Brush Script Lettering - 40 Practice Worksheets
PRINTABLE PACK of 40 Brush Script Lettering, Modern Calligraphy, Hand Lettering Practice Worksheets
Specially made for beginners, planner, bullet journal & craft enthusiasts.
20 Themed worksheets (see full list below) with traceable words + 19 Alphabet pages (upper and lower case)
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►Find other lettering styles (Brush, Monoline, Serif, Sans Serif, Script...) in my store:
My themed worksheets with words and sayings will gradually teach you how letters flow together, and effortlessly help you master words you’d be happy to use to decorate your planners, notebooks,
postcards, gift cards, scrapbooking pages, craft projects, etc.
►This Workbook can be printed on A4/US Letter size paper or on A5/Half US Letter size (perfect to add them as inserts in your A5 Planners, just hole punch your pages). You may also print them as a booklet if your printing software offers this option.
►Ipad Pro users can also use it with the Procreate App and Apple Pencil (JPEG files are included).
►This Lettering Practice Workbook includes more than 40 pages to help you get started or improve your hand lettering in a fun and easy way.
Even though I’ve included alphabet practice worksheets in this workbook (19 worksheet pages), I made it a point to include a lot of worksheets (20 different worksheets) featuring traceable words & sayings you’re likely to use in your everyday lettering.
Pen recommended: What is special about this specific lettering style is that you can either use brush pens or most types of hard felt tip pens to practice these worksheets. I actually recommend you try practicing with both types of pens as the final look will be a little different, which can be useful for various projects.
While practicing each letter on its own (alphabet worksheets) is a useful step in the process, for some people, it isn’t the most fun thing to do. Practicing letters on their own doesn’t mean you’ll do a great job at forming nicely written words with these letters.
This is why this big pack, including themed worksheets, is a good choice!
► The themed worksheets included are:
- Greeting card sayings (2 pages)
- holiday & events (2 pages)
- days of the week (2 pages)
- months of the year (2 pages)
- Seasons sayings (1 page)
- planner and bullet journal words (1 page)
- motivational sayings (1 page)
- boss lady sayings (1 page)
- planner girl sayings (1 page)
- travel words & sayings (2 pages)
- basic French vocabulary (4 pages)
- numbers (1 page)
►19 Alphabet Worksheet pages - lowercase and uppercase
►Blank practice sheet
►2 Progress practice sheets
►Zip File with worksheets included in JPEG format - if you have an Ipad Pro you can import each worksheet in Procreate App: simply add a layer and trace over
Before you know it, you’ll be able to hand letter all the words and sayings your heart desires without the help of worksheets.
The document also includes a blank worksheet, as well as 2 progress worksheets to compare your hand lettering before and after completing the workbook.
I also share tips and recommendations to use this workbook.
To get A5 inserts (or half US letter), I advise you cut your paper to A5 or Half US Letter size first, and then select the corresponding format in your printer settings, and select scale "fit to page".
You'll be able to instantly download your workbook in:
►PDF - For Printing (46 PAGES)
►Folder with JPEG files - only use if you want to use the worksheets in Procreate App with your Ipad Pro.
Good to know:
❤ Due to the digital nature of this item, no refund is possible. If you're unsure this product is for you, feel free to ask me questions you may have before ordering.
Please, understand that I do NOT ship or print this item.
❤ This printable is for Personal Use Only - you can print as many times as you want for your own use but you may not share or redistribute this file.
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