Spooky season is here and I know it’s going to be represented in our journal spreads for the end of this month. Whether you just want a few cute doodles, an art page, a journal prompt or a weekly spread, there’s sure to be some Halloween themed inspiration here for you.
Want to add a few spooky characters or images to your regular journal pages? Check out this huge selection of easy Halloween doodles from Amanda Rach Lee to get you started.
However, if you fancy some more detailed paintings, then these beautifully themed watercolour ‘doodles’ from de Winton Paper Co. would be perfect.
The Petite Planner uses some cute little monsters to enhance her basic weekly spread and this could be tweaked to include kawaii ghosts and other creatures too.
Visiting a pumpkin patch or attending a Halloween event might take up a whole page spread in your journal and include paper goods, stickers or photos. These take longer to write than a normal day, so sit down with a cup of tea and have a relaxing journal along with Rainbowholic TV.
Want to make a Halloween journal page, but not sure what to do? Follow along with some journal prompts and challenges, like this spooky cinema one used by Johanna Clough. This is especially fun if you’re a horror or scary film fan.
My kind of Halloween involves ghost-type Pokémon and I absolutely love this October spread from Julianne Doodles. A Halloween title page with Gengar, Gastly and Haunter would be amazing!
Some of us don’t really want to fully embrace the Halloween theme, but some of the imagery can be fun to include. These watercolour pumpkins from Tiinasdiary are a lovely addition to October, but would also see you through into November too.
If you’d like some Halloween themed title pages, filler pages or weekly design inspiration, then Archer & Olive (the notebook makers) have a collected a few different themes from Instagram creators that are sure to motivate you.
Emma is an English teacher who travels a lot. Adventuring around the world is her passion, with Japan being one of her favourite destinations. She loves baking, photography, sweet treats, and all things Disney. If Emma was a Pokémon, she’d definitely be a Pikachu.