Easy and Cute Halloween Doodles for the Non-Artist
There are 11 cute Halloween doodles in this post. They are also super simple, and anyone can draw them. After all the doodles there is also some inspiration on how you could use them! At least this is how I chose to use them. So hopefully with our spreads, you get some inspo on your next Halloween spread, or you think of a different way to use them.
Cute Halloween Doodles for Your Bullet Journal
The best part about these doodles is that they are super simple and only have a few steps each. They are not colored in the tutorials but spread as you see later have color. I prefer my bullet journal to have some color to them, but it’s all up to personal preference.
How To Draw A Jack-O-Lantern Doodle
This jack-o-lantern is nice and simple and just takes a few circles to draw. There are so many different faces you could draw on these too. So many options!
Ghost Tutorial Doodle
There are many different ways to draw a ghost, I made two but only one was step-by-step. I just put another one in the corner because it was cute.
Step-by-Step Skull Doodle
A skull is super simple and easy to draw. If you want a whole skeleton that might take a bit more work, which is why only the skull is included.
Different Candy Doodles
Of course, candy corn had to be included for Halloween candy. After drawing that though it seemed like there needed to be a bit more kinds.
How to Draw a Gravestone Doodle
RIP. Maybe this is the grave of the ghost we drew earlier, and maybe this is where the skull came from. Who knows. I do think that this gravestone is quite cool looking. I didn’t do this but it would be cool to have a graveyard design in your bullet journal. Maybe that could be turned into a mood tracker somehow.
Easy Bat Doodle Tutorial
When I first thought of drawing a bat I thought it would be quite difficult, and then figured out this way of doing it. This animal doodle is one of the simplest I’ve drawn.
How to Draw a Spiderweb Doodle
This one is super, super easy, and looks great, especially in the corners of a bullet journal or page. This was is probably one of my favorites.
Step-by-Step Spider Doodle
Here’s a little spider to go with your spiderweb! Filling the spider in is completely optional, you can draw a face instead or just leave it blank. Completely up to you.
This one is another one of my favorites. Probably because I love how it turned out on the cover page for my Halloween spread. I didn’t use it anywhere else in my bullet journal but it could be used just like the other doodles in my spread. In the corners, or for some decoration. Or even in a Harry Potter inspired spread. Check out our Harry Potter inspiration.
Easy Witch’s Broom Doodle
This is another that seemed like it would be hard, but it wasn’t It might take a few long steps, but it is super simple once you try.
How to Draw a Witch’s Hat Doodle
You got a broom, now you get a hat! The steps here are nice, simple, and short too. I liked this one mainly just for decoration around the bullet journal. Nothing too big.
Cute Halloween Doodle Inspiration
This is what I ended up doing with these doodles. I made my own Halloween spread with the doodles we created. You can use these as inspiration, or copy them completely if you would like! Most of these were pretty simple to create. The mood tracker did take a bit to complete but it ended up looking good in my opinion!
Halloween Cover Page
This cover page ended up looking amazing. I’m absolutely in love with how it turned out. I’ve also seen other ways of it being used, such as the bubbles as a mood tracker. It could also just be used as a doodle in the corner like the other ones were.
Halloween Monthly Page
This page might be my favorite page. It just looks so cool!! I did take a while to draw and color in, but I think it was worth it. I also put a lot of effort into the coloring so that is probably why it took me so long.
Halloween Habit Tracker
This is how I set up all of my habit trackers. It’s super simple and easy to fill in too. You just highlight or color in the square for the day once you’ve completed that habit. Also, you can put as many or as little as you want. Six is just the number that I have been using recently.
Halloween Mood Tracker
This is the mood tracker that I said earlier might take a little while. I think it only took me a while because it’s drawing the same thing over and over again. Sometimes it gets repetitive, but I like the mood tracker and I hadn’t seen one like this done before with the bats. So I think it was worth it.
Halloween Weekly Page
I tried to put as many doodles on this weekly page that I could. Some of my favorites, and the ones that hadn’t been used in one of the other pages. You don’t have to use all of them. You can exclude some or add some, or do it completely differently. This is just inspiration.
Other Ways to Use the Doodles
These are some of the ways that I used these doodles in my spreads. There are also some other ideas on where you could put them. Overall it’s really up to you. There are so many places where you could end up putting the. It’s hard to just make a list.
- Bullet Journal Cover Page
- Mood Tracker
- Habit Tracker
- Monthly/Weekly/Daily Planner Page
- Corners of Pages/Planners
- Doodling/Drawing for Fun on a Blank Page
- Different Specific Trackers (Finance, Sleep, Reading, etc)
- Sticker Paper to Make Stickers Out Of
- Halloween Party Invitations
Our Favorite Halloween Doodle Supplies
We like these bullet journals because they are an inexpensive option for beginners in bullet journalling.
These mildliners have great pigment and have two sides to them. Plus they come in a lot of different colors.
These pens are erasable and great for beginners, or perfectionists that need to erase a lot (speak from experience on that one).
We don’t personally use the markers a lot but they are still a great choice if you want some different kinds of supplies.
There are also highlighters and there is a bigger pack if you want more colors. These are an option if you would prefer the erasable still and don’t want the mildliners.
So hopefully after reading this post you have found some cute Halloween doodles to include in your bullet journal or some easy versions of the doodles you were looking for. Moreover, hopefully, you also found some inspiration on how to use these easy Halloween doodles in a spread for your bullet journal. What was your favorite doodle for Halloween? Let us know down below in the comments.
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