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St. Patrick’s Day Doodling Ideas

Get ready to start drawing St. Patrick’s doodles this March with this doodling tutorial. Plus grab the FREE Doodling traceable sheet!

🍀 We’ll draw over 17 charming and cute lucky doodles, perfect for adding a touch of Irish charm to your doodles this March.

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See exactly how to draw these St. Patrick’s doodle ideas for your bullet journal in my tutorial video (or keep scrolling if you prefer a photo tutorial):

Easy St. Patrick’s Doodle Ideas + Free Traceable Sheet

st. patrick's day doodling ideas for beginners

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and I thought it was appropriate to make this month’s doodling tutorial inspired by the lucky Irish!


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I filled the page with St. Patrick’s Day-inspired doodles and mixed some spring flowers and greenery.

Here are the March doodle ideas you can make on your bullet journal:

  1. Banner doodle with March written on it with block lettering.
  2. Four-leaf Clover
  3. Leprechaun
  4. Pot of Gold
  5. Clover rainbow
  6. Lucky Horseshoe
  7. Beer Mug
  8. Irish Hat
  9. Shamrock
  10. Lucky Envelope
  11. Clover Tree
  12. Shamrock at the end of the rainbow
  13. Spring daisy
  14. Irish tea
  15. Irish succulent (it’s really a regular succulent, but let’s pretend it’s Irish).

Sprinkle shamrocks and flower doodles around the page to fill the blank spaces.

Want to pair these easy St. Patrick’s Day doodles with beautiful lettering ideas for March? Check this blog post and video tutorial.

In case you were wondering why bother adding doodling to your journal, here are some of the many benefits of doodling.

Benefits of Doodling

  1. Mindfulness Practice: Doodling can be a form of mindfulness practice, helping to cultivate present-moment awareness and reduce anxiety. Focusing on the repetitive and rhythmic motion of doodling can promote a sense of calm and inner peace.
  2. Improved Fine Motor Skills: Doodling involves intricate hand movements and coordination, which can help improve fine motor skills, especially in children. Practicing doodling regularly can enhance hand-eye coordination and dexterity.
  3. Self-Expression: Doodling provides a non-verbal means of self-expression, allowing individuals to communicate thoughts, emotions, and ideas visually. It can be a therapeutic tool for exploring creativity and processing feelings.
  4. Cognitive Flexibility: Doodling encourages flexible thinking and adaptability by stimulating different areas of the brain. It can help break rigid thought patterns and foster a more open-minded approach to problem-solving and decision-making.
  5. Artistic Development: Regular doodling practice can contribute to artistic development and skill improvement over time. Experimenting with different styles, techniques, and mediums can help individuals discover their artistic preferences and strengths.

Overall, doodling offers a wide range of cognitive, emotional, and social benefits, making it a valuable activity for people of all ages and backgrounds. Whether you use it as a tool for learning, relaxation, or self-expression, doodling can enrich lives and enhance creativity in meaningful ways.

Here are other doodling video tutorials and ideas for you:

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