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Bullet Journal Doodles: Scary Halloween Extras

Posted on October 22 2019

Bullet Journal Doodles: Halloween Scary Extras

 

There are endless doodle possibilities when it comes to holidays, so we have put together 5 new doodles to try just in time for Halloween! These scary extras make the perfect addition to your planners, journals, sketchbooks, or crafts! Recreate these doodles in just 4 easy steps.

Various Scary Extra Bullet Journal Doodles

I've also shown you how to create a poison bottle using 5 different types of Faber-Castell products! If you want a simple and spooky edge to your doodle, keep it black and white! If you want an antique look, I would suggest layering the brush pens, using the fabulous watercolor markers, or going for a textured effect with Goldfaber colored pencils. Lastly, I decided to try out the new metallic pens, and I really enjoy how interesting the result is! 

Various Scary Bullet Journal Doodles

Once I finished coloring, I traced it with a XS PITT Artist Pen for detail. All in all, you'd be amazed at how different your doodle can look with slight adjustments. Give it a try and share with us!

Scary Potion Doodles with Pitt Artist Pens, an Albrecht Durer Watercolor Marker, and a Goldfaber Pencil

Please enjoy this fun free printable HERE!

Thanks for stopping by! Keep creating!!

 

Artist Biography - Nicole Barlettano - @plansthatblossom

 

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