Doodle Challenge for November 2020 -Thanksgiving

November 2020 Doodle challenge header

I apologize for getting this up a little late (right on time, but not early).  I’ve been having some web site issues that show up as I’m blogging –the back side of the blog viewers don’t see.  I think I’ve gotten the bugs worked out, and I hope you are able to access this and able to enjoy it this month!

I try to vary my themes for the majority of the year, but there are some months that I use the same themes on purpose.  As a Christian-themed blog, November being Thanksgiving is a mainstay as I think we all need to be reminded to offer thanks to those we love but mainly to our Great Creator God Almighty.  I do that through the Scripture writing plan, and try to intersperse the doodle challenge with spiritual and family-oriented items.

I hope you enjoy!


Why do we doodle?  Doodling simple things helps you to develop your drawing skills, which helps you increase your Bible art journaling skills.  It also increases your hand/eye coordination which helps in many areas of life!

This challenge is participated in by the members of my Facebook group, Christian Planner, Journal, and Craft Fellowship and any of you who would like to join us! You can join us in the group or join along on Instagram.

Click the thumbnail image below to pull up the full-sized PDF file for printing! –>

Click here to download the PDF version of the November, 2020 doodle challenge

I usually print these out on 28 pound white paper (or 32 pound paper is even better) and just stick them right into my planner or journal. The heavier the paper, the less chance it will tear out of your binder or planner by accident and helps resist bleeding or ghosting from your pens or markers. It helps the page turn easier too.

If you choose to print these out on full-size (letter) sticker paper. I use these here. They’re priced great and you can write on them easily. They are good enough quality for my needs. If you want a top-quality sticker paper look for these or clear ones here. (Though not all pens or markers will write well on the clear ones). If you don’t want to use sticker paper, you can print them on card stock or regular printer paper and glue them down. Honestly, the sticker paper is the best way, however. Regardless of the type.

Going through a lot of ink printing out planner stickers? Do like I did and enlist in the HP Instant Ink program! I’ve saved so much money on ink since I did a year and a half ago. They have different plans, but the one I’m in (the most pages) is that I can print up to 300 pages worth of ink for just over $9.99 per month. You can choose lesser pages for a lower rate, but I do a lot of printing between coupons, planner stickers and other things. Click on the image here to check it out! –>

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