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Bullet Journal Doodles: Let's Eat!

Posted on November 20 2019

Thanksgiving Doodle: Let's Eat!

 

It's almost time to... EAT! What better way to prepare for the feasts ahead than with these 7 fun doodle tutorials? They can be simplified or detailed, whichever works for your personal style!

Each doodle takes only 4 steps to complete - easy as pie! (Get it?...sorry, I had to!)

Lets Eat Bullet Journal food doodle steps

I wanted to use my favorite Brush Pitt Artist Pens® to show how much depth can be created with these magical tools. They give off the effect of a colored pencil, with the vibrancy of a marker. I always love using them, and bonus - they don't bleed through standard paper!

Food doodles and a Pitt Artist Pen

I also wanted to share a fun DIY tip with you! When you're setting your table this holiday, give Faber-Castell's new Metallic Marker set a try! These 6 beautiful metallic colors pop off of any page and are especially fun to use on dark paper. They can also be used on other surfaces, like glass!

Metallic Markers on black surface

As shown here, give your wine glasses a special personal touch by writing your guest's names on the base - and maybe even a doodle or two. They dry quickly, and then can be washed off with water when your meal is finished!

Metallic marker with wine glass

Today's free printable is a special one! Not only are there many doodles to print, but there are also 4 place setting card options for you to use during your holiday. You can find the printable HERE!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Keep creating!

Artist Biography - Nicole Barelttano - @plansthatblossom

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