Doodle Fun

Last month we had a lot of fun doing the 21 Doodle Days through Diane Bleck’s Doodle Institute. The course is no longer free but there’s still a fun way to join in the doodle fun this summer. Diane has a new app called DoodleTV and we are having summer camp together! It is 12 weeks of doodling together. There are 4 lessons and then we get together for a “fireside chat” on Fridays. Diane featured my doodles during the chat and in her email which was a fun surprise. There are also weekly prizes so that’s a bonus. Below are some of what I posted inside the Doodle Girl + Friends FB group. People are so creative though!! If you’re not on FB, but you’re on IG, check out the #doodleinstitute hashtag.

Coming soon: A link to posts for our summer 2020 series blog posts!

But for now, join Diane and lots of doodling friends for summer camp!
(Image: Diane Bleck / DoodleTV)

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When it comes to creative stuff that’s drawing/art related, I (mom Joyce) am not that great. I usually can copy what someone else shows me to do but I can’t really come up with my own concepts and scenes. So it’s natural that doodling is something we would do. I wasn’t sure if the girls wanted to share some of their doodles but if they do, I guess you’ll see them here. šŸ™‚

A work-in-progress šŸµļø

Laughter is good for the soul, right? I cracked myself up as I drew and colored these today. These are some giant vases or tiny flowers. I look forward to practicing and improving for sure. šŸ˜›

 

Good conversations with my girls as we doodled together.

 

Doodled with some music and practiced harmonizing with my girls (they miss attending in-person choir rehearsals)

 

We played some instrumental music as we doodled and that was a nice way to end the week. Finished the flower lessons and excited for the chat tomorrow!

Next time I write a verse or a quote on the page, I think I’ll use a thinner marker or my *Micron pens.

(Image: Diane Bleck / Doodle Institute)

Other Doodle-ish resources:

Doodling supplies we used:

Do you doodle? What are you doing this summer?

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