Drawing

Let’s draw Plants for your Bullet Journal

Do you enjoy looking at your house plants? Now, you can also have them on your creative projects with these easy-to-draw plants. These different types of cacti and other potted plants are not just perfect for your home but also for your scraps.

Material

Here is what you need for this tutorial.

How to Draw Plants for your Bullet Journal

It's so easy to draw a cactus! Just follow the steps on how to draw lovely plants for your bullet journal. You can always click on the links and you automatically go to that minute in the video. 

  • 00:59 Let's Start Writing the Heading
  • 01:40 Adding Shadows to the Heading 
  • 03:24 Drawing the Plants
  • 04:50 Colouring the Plants
  • 09:43 The Reference Sheet is Ready! 

Let's Start Writing the Heading

First, use your dual brush pen to write the heading. You can use two different shades of green. Write a cursive "plants" on the top of your spread.

Adding Shadows to the Heading

After writing the heading with your dual brush pens, add some shadows using your fineliner. In this step, you can decide where you want to add your shadows

Adding Highlights over the Title

Let your heading dry a little bit, then use your white sharpie to add some highlights over it.

Drawing the Plants

Now, draw different types of pots and plants. 

Colouring the Plants

Basically, you can colour your plants with just greens, and you can always add more colours when you pick them for your spread.

You can search online for different cacti and plants for your reference. Also, you don't have to draw and colour them perfectly. 

The Reference Sheet is Ready!

Now, all you need to do is pick some cute cacti or any plant from your reference sheet and use them anytime to decorate your other creative projects

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Doodle Sheet: How to draw a Feather

Feathers are the one thing you can learn to draw really easily. We have created a step by step guide for you which you can print out or just add to your Digital Journal. Just go to the store, grab your free Workshop, print it out and start drawing.

I know it might look simple but we take one step at a time - one piece to draw at a time. Because once your hands get more trained you can easily draw more complex things, just like our Flamingo.

Here is how it looks in your Bullet Journal:

I've also added sheets for your digital planner. 

Here is how it can look in your Digital Bullet Journal:

If you don't know how to get the sheets into your Digital Planner check out the tutorial here.

But hey, this is just one piece of a puzzle! It belongs to the Stress Tracker Cat on a Pillow. 

How to draw the Stress Tracker "Cat on a Pillow"

In the video I show you step by step how to draw the kitty on the pillow. Follow along!

Cat on a Pillow Stress Tracker

If you prefer the "done for you" sheet go over to our store and grab it from there. You do not just get the PNG and JPG file or the PDF but also the PSD file so you can change the colours and much more easily.

If you want to use the graphic and the spread commercially, we also have you covered! There is a commercial use option in our store to choose so you can use the graphics for your own projects and sell them.

In case you want to start digital planning but don't have a Digital Planner yet, check out our undated Digital Planner.

Digital Planner for GoodNotes (undated)

As long as you have an iPad and an Apple Pencil you can easily add any spread you wish in your Digital Planner. The best thing is: Unless a "normal Bullet Journal" you can easily expand your Digital Journal and add as many new pages as you like!

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Doodle Sheet: How to draw a Sloth for your Sleep Tracker

Draw a Sloth in eight easy steps. If you follow our Tutorial step by step it's not hard, I promise! First, go to the store, grab your free Workshop , print it out and start drawing!
Of course you can use it in your Bullet Journal or your Digital Planner. 

Here is how it looks in your Digital Planner:

Once you are done practising you can do it on your own, that's where it says "Your Turn!".

Don't forget to save your Sloth when you have drawn it digitally. You can use it for your Digital Planner or whatever you plan with it (e.g. creating stickers, mugs, pillows, etc.). When you sign up for our newsletter you get a PDF and 2 PNG files so you can print it out (go here) and put it into your Bullet Journal or just draw on a paper. But you can also add the PNG file into your digital journal and draw there - in any case you can easily practice drawing!

A Sleep Tracker for your Bullet Journal

Follow along! In this video I show you step-by-step to draw the sloth. Get your free Doodle Sheet, grab your pencil and join me!

A Sleep Tracker with a Sloth for your Bullet Journal or Digital Journal

We also have the Sleep Tracker "done for you" in our store. You do not just get the Sleep Tracker for your Digital Planner and/or Bullet Journal but also the separate PNG File with "just the sloth" so you can create endless projects from it!

If you want to use the graphic and the spread commercially, we also have you covered! There is a commercial use option in our store to choose so you can use the graphics for your own projects and sell them.

Need a Digital Planner?

Do you enjoy Planning and want to take your Planner with you wherever you go? Then grab a copy of this digital planner! You can easily expand it to your needs and have all files with you at any time!

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Doodle Sheet: How to draw a Flamingo | Bullet Journal

Drawing a Flamingo is easy when you have it layed out in nine steps. Just go to the store, grab your free Workshop, print it out and start drawing.
Of course you can use it in your Bullet Journal or your Digital Planner. The good thing if you put the sheet in your Digital Planner is that it won't cost you any ink for your printer nor paper and it's great for our environment, yes, little things count!

Here is how it looks in your Bullet Journal:

If you don't know how to get the sheets into your Digital Planner check out the tutorial here.

Don't forget to save your Flamingo as a Sticker for your Digital Planner or whatever you plan with it (e.g. creating stickers, mugs, pillows, etc.)

When you sign up for our newsletter you get a PDF and a PNG file so you can print it out and put it into your Bullet Journal or just draw on a paper. But you can also add the PNG file into your digital journal and draw there - in any case you can easily practice drawing!

How to draw a Flamingo

Follow along! In this video I show you step-by-step to draw the Flamingo. Get your free Doodle Sheet, grab your pencil and join me!

Flamingo Cover Page

We also have the Cover Page "done for you" in our store. You do not only get the Cover Page Spread for your Digital Planner and/or Bullet Journal but also the separate PNG File with "just the Flamingo" as well as all months and 2 different versions of "Hello" so you can create Cover Pages and endlos projects from this set!

If you want to use the graphic and the spread commercially, we also have you covered! There is a commercial use option in our store to choose so you can use the graphics for your own projects and sell them.

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