The How to Bullet Journal: How to Draw a Flower, Leaf, Wreath and Succulents will help you master some of these bullet journaling intimidators!
There is this little nugget of savorandsavvy.com that started off with the Dot Grid Bullet Journaling page printable. Simple, sweet and we didn’t give it much too much thought! It would be helpful for folks who wanted to start bullet journaling, but didn’t want to spend too much money on a BuJo journal and fancy pens. It was a surprise that so many people, like us, would want to have something for free to practice Bullet Journaling.
I look at the gorgeous photos of Bullet Journaling on Pinterest and think “I wish I could draw as beautiful as that!” Trust me, I am not very talented when it comes to drawing. I struggle with the connect-the-dots drawings too! 😁 I see a gorgeous wreath and don’t even know where to put my pen on the paper to start. Trust me when I tell you that these step by step instructions will help you begin the BuJo doodle process.
🌼 How to Use
Our next segment of Bullet Journaling is How to Draw a Flower, Tree and Succulents. This is some of the fastest growing trends in Bullet Journaling right now. There are a couple of different ways to use them.
- Look at the pages and practice using the directions. They aren’t that difficult when you break it down into a step-by-step process.
- Print it and trace them several times. Then, practice after the muscle memory is there! It is funny how well that works. Practice makes perfect, right?
- Always print off the free Dot Grid Bullet Journaling Printable Page so you can get accurate lines for practicing and not waste money in using your nice hardbound journal yet!
Each of the How To’s come with step by step instructions so you can easily see what step to start and gracefully complete each for a beautiful finished product! Grab some colored pens and let’s get started!
🌻 Snag Bullet Journal Tracing Pages
Please grab the free templates by the link below. These are only for personal use, but feel free to grab them and use them to practice your own bullet journaling.
- How to Draw a Leaf Tracing Page
- How to Draw a Rose Tracing Page
- How to Draw a Flower Tracing Page
- How to Draw a Wreath Tracing Page
- How to Draw Succulents Tracing Page
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