for my Doodle Page:
Some of doodles are my own ideas while others were inspired from the videos.
Do you create autumn pages in your bullet journal?
My fall doodles include leaves, corn, pumpkin, candle, football, hot chocolate, campfire, marshmallow on a stick, pumpkin pie, black cat, oak leaf, acorns, hat, mittens, and apple. As you can see, they are all simple line drawings that are easy to make, then colored in with colored pencils.
Easy Fall Doodles Videos
These easy fall doodles were created with a Tombow Mono Drawing Pen. It provides clean lines and really enhances the look of your doodles.
Fall doodles don't have to be limited to a bullet journal. You can draw in your planner, too. I love these Autumn doodles from Nicole's Journal on plain Happy Planner pages.
50 fun fall doodles packed in one easy-to-watch video. Mille Exquis shows you her favorite easy to replicate fall and travel inspired drawings.
This video is packed full of Fall doodles! It covers so many cute leaves, plants, weather, and food. Cindy Guentert-Baldo also spends some time at the end with lots of doodle encouragement!
This video, How to Draw Autumn Things is a bit more advanced than the other doodle videos. But hey, time to push yourself! After you watch the video, there's a free printable from the artist to help you recreate these fall favorite drawings.