Greetings from kidcandoodle! Hope you’re having a wonderful time, wherever you’re spending your summer vacation.
A lovely holiday tradition is sending postcards to loved ones from your trip. We’ve got a couple here for you to doodle and post. Print them out on heavier paper or glue a sheet of card stock onto the back of the printout and trim.
Click here or on the image above to download your postcards. Please remember that by downloading, you agree to our terms.
For more doodle fun, check out our Doodle Bugs download here.
Drawing above by Harry, age 5. Just in case you want to post a card to us at kidcandoodle, please mail to Lana at 1A Kent House Road, London SE26 5LN, United Kingdom
Doodle Bugs is a doodle activity originally created for our second mini mag, themed “In Your Garden” (hopefully coming soon with any luck!) With Spring in the air, and the warming weather, it seemed like the perfect time to doodle bugs.
Have you ever noticed that some bugs have silly names like “robber fly” or “royal walnut moth?” In this doodle challenge, you’ll have to draw some funny-sounding insects. Click on the image below or here to download Doodle Bugs. Happy doodling!
Please NOTE: By downloading Doodle Bugs, you agree to these terms.
If you get stuck, there are answers below. SPOILERS BELOW!
Flamingo-tongue snail Christmas tree worm Tomato Horn worm
Wolf spider Ladybird Rabbit Bot Fly