I think I saw a yellow leaf or two today, hiding among among the green foliage.
I'm pretty sure the first day of autumn is just around the corner.
What better way to welcome the changing of the seasons than some celebratory art?
You probably have a fall bucket list, which may include a bit of crafting, some decorating, fall cleaning and opening a new page in your journal or planner.
It's super easy and fast! Anyone can draw it! Once you start doodling them, you won't want to stop!
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- Paper: Any kind will do. I used regular copier paper here.
- White eraser
- Ink pen
- Coloring tools
- Clipboard (optional) to hold paper in place.
Add a curly bit of vine too, if you like.
When the ink is dry, carefully erase all of your pencil marks to reveal a clean, ready-to-color pumpkin.
Hope you enjoyed! Don't forget to have fun with your punkin's.
You might also like these art tutorials:
- How to Draw a Doodled Christmas Tree
- How to Draw a Potted Cactus Doodle
- How to Draw a Raindrop Bullet Journal Tracker Doodle
P.S. Here is a little cartoony goodness for your day.