Before you start drawing, you will need to gather your supplies.
You will need:
- a bullet journal or sketchbook
- a pencil
- an eraser
- coloured markers or pencils to add colour to your drawing
Spring is the season of blooming flowers, making them the perfect subject for your spring doodles. Draw simple flowers such as daisies or sunflowers, or challenge yourself to more intricate blooms like tulips or roses. You can add colour to your flowers using markers or coloured pencils for an extra pop of springtime colour.
Butterflies are a symbol of transformation and renewal, making them a great addition to your spring doodles. Draw a variety of butterfly species in different shapes and sizes, or create a butterfly garden scene with a mix of flowers and butterflies.
3. Garden Tools
If you're a fan of gardening, incorporating garden tools into your spring doodles can be a great way to celebrate the season. Draw garden tools such as shovels, watering cans, and gloves to create a whimsical garden scene.
4. Raindrops and Rainbows
Spring is also known for its rain showers, making raindrops a fun and easy spring doodle idea. Rainbows are also a classic symbol of springtime and renewal. Draw a rainbow with clouds or raindrops, or create a rainbow-coloured heart. You can also use a rainbow as a colourful background for your other doodles.
5. Easter and Springtime Symbols
Easter and springtime symbols can be a fun way to add some seasonal flair to your bullet journal or sketchbook. Draw Easter eggs, bunnies, or chicks for a festive touch, or incorporate springtime symbols like bees or umbrellas.
So what are you waiting for? Grab your pens, pencils, and markers and get ready to welcome the season with some fun and creative spring doodles! 🌷🌈
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