Doodle Your Day review from the Flanders Family

Jennifer says, “For as long as I can remember, I have loved writing and drawing and coloring. Several of my kids share these passions, and I’m always on the lookout for products that encourage even the ones who aren’t naturally bent that way to spend time developing those skills. That’s why I love Doodle Your Day… If you have a budding young artist who — like my kids — leaves a trail of scratch paper drawings behind everywhere he/she goes, do yourself a favor and give them a fun way to keep all their doodles together in one place.” Read […]

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Doodle Your Day review by Investing Love

Alicia says, “I am always keeping an eye out for my kids’ doodles. My kids doodle on the edges of math lessons, assignment notebooks, and even in my planner if I leave it open. These little doodles always make me smile. A box in my closet holds many little notes with sweet words and drawings. I knew I had to get my hands on this doodle journal when Timberdoodle asked if I was interested in reviewing it. A journal specifically designed for doodles?! Yes, please! Doodle your Day is a non-reusable journal for each of your kids to use. No sharing on […]

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Doodle Your Day review by So Every Day

Lacey says, “I have always been a fan of journals and notebooks that encourage you to record some memory or some thought daily.  I like them for me, personally.  And – I like them for the kids as students.  Sometimes I create journal topics myself for the kids to use in their school work and some years I know it will be much more productive to purchase an already planned journal for the kids to use. This Timberdoodle journal – Doodle Your Day – was given to my family in exchange for a review and it is one of the […]

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Doodle Your Day review from Timeless and Treasured

Heather says, “I’ve noticed as my kids get older, they have a little trouble coming up with ideas on their own when it comes to creating, art, or doodling.  Doodle Your Day is a great way to get their brains thinking and drawing things they would never have thought to on their own.  This book combines journaling, art, and even the occasional thing to cut out and paste, or find around the house and include in the book – such as “find an old key and attach it here, then draw what you wish it could open”.  So fun and […]

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