Handwriting is some of the easiest to master forms of Bullet Journal lettering, and in this blog post, we’ll be talking about that.
It’s amazing how something as seemingly small as your handwriting style can have such a big impact on your mood, personality, and outlook. The way you write reflects who you are, so why not take a little extra time to make sure it looks inspiring and aesthetically pleasing?
With all of the different inspiring ideas from around the world, learning aesthetic handwriting has never been easier. I’ve gathered some of the most stunning examples of beautiful handwriting that will leave you in awe.
Let’s be real, handwriting is not something we think about on a daily basis. But, have you ever seen someone with impeccable penmanship and felt a pang of envy?
It’s okay if your handwriting isn’t as aesthetically pleasing as you’d like it to be. In fact, some of the greatest minds throughout history had terrible handwriting.
But, if you’re feeling inspired to improve your handwriting, why not take some tips from others? There are endless amounts of handwriting styles and inspirations out there that can change the game for you.
Before we dive into that, I just wanted to let you know to scroll until the end for more resources and a freebie!
Aesthetic Handwriting Inspirations
It’s important that you get inspiration from other people’s handwriting. Sometimes you might not know what exactly you want from yours, so it can be very helpful to see how other people’s writing looks.
This can help you find your own style and see what elements you want to include there.
So below, see images that are beautiful handwriting inspo, and I hope they inspire you as much as they inspired me.
I’m honestly speechless at how perfect this looks. So much text, yet it’s all even and cohesive – a real handwriting master.
Take note of how the same handwriting style looks different depending on the thickness of the pen.
This is really something to consider when you choose a pen – how thick you want the lines to be. As you can see, a thicker pen makes the lines merge a bit, and it might be a bad idea for smaller-sized handwriting.
I must say I really like it, and this is probably the size of the letters I’m most comfortable with. Larger letters somehow freak me out, but something like this is cute and clean and easy to read, even if it’s not that large.
Plus, with smaller letter sizes, you can always add more text to your page. But here, you must be careful with what pen you use since a thicker pen might not allow your font to look cute in such a small size.