Grab this do you doodle book? It’s a Free Printable to create the coolest gift for the budding artist in your life!
This is one of my children’s favorite activities!
a do you doodle notebook
It’s an art notebook that is just filled with fun drawing prompts so they don’t have to keep asking you “What should I draw”
and it all honesty- adults love this too! It’s definitely not just for kids!
Supplies to use with FREE Printables
- My Favorite scissors
- Glue Stick
- Printable (Down below)
- Drawing pad (you can grab one at the dollar store!)
How to use these free printables
Printing them out
If you are looking for a great printer to use – I love my HP! I wrote up a whole post why The reasons I love the printer. This post also shows how you can make sure you are getting the best prints by adjusting your settings!
You will want to adjust the size of the print depending on the size of your drawing pad!
IF YOU DON’T HAVE A PRINTER: You can also upload the files to staples or office max and have them print them! Sometimes the local library has a printer for public use!
Cutting out the printables:
I love Fiskars! Nice sharp scissors or paper cutters will get you the best-looking edges! I just cut out each prompt into strips.
Attaching the printable:
For the cover, I just glued the whole sheet to the front. and for the drawing prompts: I add a strip of glue and put the printable down at the bottom of each page.
For some coloring pages you can start them off by adding a sketch. You don’t have to do this- just depends on your skill level and the age level of the kids!
Download the do you doodle book? Free Printable:
Click on the image below and the printables will automatically open in a new window.
I love making printables! You can find my whole collection of Free Printables here!
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The BEST kid crafts and activities
and when I say kids, I mean kids of all ages!
- black glue art
- salt art
- hot rocks
- Yarn bracelets
- DIY window clings with puff paint
- Play dough activity mats
- Melted crayon art
- magic wallet
- Learn to make black scratch paper
If you are looking for more fun kids’ crafts- my craft camp has two weeks full of fun projects that you will love to do as well!