Fall has started to arrive where I live, so I last weekend I grabbed a sweater and curled up on the couch to celebrate the change in seasons with a new doodle page in my bullet journal.
IT'S FINALLY SUMMER!! I'm back from a quick week-long blogging break in which I studied for and took exams, and in honor of the new season, I'm sharing a spread I made with a bunch of summer-themed doodles!
Happy almost spring! There's snow on the ground outside my house, so I decided to create a spring doodles page to get hyped for spring, which is (hopefully) just around the corner.
Where I live, winter has most certainly arrived. It's already snowed a few times, and I've started wearing my heavy coat to school each day. To be clear, I am not a huge fan of cold weather, but I do enjoy a lot of wintry things, like sitting around a warm fire, and drinking hot chocolate. And what better way to celebrate those things than with some doodles?
This post is gonna be pretty picture-heavy and less wordy, so sit back, relax, and scroll through the winter doodles I've come up with. And don't forget to keep going all the way to the bottom for a bonus wintry bujo spread!
Aka how to not get bored when you have endless free time (which you have in the summer if you're a student like me.)
Hey friends! In this little tutorial, I'll be showing you how to use Tombow Dual Brush pens to create a gorgeous, watercolor-style splash that you can use to decorate almost anything.