On a scale of 1-10, my artist skills are about a 2. I can copy simple simple illustrations, icons really, but that is it. I really have no creative artist skills. But, I don’t let that stop me. When I want some inspiration on how to doodle, how to draw a little alarm clock in my bullet journal, or how to draw a banner, I simply head to my favorite How to Doodle accounts on Instagram.
There is so much artistic talent out there in Instagram-land, there’s no need to fret if you aren’t the most talented artist. Find a favorite How to Doodle account and learn!
Absolutely Amazing How to Doodle Accounts
The accounts I feature below are my own personal favorite. If you check out my instagram feed, @showmeyourplanner, you’ll often find lots of posts from each of these accounts. Some are simple and practical while others are intricate and ornate.
If the image strikes your fancy, click on the source link below each image. That will take you to their instagram account. If you decide to become a follower, tell them Zen of Planning sent you.
Be sure to follow the post aaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllllllllllllllll the way to the end. You won’t be disappointed. Enjoy!
How to Doodle Inspiration
The Jar of Salt is using my favorite Sakura Micron pens to create this gorgeous travel spread.
That owl makes me so happy.
The Bullet Journal Addict is also using Sakura Micron pens.
What do you think? Amazing so far, right?
The Revision Guide was one of the first accounts I followed on Instagram when I began my @showmeyourplanner Instagram account. Check out the @showmeyourplanner logo. The incredibly talented Apsi from @therevisionguide designed it for me. She’s also using my all-time favorite colored pens, Staedtler Triplus Fineliners.
See the all the notebooks on this page with the little dots? Most bullet journalers (myself included) use Leuchtturm1917 dotted notebooks. If you’d like to learn more about some of the most popular notebooks for bullet journaling, check out my How to Find the Perfect Bullet Journal Notebook post.
Keep Scrolling. More Amazing Accounts to Come!
Black Berry Jelly (above) is using super vivid Copic Markers.
Keep Browing, the Best is Yet to Come
Mimitsudoodles is one of my all-time favorites!
If Staedtler fineliners aren’t your favorite, many other bullet journalists choose to use Stabilo pens.
Love those sweet kawaii food doodles. By the way, did you know that “kawaii” means cute in Japanese?
Alexandra Plans (above) hosts a doodle with me challenge every month. Definitely check out her account if you’d like some daily practice.
How about some digital doodling? Anna’s Lettering posts on instagram are always exquisite. If you really want to up your doodling game, you can grab Anna’s Lettering tools: an iPad Pro and the iPad Pencil..
Love this scrapbook idea (above) from Onki Art.
Jtraftonart offers the most unique take on a calendar wheel. Me Want Cookie!
Kassy_Ivy offers a few step by step instructions, and I can’t believe I found Kassy_Ivy’s Totoro pencil case!
I just love those yoga ladies.
Some bullet journalists love the flexibility of a discbound planner.
Just a few more…
Those Faber-Castell grip colored pencils look lke so much fun!
And the Sakura Micron Pens again.
Three shades of blue in Staedtler Triplus Fineliner pens.
Well, what do you think? Did you find some How to Doodle accounts to follow? I hope you found some planner peace and inspiration.
Which doodle accounts are your favorite?