Succulent Doodles You Can Draw

How to Draw Cute Succulent Doodles for your Bullet Journal or Planner

Are you looking for some cute and easy to draw doodles for your bullet journal? Try drawing succulents and cacti!

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They may just be my favorite plant doodles to draw because they are so forgiving. An extra leaf or a wonky cactus is often the way they appear in nature, so just have fun with these doodles and know it’s okay if you make a mistake.

Here’s what I used to draw my succulent page:

You could also use Micron pens, brush pens, colored pencils, watercolor paints, and plain paper. Just grab your favorite supplies and start doodling.

In addition to my succulent doodle page, I’ve rounded up lots of other succulent and cacti doodle ideas for inspiration.

Be sure to read all the way to the end so you don’t miss anything!

If you want even more doodle ideas, check the other doodle posts on my blog:

I created an entire page of succulent and cacti drawings. I like to create pages like this in my bujo so that I have them for reference. I now have an entire reference library of favorite doodles.

For example, let’s say I want to make a new monthly page spread with a succulent theme. I don’t have to sit there thinking of ideas (which is what I used to do). Now I just flip to my succulents page, pick out my favorite doodles and add them to the monthly spread.

As you can see I really like simple line drawings with just a few colors. These neon colors are my go-to at the moment. I like that there are only eight colors in the pack. It adds consistency and cohesiveness to my pages.

How to Draw Succulents - Tons of Cute and Easy to Doodle Ideas!

More Succulent Drawing Ideas

Raelynns.bujo created a beautiful page called “how I draw succulents.” The page is in categories including cacti, succulents, and hanging plants. It is then decorated using Tombow Brush Pens and Crayola Supertips.

Art_love98 made a watercolor succulents page. It looks like she started by using watercolor first and then went over each plant with a Micron pen to add outlines.

If you like Kawaii doodles, check out giulynotes succulent drawings. Using Micron pens, she created black and white line succulent doodles and then added a happy face to each one.

Zainabullet shows you how to draw cacti with five step-by-step tutorials.

Din_notes also created a step by step tutorial. This page has six different doodles and each plant is in a unique vessel. There’s a pot, a jar, geometric, terrariums, and a bag. All are fun to draw succulents and containers.

Bujomitch brings us beautiful and easy-to-draw black and white succulent line drawings. There are 13 plants you can try on your own.

Bloomylines created such a bright and cheerful succulents page! Created with shades of green markers and a black Micron pen, this page is filled with 25 unique succulents and cacti that you can replicate.

Bonjour_bujo shows you step by step how to draw a succulent from an overhead view. Starting with a few circles, you’ll be able to make this lovely plant and add it to your bujo pages.

Don’t forget to add words to your succulent and cactus doodles! Sunshineandseasons shows us adding a few cheeky phrases to our drawings really brings them to life.