I hope you had fun with February’s drawing ideas and you’re ready to start with the March doodle challenge.
Are you wondering what might be the topic for this month?
I’ll give you a hint by saying that although each season has its ups and downs, I always look forward to spring.
I’m glad to see how nature is waking up and starting to look colorful again. 🙂
And since March is the month when spring officially starts (at least in the northern hemisphere 😉 ), you’ve easily guessed it will be the theme of this doodle challenge. 😉
So, I’m warning you, get ready for flowers, small animals, and spring cleaning/home maintenance.
(I associate all of these things with spring, do you?)
Oh, and don’t forget to download & print out the page with already filled out March drawing prompts if you want to!
Alternatively, here’s a list of daily topics to write them down in your journal or a planner.
(also, if you’d like to have a mix of both journal and a planner in one place, you might want to start a bullet journal – unless you’re already using and loving it. 😉 )
- Letter M
- Cherry blossom
- Green color
- Sun & clouds
- Number 3
- Spring pattern
- Building tool(s)
- 4 leaf clover
- Bird on a branch
- Pot of gold
- Bucket and a mop
- Spring wreath
- Sprouting plant
- Word Spring
That’s it for now!
I’ve got to mention, if you’re also a fan of writing and are looking for some spring-inspired ideas, check out my March journaling prompts. There’s a list of daily writing prompts that you and your journal will love!
(or see all other monthly journaling prompts that are available here 😉 )
And if you’re in the mood for sharing your creations on Instagram, I’d love to see them!
Just add #clpdoodlechallenge or tag me @cutelittlepaper.
April will come before you know it, and I hope you’ll stop by and see the next set of drawing prompts. 🙂