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  • Writer's pictureHelen Colebrook

How to Doodle: Autumn/Fall Images

Bullet Journal Autumn Pages
Bullet Journal Autumn Pages

In today's blog post, I am sharing with you a series of doodles to help you create some cosy Autumn/Fall themed pages in your journal.

Picking different themes is one of my favourite ways to get creative, so I really hope you enjoy this tutorial.

How to Doodle Shells
How to Doodle a Mushroom

Mushrooms and toadstools are one of the first things I think of when the weather starts to get cooler and damp. There are so many different patterns and details you can add, to completely make them your own.

How to Doodle Seaweed
How to Doodle a Pumpkin

Pumpkin carving is so much fun and I love adding pumpkins to my journal pages. You could even add some different faces to your doodles.

How to Doodle Fish
How to Doodle a Conker

Conkers bring back such lovely childhood memories of playground games. They're really easy to create and make a lovely Autumn doodle.

How to Doodle a Seahorse
How to Doodle a Candle

There's something so wonderful about lighting candles during the longer dark evenings. Those flickering flames set such a lovely atmosphere, so candle doodles are an obvious addition to any Autumn journal page.

How to Doodle a Whale
How to Doodle a Cosy Coat

The final doodle I'm sharing with you is of this cosy looking coat. I love wrapping up warm and walking through crunchy leaves during the Autumn. Along with coat doodles, I like to add fluffy jumpers, boots and gloves to my journal pages.

I have added a free download of all these doodles, so that you can print it off and have a go. You could even trace them if you prefer. You can find the printable here and you will need the password you received when you subscribed to my blog to access the downloads.

If you are looking for more doodle inspiration, you can check out my book which you can find here.

If you decide to recreate any of these designs, I would love you to share them with me over on Instagram. Just tag me in the photo so that I can see and share your pages.

I really hope you enjoyed this blog post and I will be back with more journaling and doodle ideas very soon.

Let me know if there are any doodle themes in particular you would like me to cover.

In the meantime, I hope you have a lovely weekend.

Helen x

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Sep 11, 2020

I love your doodles, especially the mushrooms. I usually do cartoon characters in my journals, but I started adding a lot of other doodles now too.

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