The Easiest Halloween Doodles and 5 Fun Ways to Use Them

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Y’all know that I just LOVE sharing my drawings and doodles, so when my favorite company Tombow USA reached out and asked me to teach a national online class for Michael’s (yes, THAT Michael’s) I was excited, thrilled, and beyond words! Today I had the opportunity to teach a bunch of folks The Easiest Halloween Doodles and 5 Fun Ways to Use Them! I am sharing the behind the scenes and all the files used in the class right HERE for y’all to enjoy. As soon as the replay video to my Tombow and Michael’s Zoom Class is available, I’ll be sharing the link here!

5 Fun Ways to use the Easiest Halloween Doodles

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Here’s what you need to create Fun Halloween Doodles:

Tombow ABT PRO Alcohol-Based Art Markers

Here’s how to draw the easiest Halloween Doodles:

Gather all of your supplies. Download and print the easiest Halloween Doodles FREE Printable files below Following the step by step images, learn to draw a pumpkin, a candy corn and a witch hat.

PROJECT ONE

Once you are comfortable with drawing the easiest Halloween Doodles, then you can enlarge them to approximately six inches by six inches and create a cute and spooky Trick or Treat Banner. Get creative with the color scheme and then clip them onto a ribbon with mini clothespins.

PROJECT TWO

Enlarge the size of your doodle images to create a fun set of Candy Corn gift tags for a super special Halloween treat! No tricks here! I added a hand lettered message with the Fudenosuke Soft Tip small brush pen. Did you know that Tombow has FREE Hand Lettering practice sheets on their website that are sized to the Fudenosuke?

PROJECT THREE

Measure out a rectangle, add some stars, a border, and some fun lettering to create a one of a kind Halloween Bookmark. These make a great alternative treat instead of (or in addition to) sweet candy treats for the kiddos! Download my Free Printable Halloween Doodle Bookmarks below ⇓

PROJECT FOUR

Now that you have mad Halloween Doodling skills, put everything together with some fun block lettering to create a coloring page to keep the kids (and adults) busy this week of Halloween! I am sharing my Free Halloween Coloring Page below ⇓ for you to download and print for inspiration!

PROJECT FIVE

Journaling is my way to be able to draw and doodle everyday! I always create a calendar spread and then fill in the notable events with themed doodles. A mood tracker has been VERY helpful to me during these tough times. Let’s me not fall into a MEH rut and gives me inspiration to color all of those cute pumpkins PINK!

How to Draw the Easiest Halloween Doodles

I hope you have enjoyed the easiest Halloween doodles today and that you will be inspired to get out your Tombow supplies and draw! My only requirement is that you have FUN! No expectations, just do something out of the box and have a good time! As soon as the replay video to my Tombow and Michael’s Zoom Class is available, I’ll be sharing the link here!

Get the kiddos involved and have a family doodle night. Just be creative and have a good time making family memories and having FUN! Put some last minute BOO’d bags together to surprise the neighbors!

If you enjoyed the easiest Halloween Doodles blog post then check out these other fa-BOO-lous and fun projects! Bugs and Kisses FREE Printable treat topper to download and color OR last minute Monters, Inc. Halloween tee shirt costumes with FREE Printable patterns OR a spooky and cute FREE Printable Halloween Banner to download and color with the kiddos.

Thanks for stopping by!

4 thoughts on “The Easiest Halloween Doodles and 5 Fun Ways to Use Them

  • October 26, 2020 at 1:31 pm
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    Love all of these great ideas! So fun and easy to do!

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    • October 27, 2020 at 9:40 am
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      YAY! Colette, yes doodles are easy once they are broken down into simple shapes! Thank you!

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  • October 26, 2020 at 2:00 pm
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    Loved loved loved the class Beth just held using Tombow dual brush pens and supplies from Michaels. Thank you, Beth for sharing your time, talent and doodles!

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    • October 27, 2020 at 9:39 am
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      Thank you for joining in the FUN, Michele! I will definitely be sharing more doodles here on the blog!

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