We’ve reached the end of the year and so the last doodle challenge is here.
To most people, this is the favorite time of the year (I’m also a part of the crowd! 😉 ). Why? Well, isn’t it obvious?!
It’s the holiday season, the time when we get cozy and comfortable at our homes with our closest ones. When we have a bit more time to be with family and friends (and even with ourselves in a way!) and create memorable moments. The time of Christmas decor, blinking lights, joy, and winter magic any way you look.
Therefore, it’s no surprise the theme of this month’s challenge will be Christmas. 🙂
No matter the unfavorable circumstances that surround us at the moment, I truly believe we all can still find a way to enjoy this special holiday season, just take care of yourself and your loved ones. You and the people around you are in essence everything you need for a perfect Christmas. 🙂 ❤️
(sorry for the digression – it’s something I felt the need to say)
Back to the December doodle challenge – as always, you can take a free printable page with filled out drawing prompts so you could instantly start creating your doodles. 🙂
Alternatively, have a look at the list below, write the themes down in your planner or a journal, and let the creative magic start!
Here are drawing prompts.
- Number 12
- Letter D
- Christmas tree
- Christmas ornament
- Christmas cookie
- Christmas stocking
- Gingerbread man
- Tree topper
- Christmas pattern
- Letter to Santa
- Christmas sweater
- Holiday cards
- Christmas wreath
- Hot cocoa
- Christmas bells
- Gingerbread house
- Christmas carols
- Ho, ho, ho
- Candy cane
- Christmas lights
- NY resolution
And that was it! The last set of drawing prompts for this year!
I hope you’ll have fun with this doodle challenge. 🙂
If you’re not shy to share your creations, I’d love to see them on Instagram!
Just add #clpdoodlechallenge or tag me @cutelittlepaper.
And in case you are looking for more drawing ideas, visit this link and have a look at my other themed doodle challenges to get the inspiration. 😉
Enjoy the holiday season and have a wonderful December (and every other month, too 😉 )!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!